Our blog includes news from LINQ, information about recent events in the projects we work with, and insights into the markets and funding programmes relevant to our projects.
From 02 - 04 October the TB-CAPT consortium convened for a face-to-face progress meeting in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, hosted by our local project partners from Ifakara Health Institute.
The GenPath Africa consortium aims to use genomic epidemiology to better diagnose, monitor and manage current and future epidemics in Africa.
Our new project Vax2Muc sets out to develop improved, innovative, next generation subunit vaccines against diseases caused by AMR mucosal pathogens that colonise the GI tract.
We are delighted to add the GH EDCTP3 JU-funded MARC SE-Africa project to our portfolio, coordinated by Professor Karen I. Barnes of the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
On October 5-6, the StatinTB consortium, led by Prof Reto Guler of the University of Cape Town, convened for the StatinTB year four progress meeting in Cape Town, South Africa
On June 9, the EDCTP-part of the PredictTB consortium held its final meeting online. The 5.5-year project is scheduled to draw to a close at the end of July this year.
On June 2, the ESPACE consortium held its final meeting as a hybrid event in Berlin and online. This 2.5-years project will draw to a close at the end of this month.
On May 24-25, the EUCANCan consortium met for a hybrid meeting in Toronto and online to take stock of the project’s progress to date and discuss the last project year.
To ensure that the IMPRINT network lives on and continues to have an impact also after the funding period, LINQ has worked closely with the LSHTM team to renew and expand the IMPRINT intranet.
Two of LINQ’s projects, TriageTB and ENDxTB, form one large study (TrENDxTB) aiming to advance research into cost-effective, novel, and improved diagnostic strategies for TB.