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Genome Canada invests in genomic sci & tech and its applications. / Génome Canada investit dans la recherche & la technologie en génomique et ses applications.
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Genome Canada 2h
Why is so much more dangerous to men? This Canadian geneticist has a personal stake in finding out
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Genome Canada 2h
Pourquoi la présente-t-elle plus de danger pour les hommes? Pour ce généticien canadien, le découvrir est une affaire personnelle (en anglais)
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Genome Canada Jul 1
Happy Canada Day from all of us at Genome Canada!
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Genome Canada Jul 1
Bonne fête du Canada de notre part à toutes et tous à Génome Canada!
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Genome Canada Jun 30
ICYMI: Welcome to the Board, Dr. Bonnie Schmidt! Dr. Schmidt is the founder and president of , an award-winning national charitable organization. We are thrilled to have you aboard!
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Genome Canada Jun 30
In case you missed it: Welcome to the Board, Mr. Andrew Stephens! You bring us a depth of knowledge in the oil and gas sector and we are thrilled to have you aboard!
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Genome Canada Jun 30
Rappel : Bienvenue au conseil d’administration de à M. Andrew Stephens! Vous nous apportez des connaissances approfondies du secteur pétrolier et gazier et nous sommes heureux de vous compter parmi les nôtres!
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Genome Canada Jun 30
Rappel : Bienvenue au conseil d’administration de à Mme Bonnie Schmidt, Ph. D., fondatrice et présidente de , organisme de bienfaisance national primé. Heureux de vous compter parmi les nôtres!
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Ontario Genomics Jun 30
Would you rather control how fast your hair grows or never have to brush your teeth? and answer some interesting questions Today at 7pm - Live on Instagram
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Catalina Lopez Correa 🌎🧬🦠 Jun 30
Study uses to look at the origin & spread of in Canada We need more data to get the global picture 🌎🦠🧬 ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Gairdner Foundation Jun 29
Did you miss the ' COVID-19: The Canadian Research Response panel this morning? Check out highlights of the three sessions (vaccines, population-wide research & co-ordination + collaboration) in this sketchnote below, and the thread for additional details ⤵️
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Gairdner Foundation Jun 29
In the second session, we heard from 's Dr. , 's Dr. Catherine Hankins & Institute of Indigenous Peoples’ Health's Dr. Carrie Bourassa.
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Genome Canada Jun 29
Genome Canada’s Board and staff recognize the critically important work ahead of us to advance equity, diversity and inclusion in the research space. We are actively examining how best to integrate EDI across the organization and all programs in the coming months.
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Genome Canada Jun 29
Le CA et le personnel de Génome Canada reconnaissent le travail très important à réaliser pour une meilleure équité, diversité et inclusion en recherche en . Nous étudions comment mieux les intégrer dans toute l’organisation et les programmes dans les prochains mois.
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Genome Atlantic Jun 29
Canadian scientists coast to coast are leading the fight, working to develop treatments & vaccines to protect Canadians. Watch @GénomeQuébec
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Pari Johnston Jun 29
Awesome panel & awesome live tweet takeaways .
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Catalina Lopez Correa 🌎🧬🦠 Jun 29
See why is so important to study the of ✅ track virus spread ✅ enable public health to tailor their efforts to contain it ✅ help pinpoint potential drug resistance
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Gairdner Foundation Jun 29
Replying to @GairdnerAwards
Annan notes that there is a variable clinical response when it comes to COVID-19. Why are some cases mild, while others are more severe? This is what 's second important project is trying to understand by identifying biomarkers and understand the underlying genetics.
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Gairdner Foundation Jun 29
Replying to @GairdnerAwards
Annan notes that this can be used to track the spread of COVID-19. This allows for genomic epidemiology where data will be shared through repositories: it is possible to track outbreaks, conduct evolutionary analyses & opens the door to identifying problems with PCR-based tests.
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Gairdner Foundation Jun 29
Replying to @GairdnerAwards
Annan walks us through the viral sequencing strategy at the network: "It's a short stretch of RNA, wrapped with proteins," says Annan, noting that the SARS-CoV-2 virus can replicate but is prone to errors. "As the virus spreads, the mutations accumulate and diversity."
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