Community Engagement Specialist
Department of Integrative, Structural and Computational Biology
The Scripps Research Institute
em dot e dot haag at gmail dot com
I grew up in the northwoods of Minnesota, but moved to Australia for college where I studied science communication, science education, and physics. I’ve spent the last few years in Los Angeles, working in healthcare communication industry. In my free time, I enjoy running marathons & ultras, swimming, diving, skiing, and coaching for Students Run LA.
The Australian National University and The University of Canberra
The Snapshot of B.1.1.7 from Outbreak.info
by Emily Haag | Apr 8, 2021 | Outbreak.infoCOVID-19 dominated the news cycle of 2020. SARS-CoV-2 variants took over news feeds in 2021. For the past year, researchers around the globe have been coming together to openly share data and resources, fighting the pandemic from a unified front....
COVID-19 Mutations: Why are they happening and what does it mean for the pandemic?
by Emily Haag | Feb 17, 2021 | Outbreak.infoWith coronavirus mutations overtaking the news cycle, fear and uncertainty are spreading as efficiently as the virus itself. Viruses are expected to evolve and mutate. Not all mutations are meaningful. Scientists have already recorded hundreds of...
Tracking the New Strains of COVID-19
by Emily Haag | Feb 10, 2021 | Outbreak.infoThe Center for Viral Systems Biology at Scripps Research is tracking the prevalence of new strains of SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind the COVID-19 pandemic, in an interactive dashboard for viewing daily reports.As concerns surrounding several COVID-19...
COVID-19 Variants: Staying Updated as New Research Emerges
by Emily Haag | Jan 15, 2021 | Outbreak.infoHundreds of thousands of open source COVID-19 publications, preprints, clinical trials, protocols, and other resources have been published in the past year. With a high volume of new journal articles and preprints emerging every day, trying to keep...