COVID-19 Conversations: Otolaryngology Alumnus Shares Insights From Hong Kong

Published in HeadWay - Headway Summer 2020 and Headlines Summer 2020
Watch the first installment of “COVID-19 Conversations,” a series in which Johns Hopkins experts connect with colleagues around the world to discuss their experiences with COVID-19. In this episode, David Eisele, director of otolaryngology, and Carole Fakhry, chief of head and neck surgery, speak with Johns Hopkins alumnus Jason Chan, who is now a faculty member at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Watch COVID-19 Conversations: Otolaryngology Alumnus Shares Insights From Hong Hong.


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