CO-CONNECT to feature at the 2022 IPDLN conference

CO-CONNECT to feature at the 2022 IPDLN conference

We at CO-CONNECT are proud to celebrate a phenomenal achievement made by several members of our team.

Four of our members have had their abstracts accepted into the 2022 International Population Data Linkage Network (IPDLN) conference, and will present their work as part of the IPDLN’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”.

Here, presentations from CO-CONNECT will include:

Augmenting laboratory COVID-19 serology data granularity for SARS-CoV-2 reporting by Esmond Urwin

Esmond Urwin

University of Nottingham

Collaborating with patient and public members in developing the COVID – Curated and open analysis and research platform (CO-CONNECT)  by Tracy Jackson

Tracy Jackson

University of Edinburgh

CO-CONNECT: A UK-wide federated platform for finding and accessing COVID-19 data by Emily Jefferson

Emily Jefferson

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 by Jenny Johnston

Jenny Johnston

University of Dundee

As part of their acceptance, our team members will also have their abstracts published in a special issue of the International Journal of Population Data Science and be uploaded to MEDLINE.

To find out more, and to register for the conference, visit the IPDLN website at: 2022 Conference |