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Innovating Our Way Out of a Crisis

PNWER Innovation Co-Chairs, AK Sen. Mia Costello and Nirav Desai, CEO of Moonbeam Exchange submitted an op-ed published by the Anchorage Daily News and Medium on May 21 laying out a framework for how to address and adapt to the challenges of the "new normal."
Guest Opinion: Food Supply Chain Links All of Us

The PNWER Agriculture and Cross-Border Livestock Health Working Groups submitted an op-ed in the Spokesman Review on May 15 acknowledging food producers and critical supply chains for their vital work during the COVID-19 crisis.
Sponsor Highlight: Population Health and the University of Washington's Contributions to the Fight against COVID-19
This article is a submission by PNWER sponsor, University of Washington, and does not necessarily reflect the views of PNWER.
When the University of Washington launched the  Population Health Initiative  nearly four years ago, it was necessary to explain the importance of studying the intersecting and overlapping factors that influence health and well-being both here and around the world. The Initiative’s cross-disciplinary approach to problem-solving was unusual in a university setting, encouraging researchers to collaborate on projects across traditional departmental boundaries. Today, the relevance of this work could not be more obvious.

The COVID-19 pandemic has shined a spotlight on how profoundly important scientific expertise and data are for helping policymakers, business leaders and citizens understand both the scale of the pandemic and the response necessary to address it. From developing treatments and caring for patients to researching the virus and combating misinformation, UW faculty, staff and students are playing an integral role in the global response to COVID-19.

Outstanding work is happening across our university to attack the problem from every angle. Our medical system staff are on the front lines providing... Read More
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