A hands-on workshop on using nanopore sequencing and molecular epidemiology for virus outbreak response.
11th-15th December 2018
West Africa Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana.
Prof. Mark Woolhouse presenting at Usher Institute Global Health Symposium 2018
We are delighted to inform you that we successfully submitted our first annual report to the funders, NIHR on July 17 and now look forward to the funders’ feedback on the report. We would like to thank everyone for their contributions in fulfilling this very essential requirement by the NIHR.
All the acronyms!!! TIBA stands for Tackling Infections to Benefit Africa. It is also the Swahili word for “to cure infection”. And AGM, well that’s a more common one, no need for explanations there. So, it was time for TIBA’s first annual general meeting. The venue was Durban, South Africa, one of the nine TIBA partner countries. The University of Kwazulu-Natal had been preparing for the meeting for some time. This was quite an undertaking with contributors coming from far afield.
Watch a highlights of the TIBA AGM 2018
TIBA would be hosting its first Annual General Meeting in Durban, South Africa on May 29-31. This meeting will bring together all investigators from the ten partner countries as well as stakeholders and associates. This will be a crucial meeting for deciding on how to progress the rest of the TIBA project. Professor Moses Chimbari (TIBA Co-Deputy Ddirector) and the TIBA South African team will be hosting this event.