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CLAIRE COVID-19 Initiative Video Series: Meet the Team Leaders – Ann Nowé

Ann Nowe

In the third interview in this series of Meet the Team Leaders from the CLAIRE COVID-19 Initiative, we hear from Ann Nowé, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium.

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Ann Nowé is the leader of the Epidemiological data analysis topic group in the CLAIRE Covid-19 Initiative. In this interview you can find out why she decided to join the initiative, what her team do, and how they work with policy makers.

To find out more about this series read our recent post, and watch the first video with Emanuela Girardi, here. You can find the second interview, with Davide Bacciu, here.

You will be able to watch the whole series on the CLAIRE YouTube channel. New videos will be posted over the coming days.

Find out more about the CLAIRE COVID-19 task force here.
You can contact the taskforce by email here.



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