Scientific breakthroughs show that levels of coronavirus genetic material in wastewater systems can provide an unbiased measure of coronavirus transmission for a community to guide public policy and response to the pandemic.
This free, 1-hour webinar introduces the New York State wastewater-based epidemiology network. The network provides real-time monitoring of wastewater for coronavirus RNA. In collaboration with the New York State Department of Health and New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Dr. David Larsen’s team is working to scale a wastewater surveillance network across New York State to aid the response to public health threats.
By January 2022, this new network aims to include at least one wastewater treatment plant in each New York State county to monitor for COVID-19. Join us to learn more about the current progress for monitoring wastewater for public health benefit and ask questions about the network during a facilitated discussion.
- David A. Larsen, Ph.D. MPH, Associate Professor and MPH Director, Falk College Department of Public Health, Syracuse University
- Mary B. Collins, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Studies, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
This webinar is organized by Syracuse University Falk College Department of Public Health and the SU Environmental Finance Center, and is co-sponsored by the New York Water Environment Association (NYWEA) and NYS Water Resources Institute.
This event was first published on December 20th, 2021 and last updated on December 20th, 2021.
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- Open to
- Falk College
- Department of Public Health,
- SU Environmental Finance Center,
- New York Water Environment Association (NYWEA),
- NYS Water Resources Institute
- Meredith Beckner Perreault
- Contact Meredith Beckner Perreault to request accommodations