Dr. Sette is an immunologist at the La Jolla Institute for Immunology and the newest member of ISSNAF Scientific Council.
Dr. Sette tells us about Dr. Fauci showcasing his findings on COVID-19 in Congress and at the White House, about his research on COVID-19 and more, about the most exciting future directions in immunology, about #issnaf, and, of course, Italy. Finally, young scholars will find some useful advice.
Sette research lab and on Twitter
Remarks from NIAID Director Antony Fauci, M.D., who called SARS-CoV-2 research from the Sette Lab, "work we really need to pursue." You can view the full clip here (relevant remarks begin at 1:34:45).
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