Howard Goldstein, PhD, CBCS associate dean for research, joined two other USF research leaders for a webinar hosted by the Highly Integrative Basic and Responsive (HIBAR) Research Alliance. The group discussed the approach that USF took to develop a rapid response research network to address the wide-ranging aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic. They highlighted the HIBAR features of this network, shared lessons learned, and described how USF continues to apply the concept of the Pandemic Response Research Network to tackle other global challenges. Read more from the HIBAR Research alliance here.
USF research leaders discuss the university's COVID response in webinar
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