Dr. Diane Gross poses outside a clinic wearing her World Health Organization vest

Managing an epidemic on-the-ground

As regional epidemiologist for the Monongalia County Health Department, Diane Gross has played a critical role in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Gross discusses her experiences and shares invaluable insights in this episode of the 'WVU and the Coronavirus' podcast.

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