DNA & Disease: Facing Pandemics with Pathogen Genomics

Sequencing: Faster, Cheaper, More Available

Metagenomics: A Tool for Identification

A researcher from Madagascar at the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, which provides researchers free access, training, and compute on the Chan Zuckerberg ID platform, and the necessary equipment and supplies to begin work in their own countries through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Explorations Grants.

Genomic Epidemiology: Tracking Disease

Jeremy Corrigan, DrPH, at the Humboldt County Public Health Laboratory. Teams at CZI and the CZ Biohub collaborated to launch Chan Zuckerberg GEN EPI (formerly known as COVID Tracker) — a free, open source software tool to help public health officials analyze their COVID-19 data, track the virus and prepare for future crises.

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