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1st October 2020

Large scale COVID-19 genome sequencing in Norfolk helps manage outbreaks

An in-depth analysis of the genome sequence of coronavirus circulating in Norfolk, UK by researchers at the Quadram Institute and University of East Anglia has mapped the spread of the virus, identified hidden outbreaks and provided insights into the effectiveness of interventions to stop its spread. Over 1500 COVID-19 genomes representing 42% of positive cases […]

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Bob Champion and Quadram Institute buildings

16th June 2020

SARS-CoV-2 Prevalence and Persistence in Stool – The CoPS Study

The Quadram Institute on the Norwich Research Park, working with the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, is looking to recruit participants who have tested positive for COVID-19, to help understand more about the virus. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19), caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus has quickly developed as a global pandemic with a huge unprecedented impact […]

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Bob Champion Research and Education Building, Norwich Research Park

28th April 2020

Norwich Research Park Biorepository goes live with new laboratory management system

The Norwich Research Park Biorepository is a partnership between Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH), Quadram Institute Bioscience (QIB) and the University of East Anglia and provides samples of human tissue to health researchers. The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council provided £3.5 million of capital funding towards the project. Interactive Software Limited (ISL) Achiever […]

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23rd March 2020

Norwich scientists join UK launch of whole genome sequence to map spread of Coronavirus

Government and scientific community back new genome sequencing consortium to map spread of COVID-19 Government and scientific community back new genome sequencing consortium to map spread of COVID-19 £20M investment will allow scientists and clinicians to unlock secrets of the disease The genetic code could arm public health agencies and clinicians with a unique, cutting-edge […]

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