CO-CONNECT to feature at the 2022 IPDLN conference
By Gabriella Linning
We are happy to announce that four members of the CO-CONNECT team have had their abstracts accepted into the 2022 International Population Data Linkage Network (IPDLN) conference, and will present their work as part of the event’s impressive line-up of speakers.
This year’s conference will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland between the 7th-9th of September, and will feature presentations focusing on the theme of “Data linkage research: informing policy and practice”.
To find out more about and to register for the conference, visit the IPDLN website at: 2022 Conference | www.ipdln.org
Presentations to feature
“Augmenting laboratory COVID-19 serology data granularity for SARS-CoV-2 reporting”
Presented by Esmond Urwin, the University of Nottingham
“Collaborating with patient and public members in developing the COVID – Curated and open analysis and research platform (CO-CONNECT)“
Presented by Tracy Jackson, the University of Edinburgh
“CO-CONNECT: A UK-wide federated platform for finding and accessing COVID-19 data“
Presented by Emily Jefferson, the University of Dundee
“Developing a new Governance Approval Process to support federated discovery and meta-analysis of data across the UK through the CO-CONNECT project”
Presented by Jenny Johnston, the University of Dundee