31 min

Living with #longcovid: A Conversation with Dr. Bill Poirier Humanities Now

    • Education

On this episode, Michael Borshuk speaks with Dr. Bill Poirier, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Joint Professor of Physics, and Chancellor’s Council Distinguished Research Awardee at Texas Tech.  In a very personal conversation, Bill shares his experience with Long COVID Syndrome, including his own research and approach to recovery, and how his symptoms have affected his academic career.  As the conversation reveals, Bill is a very local representative of the global patient-driven community that helped all of us understand the complexities of the coronavirus these past few years. 

Some of the material discussed in this episode:


Felicity Callard and Elisa Perego, "How and why patients made Long Covid" Amali U. Lokugamage and Clare Rayner, "The Rehabilitation of Long Covid Requires Understanding of Not Just the Biomedical Dimensions But All Aspects of Being Human"The Mayo Clinic on Post-COVID Syndrome (An interactive course) 
 

On this episode, Michael Borshuk speaks with Dr. Bill Poirier, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Joint Professor of Physics, and Chancellor’s Council Distinguished Research Awardee at Texas Tech.  In a very personal conversation, Bill shares his experience with Long COVID Syndrome, including his own research and approach to recovery, and how his symptoms have affected his academic career.  As the conversation reveals, Bill is a very local representative of the global patient-driven community that helped all of us understand the complexities of the coronavirus these past few years. 

Some of the material discussed in this episode:


Felicity Callard and Elisa Perego, "How and why patients made Long Covid" Amali U. Lokugamage and Clare Rayner, "The Rehabilitation of Long Covid Requires Understanding of Not Just the Biomedical Dimensions But All Aspects of Being Human"The Mayo Clinic on Post-COVID Syndrome (An interactive course) 
 

31 min

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