Filipino scientists have been supporting the country’s battle against COVID-19 through their technological innovations. A UP webinar shines the spotlight on some of these scientists. Watch tomorrow, 30 July, at 12:00 noon.
With Delta variant cases rising around the world, how is our country’s healthcare system preparing for this “more aggressive and fatal” COVID variant? Find out more in the upcoming “Stop COVID Deaths” webinar on Friday, 23 July, at 12:00 noon.
What exactly is the Delta variant, and what should every frontliner know about this highly contagious version of SARS-CoV-2? These questions and more will be answered in an upcoming UP webinar on Friday, 16 July, 12:00 noon.
How exactly is COVID-19 transmitted? For the answer, watch the 60th episode in the University of the Philippines (UP) “Stop COVID Deaths” webinar series, which will be held on Friday, 9 July 2021, at 12:00 noon.
UP continues to play an important role in the fight against COVID-19 by conducting and providing a venue for the clinical trial of a rich Philippine resource as adjunctive therapy for hospitalized COVID-19 patients.
Can children get COVID? An upcoming UP webinar will take a closer look at data on COVID-19 and children—its risks, symptoms and management. The webinar is slated for Friday, 2 July 2021, at 12:00 noon.
What happens in a hospital when three people need a ventilator and only one is available? This week’s UP “Stop COVID Deaths” webinar will take on the issue of crisis-level hospital care using the ventilator as a proxy for any life-saving intervention. Watch it this Friday, 25 June 2021, at 12:00 noon.
With his formal and public acceptance of the UP Diliman chancellorship, Fidel Nemenzo reports on his first year of office and his plans for the rest of his term.
UP celebrates its 113th founding anniversary today and its second during the pandemic. Take a look back at the year that was, and watch the tribute video to UP here.
The Philippine Genome Center Mindanao has detected the presence of African Swine Fever virus in the region, making it possible to control the disease and secure supply of pork in stricken areas.