Here we provide you with news articles, blogs and tweets on the key aspects of our genomics, epigenomics, bioinformatics and training work.
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SATuRN Newsletter Vol. 1 Number 1, Jan-Mar 2012 BioAfrica - 2012-04-15
The newsletter idea is that anyone with 15 minutes to spare can learn about our work and its application in everyday life.
The newsletter is presented in a PDF document, which is linked to complete articles at the bioafrica.net website. The newsletter is more useful if seen in the computer screen than printed as web links give access to open access documents. In this first issue of our newsletter we have included interesting news, blogs, reports, tweets, publications and training information produced by our network. We hope you enjoy it and find it informative
Transmitted Drug Resistance Rate Remains Below 5% in South Africa
Shortage of doctors in rural South Africa?
1st Nurses & Health Care Workers HIV & TB Drug Resistance Workshop, 22 May, Africa Centre, South Africa
Evaluation of tuberculosis diagnostics: establishing an evidence base around the public health impact
Produced by: Tulio de Oliveira, Richard Lessells, Lungani Ndwandwe, Justen Manasa, Cloete van Vuuren & Chris Seebregts
http://www.bioafrica.net/manuscripts/SATuRNnewsletter_1_2012.pdf 15 minutes, ... All news
Five (5) KRISP positions open in Durban! Grants Manager, Office Admin, Molecular Technologist, DNA Data & Laboraroty Quality administrators.
From KRISP Jobs, date: 2017-11-04
Improving the estimation of temporal trends in HIV incidence by calibrating agent-based simulation models to multiple data sources
From KRISP Talks, date: 2017-10-23
X-meeting - 13th International Conference of the AB3C, Sao Pedro, Brazil, Oct 4-6, 2017
From KRISP Training, date: 2017-10-04 15 minutes, ... All news
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