Science on Tap: At Home Edition

Join Sunset Zoo, Kansas State University and the Tallgrass Tap House for a fun and engaging interaction with practicing scientists.  The At Home Edition is delivered through Zoom, so you can participate from the comfort of your own home.  To get the full experience, visit the Tallgrass Tap House online to order a crowler and some food for carryout before you connect.  

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Registration for Science on Tap: At Home Edition is required to receive the Zoom link to the event.  Don't forget to register for each event, as the Zoom link is different for each one.  More information about each session is posted below, along with registration links.

Wednesday, December 16
Time: 6:00 p.m.

Featured Topic: The COVID-19 Pandemic
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This Science on Tap: At Home Edition will feature a panel of experts sharing their perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic.  We have 4 scientists that will share their insights on the virus, the impact, and the response.  The session will be presented in webinar format with opportunities for participants to ask questions of the panelists.  While most Science on Tap: At Home Edition events last one hour, we anticipate numerous questions, and will stay live as long as possible to get as many questions answered as possible.  Below is the list of panelists and the focus of their opening comments:

Zhilong Yang, Ph.D. - Associate Professor of Virology, Division of Biology at Kansas State University:
Some fun and not fun aspects about the coronavirus (and viruses in general)

Michelle Zajac - Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology at K-State College of Veterinary Medicine
Managing the risk in testing for COVID-19

Julie Gibbs, MPH - Riley County Local Health Officer and Riley County Health Department Director
Responding to COVID-19: The good, the bad, the ugly

Kyle Goerl, MD CAQSM - Medical Director - Sports Medicine & Family Medicine Physician, Lafene Health Center at Kansas State University
COVID-19 experience on the college campus and in collegiate athletics