SCBIO In Action: Responding to COVID-19
SCBIO continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation as it unfolds globally, and its impact on South Carolina...
We continue to monitor the most up-to-date safety, infection control and health protocols recommended by experts, including the CDC, WHO, SC DHEC and others. We're keeping our life sciences industry connected and informed with webinars each Friday at 10am, and adding important 3rd party programs as we spot them. Check out this week's calendar of great programs below.
The life sciences industry is hard at work in South Carolina... so share how you are dealing with the challenges of this global crisis. Tell us how your organization is "stepping up" to make a special difference in difficult times... and recommend sources to turn to for the latest news and resources. Now more than ever, America needs South Carolina life sciences... and you.
Supply Chain Issues? Product Needs or Offerings?
Having supply chain challenges or product needs? Have questions about regulatory or legal guidance? Can you provide equipment or products to offer our industry?
SCBIO can connect you to critical resources. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 864.397.5101. We're here for you.
After The Wave: Thoughts on Life Beyond COVID-19
He's president of an academic health sciences center, a cancer surgeon, a scientist, a colleague, a husband and a dad, and not a minute goes by that MUSC's David Cole isn't thinking about the impact of COVID-19... and what needs to come next. Read his commentary here...
SCBIO Media Corner
Check out this continuously-refreshed mix of videos on how we'll defeat the COVID-19 threat.
Preventing COVID-19 At Home video
Interactive Coronavirus Map
Johns Hopkins University maintains an interactive map of the global status of the COVID-19 situation.
FDA Policy: Preparing Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizers During COVID-19
The FDA has issued new guidance for entities that currently are not licensed or now registered manufacturers that would like to prepare alcohol-based sanitizers, either for public distribution or for their own internal use during the COVID-19 emergency. Read full details here.