The Global Frugal Dx Network - Second Virtual Meet & Greet

As @Maiwenn announced at her talk at the recent Reclone Community Call, the Global Frugal Dx Network will be holding their Second Virtual Meet & Greet on 2023-08-30T17:00:00Z!

The meeting will feature the two following presenters:

  • Prof. Kwabena Duedu - University of Health and Allied Health Sciences, Ghana
  • Prof. Till Bachmann - Edinburg Medical School, University of Edinburg, UK

To receive the link to join the meeting, please register here: Global Frugal Dx Network.

The launch of the Global Frugal Dx Network in May-2023 was very successful and well-received by all those who attended, so do join their second meeting, if you can!

Please feel free to share details of the network and events with other interested colleagues.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Global Frugal Dx Network leadership: @Maiwenn, @Harry_Akligoh, Zibusiso Ndlovu, Alice Street, Ayokunle Olanreqaju, and @e.v.rosca.

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A reminder from @e.v.rosca:

The Global Frugal Dx Network will be meeting again tomorrow.
Note the update to the meeting time: 2023-08-30T16:00:00Z (16:00-17:00 GMT).

The link to register is here: Global Frugal Dx Network

But in case I missed anyone in the updated invitation, I would like to warmly invite you all to join our 2nd meeting using this link: Launch Meeting - Zoom.

Thank you very much for your time, and hope to see you all soon.
Best regards, Elena

Quick message from @Maiwenn yesterday:

Hi all - Thank you to everyone who joined the 2nd Meet&Greet Today
We had Prof Kwabena Duedu and Prof Till Bachmann talking about two different aspects of Frugal Dx and a lively Q&A (never long enough!)
Here is a video recording if anybody could not attend and wants to catch-up

And if you want to join the Global Frugal Dx Network Slack group, invite link is: Slack
The link expires in 2 days from now, but if you want another invite, reply here, or let @Maiwenn, @e.v.rosca, @Harry_Akligoh know!


Also, Shannon Branigin shared two blog posts from the Global Frugal Dx Nature Microbiology series that are also available here: