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  1. Medical students at Harvard University have founded a team to develop resources and teaching material around COVID-19, including a full curriculum including epidemiological principles, communicating information about COVID-19, and global collaboration https://curriculum.covidstudentresponse.org/
  2. It's no news that the COVID-19 virus has many institutions concerned about public health and safety. Many schools and universities around the world are thinking about switching to remote classes or even shutting down schools to minimize the risk of transmission. Unfortunately, many biological researchers do not have the option of teleworking because they have animal colonies and cell lines to care for, not to mention time-sensitive experiments. How are you preparing for these situations in case of mandatory closures?
  3. In an effort to provide opportunities to the scientific community during these challenging times, the Office of Intramural Training and Education at the NIH will be offering a series of webinars in the coming weeks. Use this link to register for the first online session:https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/640637452789607693 Join us to discuss strategies for building resilience in this time of stress and uncertainty. Topics covered include shifting and rebuilding routines, dealing with loneliness and distance from our support networks, balancing demands of family and work, news coverage overload, and handling uncertainty and worry about our science, educational and career goals.
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    In an effort to provide opportunities to the scientific community during these challenging times, the Office of Intramural Training and Education at the NIH will be offering a series of webinars in the coming weeks. Use this link to register for the first online session:https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/640637452789607693 Join us to discuss strategies for building resilience in this time of stress and uncertainty. Topics covered include shifting and rebuilding routines, dealing with loneliness and distance from our support networks, balancing demands of family and work, news coverage overload, and handling uncertainty and worry about our science, educational and career goals.
  5. Let us know what you're up to if you're on extended telework and away from the lab!
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