Featuring Francesco Cambuli, PhD, a postdoctoral research scientist at Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
September 12th, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm at the Education Lab, Jerome L. Greene Science Center
In the last 70 years or so, vaccines have saved millions of lives. They are among the most effective, safest, and cheap medicines ever discovered by humankind. Still, questions about vaccines resonate across our communities and in the media. Do vaccines cause autism? Are they harmful? What about their ingredients? Is vaccination a personal choice? In this talk, Francesco will present the basic facts about vaccines, discussing these and many other questions. Communities need vaccines, and vaccines need communities.
About Francesco Cambuli
Francesco Cambuli is a postdoctoral research scientist at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, and a Know Science speaker. His research focuses on stem cells, organoids, and cancer. Outside of the lab, he has been active in outreach activities across school and community centers. Francesco studied Cell Biology at the University of Bologna (Italy) and received his PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Cambridge (UK).
Know Science is excited to partner with Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute. As scientists who are a part of Know Science, we are excited to disseminate our knowledge and expertise through engagement with the public — the Zuckerman Institute’s mission and commitment to public advocacy provides us with the perfect platform for our speakers. Come discover cutting edge research in neuroscience!