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Life after the jab
Professor Glenda Gray
24 August 2021

Navigating a future with COVID-19 and what life beyond vaccination will be like

Targeted attendees

All levels


What the world will look like after the vaccine

• The path to herd immunity
• The impact of herd immunity and what the world after the vaccine will look like
• Challenges faced by those who choose not to get vaccinated
• Our ability to deal with future pandemics
…And how does this impact the insurance industry

Professor Glenda Gray

Professor Gray is the first female President and CEO of the South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC). She is the Chair of the Research Committee on COVID-19, bringing together scientific evidence and experience to the Minister of Health and the National Coronavirus Command Council. Gray spearheads the SAMRC funding broadly and for COVID-19.

Professor Gray studied medicine and paediatrics at Wits University where she remains a Full Professor: Research in the School of Clinical Medicine. A National Research Foundation A1-rated scientist, Gray is world-renowned for her research in HIV vaccines and interventions to prevent mother to child transmission of HIV. She is co-Principal Investigator of the National Institutes of Health-funded HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN) and directs the programme in Africa.

Forbes named Gray one of Africa’s 50 Most Powerful Women and TIME as one of the world’s 100 Most Influential people. In 2013, she was awarded South Africa’s highest honour, the Order of Mapungubwe. Her qualifications include MBBCh (Wits), FCPaeds (SA), DSc (honoris causa Simon Fraser University), DSc (honoris causa Stellenbosch University), and LLD (honoris causa Rhodes University)

24 August 2021 CET (Central European Time)