Lauren Ancel Meyers

Epidemiologist/Biology professor, University of Texas at Austin

Epidemiologist and biology professor at the University of Texas at Austin and director of the UT COVID-19 Modeling Consortium

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Josh Barro speaks to new panelists Christine Emba and Tim Carney about the night of two town halls, Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing and an epidemiologist’s take on schools.

This town hall ain’t big enough for the two of us

Josh Barro speaks to new panelists Christine Emba and Tim Carney about the night of two town halls, Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing and an epidemiologist’s take on schools.

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