Ethics Grand Rounds: Ethical Implications of Disparities Observed in COVID-19 for Scarce Resource Allocation
Speakers: JP Leider, PhD, is a senior lecturer in the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota and Affiliate Faculty at the Center for Bioethics. He is a member of the Minnesota COVID Ethics Collaborative and SME on the Minnesota Vaccine Allocation Advisory Group. He is the UMN lead on the Minnesota Resource Allocation Platform (MNRAP), a joint project between UMN and MDH that equitably connects Minnesotans with monoclonal antibody infusions.
Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, PhD, Assistant Professor, Sociology; Faculty member, Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota | Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, Ph.D., specializes in racial inequality in mortality and historical infectious disease and co-leads (with J.P. Leider) an ongoing project on COVID-19 mortality in Minnesota. She is also a quantitative methodologist, developing models designed to clarify relationships between micro and macro perspectives on demographic relationships.