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Blog / COG Train

18 May 2022

Answering public health questions with testing and sequencing strategies. Learn more with our second COG-Train course ‘From Swab to Server’

How do sequencing experts decide upon their testing and analysis strategy? Our second COG-Train online course “From Swab to Server: Testing, Sequencing, and Sharing During a Pandemic” will take you on the journey of a sample obtained from a COVID-19 patient and support you in comparing the different sample types and how sampling strategy affects test performance.

Events / Women in COG

13 May 2022

Women in COG: in conversation with Prof Emma Thomson

On Wednesday 29th June, at 12:15 – 13:00 BST, we will be hosting our next ‘Women in COG’ event featuring Emma Thomson, OBE, Professor in Infectious Diseases at the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research and a COG-UK Principal Investigator for the University of Glasgow.

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Blog / COG Train / Events / Videos / Women in COG

21 Apr 2022

“The coverage of our work re-ignited people’s interest in science” – in conversation with Dr Senjuti Saha

For our April Women in COG event, the team hosted a discussion with Dr Senjuti Saha, a molecular microbiologist who is currently Director at the Child Health Research Foundation (CHRF) in Bangladesh – and also the country’s foremost researcher in the genomic surveillance of SARS-CoV-2.