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Whittenberger Lecture 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Shawn M DeAntonio
53:12
When you ready to start.
Francine Laden
01:08:17
Hi all. I will be moderating the Q&A at the end. Either raise your hand and I will call on you or put questions into the Q&A if you would prefer that I read them
Francine Laden
01:10:27
so FYI — in the webinar, the attendees can only see Bruce…they cannot see Doug even though his video is still on
Shawn M DeAntonio
01:16:16
Francine, yes the attendee view is set to active speaker. Cori as the host can change it to gallery view and we would see both of them, but if I recall it was decided active speaker was preferred.
Francine Laden
01:16:47
That is exactly what we want — I was just letting people know it was working correctly!
Marc Weisskopf
01:35:05
I have a comment about the decelerating dose-response relation if there is time.
Francine Laden
01:36:56
can you put it in the Q&A?
Francine Laden
01:37:28
or you can raise your hand and I’ll call on you :-)
Francine Laden
01:38:29
or put it in the Q&A…
Clyde Lanford Smith
01:45:34
Thank you so much! We are looking into how the lack of substantive collection of data (race, gender, gender preference, ethnicity, culture, etc.) in persons with COVID-19 is counter-disruptive regarding maintaining structural racism. Your thoughts? Lanny lannysmith@hsph.harvard.edu
Marc Weisskopf
01:48:39
There is also what appears to be a mysterious decline in dementia recently
Clyde Lanford Smith
01:50:44
Thank you so much! We are looking into how the lack of substantive collection of data (race, gender, gender preference, ethnicity, culture, etc.) in persons with COVID-19 is counter-disruptive regarding maintaining structural racism. Your thoughts? Lanny lannysmith@hsph.harvard.edu
Francine Laden
01:54:11
Lanny - I will make sure to call on you after Marc Weisskopf when the talk is over
Senthil Muthiab
02:04:01
This is just fantastic! Thank you Dr. Lanphear!
Francine Laden
02:06:14
the dogs are a great touch!
Francine Laden
02:09:35
I think they can…as long as they aren’t the host
Francine Laden
02:10:42
Jason — do you want to post your comment to the attendees as well as panelists? I will call on you to ask your question
Shruthi MAHALINGAIAH
02:12:03
HI Bruce, thank you for your talk, both leukemia and autism have been evaluated in children born to fertility treatment options. In the case with leukemia there seems to be a concerning risk for those children born from a frozen embryo thaw cycle potentially due to cryoprotectants (mainly dimethylsulfoxide). I’ll follow up via email. Thanks for your talk. shruthi@hsph.harvard.edu
Cori O'Brien Chisholm
02:18:47
Everyone has been moved to panelist.
Francine Laden
02:19:57
please raise your hand (in participants) if you would like me to call on you
Ronnie Levin
02:37:40
I agree
Ersin Topcuoglu
02:41:26
Thank you so much for this great lecture!
Marc Weisskopf
02:43:33
I have to run. Thanks for a great talk Bruce!
Gary Adamkiewicz
02:44:19
Great talk Bruce! Thanks!!
WENDY PURCELL
02:44:42
Great talk, thank you Bruce.
Ronnie Levin
02:47:20
I have to go, too. Nice to see everyone. Bruce, that was wonderful. Thanks.
Clyde Lanford Smith
02:47:50
thank you so much!