Virtual Town Hall for Researchers on WashU Guidance for COVID-19
Several offices will be presenting information and available to answer questions on topics such as lab impact, continuity planning, human subjects research, animal care and use, cost allowability, and others. As each topic is discussed by the applicable WashU offices, questions submitted in advance will be addressed first. If time remains at the end, additional questions may be submitted via Zoom.
Join via Zoom webinar: zoom.us/s/962372398
- See how to create a free Zoom account below.
- There will be a maximum of 1,000 participants.
- Audio will be played through your computer or mobile device. If you are unable to access audio via your computer, you can also access the audio by calling:
- (312) 626-6799 or (646) 558-8656 and enter webinar ID: 962 372 398.
- A recording will be made available on the OVCR's Town Hall page.
Submit Questions for the Panel
- Submit your questions in advance by completing this survey. The panel will address these questions first during the Town Hall.
- If time allows, there will be an opportunity to ask questions during the session.
Create a Zoom Account
Create a free Zoom account using your WUSTL key before attending the webinar by following these instructions from WashU IT.
- Please do this at least one hour prior to the start of the event. If you encounter any issues requiring IT support, you may experience a long wait time to speak to an IT staff member as they are currently managing a very large call volume.
Join the Town Hall Over Zoom
- Before the session begins, login to the meeting at this link: zoom.us/s/962372398
- Join the audio through your computer or mobile device. If you cannot access audio through your computer or mobile device, call (312) 626-6799 or (646) 558-8656 and enter the meeting ID 962 372 398.
- Wait for the session to begin at 12 p.m.
For assistance in troubleshooting issues with Zoom:
For additional assistance with Zoom, please contact WashU IT.
To stay connected to the most current guidance, FAQs, and best practices for researchers during COVID-19, please visit the OVCR's COVID-19 page.