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Weighing the Decision to Safely ‘Reopen’ Northern Virginia

May 28 @ 1:00pm - 2:00pm

In the near future state and local agencies, school systems, and universities in Northern Virginia will need to make decisions about how and when to resume “normal operations.” What factors should decision-makers take into consideration when finalizing plans to safely send people back to work, school, and play?  Is this a choice between public safety and economic recovery or is there another framework we should consider? What metrics, data, and other factors should be taken into consideration? And using these metrics, where are we now, in terms of readiness to “reboot the economy”?

Victor Hoskins, MCP
President and CEO of the Fairfax Economic Development Authority

Dan Houser, PhD
Chair of Economics Department
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
George Mason University

Sean O’Connor, JD
Professor of Law and Executive Director of the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property
Antonin Scalia Law School
George Mason University

Emanuel (Chip) Petricoin III, PhD
Co-Director, Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine (CAPMM) and University Professor
College of Science
George Mason University

Amira Roess, PhD
Professor of Global Health and Epidemiology
College of Health and Human Services
George Mason University

Moderator: Germaine Louis, PhD
Dean and Professor
College of Health and Human Services
George Mason University