|Date:||Wednesday, Sep 29, 2021|
|Suggested Audience:||Ages 8 and up|
COVID-19: Your Questions Answered
Virtual Q & A with Hoosier Health Experts
Throughout the pandemic, The Children’s Museum has made decisions with the safety of you and your children at the forefront. We know many grown-ups continue to feel the strain of making big decisions for your family—from vaccines and masks, to the Delta variant and in-person education. Join us on Facebook Live to hear from a panel of top Hoosier health experts who will answer some of your biggest questions.
Questions can be asked through the comment feature on Facebook after the event begins, or be submitted here in advance. You can watch the event here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?ref=notif&v=912774966285565¬if_id=1632927723372764¬if_t=live_videohttps://www.facebook.com/childrensmuseum/videos/1750350041824238
Dr. Elaine Cox
Chief Medical Officer at Riley Children’s Health
Associate Professor of Medicine, IU School of Medicine, Infectious Disease Division
Dr. Cox is a 1990 graduate of the Indiana University School of Medicine and recipient of the John Heubi Award for General Pediatrics. She completed an Indiana University School of Medicine pediatric residency in 1993 and is board-certified in Pediatrics with clinical practice in Infectious Disease.
Dr. Virginia Caine
Director of the Marion County Public Health Department
Dr. Caine is a specialist in Infectious Diseases, with a national reputation for her work in AIDS. Dr. Caine earned her medical degree at New York Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse. She completed her internal medicine residency at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She received her Infectious Diseases fellowship training at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Nir Menachemi, PhD, MPH
Chair of Health Policy and Management Department of the Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health; Scientist at the Regenstrief Institute
Since the start of the pandemic, he has served as principal investigator on the first and largest statewide random sample testing study that has generated breakthrough new knowledge about COVID-19 including an understanding of the asymptomatic rate of SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Kathy Mathena, MSN, RN
Chief Information Officer at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
Kathy is a registered nurse and graduate of Indiana School of Nursing with a master of science in Nursing Administration with an Informatics focus. Prior to coming to the museum to serve as the Chief Information Officer, she spent 30 years in executive medical roles.