Pedro Jordano advisor on scientific matters related to COVID-19 and its future consequences of the Spanish Ministry of Science

Pedro Jordano (EBD-CSIC) is a member of the Multidisciplinary Working Group that advises and supports the Ministry of Science and Innovation in matters related to COVID-19 and its future consequences. This group is chaired by José M. Ordovás from Tufts University (Boston) and is formed by 16 internationally renowned Spanish researchers from various disciplines. It will coordinate the preparation of reports and propose the necessary modifications to improve the response to similar health crises. One of its first tasks is the in-depth study of the German Academy of Sciences' statements about this is issue and its applicability to the current situation in Spain. These researchers will also make proposals for experimentation necessities to obtain useful data for decision-making.

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