What if you could predict the spread of the disease or disaster by creating data maps that would allow you to efficiently and effectively direct the allocation of resources to areas most in need?
Join Dr. Este Geraghty, Chief Medical Officer at Environmental Systems Research Institute as she explains how geographic information systems (GIS) are utilized by the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control, and Johns Hopkins University to help governments deal with the management of the COVID pandemic. Register now to discover how these maps and dashboards have updated the status of the virus and directed the movement of vaccines to populations around the world.
This ACS Webinar is moderated by Bill Tuszynski of The Unami Group LLC and co-produced with the Science History Institute and Chemical & Engineering News
What You Will Learn
- What are geographic information systems (GIS) and see real-life maps and dashboards in action
- How worldwide health organizations have used GIS to help international, national, state, and local governments deal with the management of the COVID pandemic
- How the maps and dashboards have helped update the status of the Coronavirus and directed the movement of vaccines to populations around the world