Authors: Dr. Bernard Mvula, Malawi - 2021-10-10
Dr. Bernard Dandenault Mvula has brought four young scientists to receive training on SARS-CoV-2 sequencing in order to increase genomics surveillance at the Public Health Institute of Malawi (PHIM).
Dr. Bernard Dandenault Mvula is a Biomedical Scientist (Molecular Biology) and Head of National HIV Reference Laboratory at the Public Health Institute of Malawi (PHIM).
Duration of the fellowship: 11 to 26 September 2021.
Trained received: Hands-on sequencing on Oxford Nanopore Technology (ONT) and Bioinformatics analysis.
Genomics Africa Fellowship: A program of CERI and partners at Stellenbosch and UKZN in collaboration with the Rockefeller Foundation and the Africa Centre for Diseases Control (Africa CDC).
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