Kylie Ainslie ’11 addresses coronavirus on television special
Kylie Ainslie ’11, research associate in influenza dynamics at Imperial College London, was among a group interviewed for “The Agenda: COVID-19 special” on CGTN (China Global Television Network). The international media organization brings a Chinese perspective to global news.
The panel discusses vaccines, international co-operation and misinformation, and where the epidemic is headed.
A second television interview aired live on CTGN March 3.
Ainslie graduated from Ripon with majors in biology and mathematics and a minor in chemistry. She received a Ph.D. in biostatistics from Emory University in 2018.
Her father, William Ainslie ’79, is also a Ripon graduate, who majored in biology.
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