Ali Nouri, a molecular biologist, is president of the Federation of American Scientists.Nouri has been the head of the FAS since 2018, prior to that he served in Congress advising Senators Jim Webb and Al Franken for over a decade.Dr Nouri has served as an advisor in the office of then UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, and as a research associate at Princeton University where he developed initiatives to improve global health.Nouri is co-chair of the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine's New Voices initiative; serves on the upcoming National Academy's Global Science Diplomacy Roundtable; and chairs the AAAS Science and Engineering Fellowship Advisory Committee.
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Things are going to be different, I suspect, until we have the vaccine.' 'That really tells you that this virus has the potential to really flare up again, even in places that have flattened the curve,' Nouri added. Dr Nouri, who has previously served in Congress advising Senators Jim Webb and Al Franken, said that to effectively tackle COVID-19, America needs to have far more widespread testing, not only to detect who has the virus but also who has since become immune. We need to really have a really good idea of the dynamics of the infection; who's infected, who's not infected.
Dr Ali Nouri, president of the Federation of American Scientists, said finding a vaccine and getting it into circulation may take up to a year said no one was "going back to our daily lives" anytime soon. "Things are going to be different, I suspect, until we have the vaccine." Dr Nouri, who served in Congress advising Senators Jim Webb and Al Franken for 10 years before taking up his current role, said: "That really tells you that this virus has the potential to really flare up again, even in places that have flattened the curve.