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For Immediate Release

May 19, 2021

Cranford, NJ – On Wednesday, May 19, 2021, Steve Brozak, DMH, the Managing Partner and President of WBB Securities gave a comprehensive presentation about SARS-CoV-2 at Columbia University.  The presentation was hosted by Aviva Zablocki of Alumni Relations and Dean Lisa Rosen-Metsch.  A question-and-answer session followed Dr. Brozak’s talk.

Highlights of Dr. Brozak’s presentation included the need to create awareness of the nature of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the need for more and better data about number of patients, number of deaths and variant type for each death.  He explained the benefits and shortcomings of vaccines and the need to develop effective therapeutic drugs to treat SARS-CoV-2.  The presentation concluded with a call for scientific leadership continuity in the U.S. and elsewhere to facilitate appropriate, fast response to this continually evolving outbreak.

About WBB Securities.

WBB Securities is a leading Investment Management, Investment Banking, and Equity Research firm focused primarily in the life sciences niche. Established in 2001 with offices in New Jersey, New York, and California. WBB Securities is registered with the SEC as a broker-dealer and is a member of the Financial Regulatory Authority, as well as a state registered investment advisor with a proprietary trading desk. The firm is comprised of a nationwide team of respected senior investment and research professionals serving institutional and high net-worth clients.


About Columbia University School of General Studies.

Columbia University School of General Studies (GS) is the undergraduate college specifically designed for students pursuing a nontraditional path to a rigorous, traditional, Ivy League education, including students who have had a break of a year or more in their educations and those enrolled in one of our innovative dual degree programs. Most GS students have, for personal or professional reasons, interrupted their education, never attended college, or are only able to attend part time.