FOX19: UC's DAAP helping address COVID-19

DAAP associate dean shares college's contributions to pandemic solutions

Claudia Rebola is an associate professor and the associate dean for research at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. She is part of a UC team using innovation and design expertise to respond to COVID-19.

Rebola spoke to FOX19 about some of DAAP's efforts in providing pandemic solutions, including personal protective equipment — several different kinds of masks and face shields — respirators, ventilators components, thermometers, nasal swabs and more.

Watch the full segment.

Read more about how UC is using design to address COVID-19.

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