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Symposium on Systems Biology of Host-Pathogen Interactions

We are pleased to announce the first Joint Symposium hosted by the Fluomics and CViSB centers. The symposium will highlight research from each center during eight brief talks. Keynote speaker Dr. Galit Alter from the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT, and Harvard will give a talk on humoral immune system omics. The symposium will conclude with an open forum for…
Michelle McGraw
February 16, 2021
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Scripps Research Tracks Prevalence of New COVID-19 Strains with Daily Situation Report

Feb. 10, 2021 LA JOLLA, CA – The Center for Viral Systems Biology (CViSB) at Scripps Research is tracking the prevalence of new strains of SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind the COVID-19 pandemic. The team behind Outbreak.info has created a dashboard for viewing daily reports that describe the current situation, focusing on the United States, and has made this publicly available…
Michelle McGraw
February 11, 2021
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New central resource for global COVID-19 research

CViSB is proud to share Outbreak.info, developed by the Su, Andersen, and Wu labs at Scripps Research with input and investment from the CViSB team.  Outbreak.info is a site that goes beyond compiling the latest reported COVID-19 cases. It seeks to provide:  Meaningful analyses that are easily decipherable by the general public  Improve data visualization Centrally house all things COVID-19…
Michelle McGraw
August 27, 2020
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CViSB receives new award to analyze the spread and evolution of novel coronavirus

A $1.3 million dollar grant supplement awarded to CViSB will fund a new collaboration with Lauren Gardner, PhD, of Johns Hopkins University to analyze the spread and evolution of SARS-CoV-2.  CViSB's renowned data scientists will design the computational models and visualization software necessary to combine layers of data into one larger picture to explore and understand SARS-CoV-2 transmission and possible…
Michelle McGraw
June 11, 2020
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CViSB Year in Review

The first year of CViSB has been a busy one. Receiving the NIH grant in February, 2018 prompted the onboarding of new scientists, research trips to West Africa, and a myriad of planning and coordination meetings. Samples from over 250 Lassa and Ebola patients were collected during trips to Kenema Government Hospital (KGH). The samples will be used to generate…
Kristian Andersen
May 21, 2019