UK International Coronavirus Network Launch Meeting

8:30am - 4:30pm / Friday 5th November 2021
Type: Webinar / Category: Department
  • Admission: Free
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We’re happy to invite you to join us at the UK International Coronavirus Network launch meeting on Friday 5th November 2021 which will take place virtually on zoom. This meeting will feature short talks from our co-directors and members of the network management board followed by a short discussion.

The UK-International Coronavirus Network (UK-ICN) has been funded for a four year period (2021 to 2025) by the BBSRC and DEFRA to promote a One Health approach to coronavirus research and policy. The network covers five major themes; One Health and Zoonoses; Surveillance, Detection and Characterisation; Countermeasures and Interventions; Behaviour and Social Policy; SARS-CoV-3 and the future. The network is funded to promote meetings, activities, workshops and the movement of Early Career Researchers and other opportunities. These will be through specific calls and open applications. Please join us for the inaugural meeting to find out more.

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