Genov is Dasa's scientific genomic surveillance project. The initiative's mission is to monitor the evolution of the SARS-CoV-2 virus responsible for Covid-19. The research project involves sequencing a total of 30,000 coronavirus genomes within 12 months, representing around 3,000 samples a month. The goal is to detect the emergence of variants so that immunisers worldwide can be adjusted as needed.
Maps, graphs and current information about COVID-19 available to the public in periodical reports and required official notices. Dasa sequences samples at the Dasa Genomics Diagnostic Centre, the largest technology park specializing in genetic sequencing in Latin America, and makes the results publicly available here.
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KfW Bankengruppe - German state-owned investment and development bank, based in Frankfurt. As of 2014, it is the world's largest national development bank and as of 2018 Germany's third largest bank by balance sheet.
Leading U.S. company specialised in the field of decoding genetic information, based in San Diego, California. Illumina manufactures and markets integrated systems for the analysis of genetic variation and biological function.
A non-profit institution, aimed at research in medicine and health and based on ethics and good scientific practices. A research institute that, despite being an independent company, is maintained by Dasa and has the ecosystem as its main source of research and motivation. It has research projects in different areas of knowledge encompassing multidisciplinary projects, with a focus on COVID-19, Genomics, Technology applied to healthcare, Oncology, High hospital complexity, New support models and lines of care, Technical and operational efficiency (AI), Mental health and vaccines.
Institute of the University of São Paulo specialised in basic and lab research in the area of tropical illnesses. Tropical Medicine today also encompasses aspects of International Healthcare, ensuring that products or people from a certain region are not vectors of disease transmission nor that their visitors are victims of local pathologies. Within this context, the Institute of Tropical Medicine (IMT) functions as the Specialised Institute of USP (IMT-USP) with a focus on teaching, research and training of experts in the area of Tropical Diseases and International Health. In the past 80 years, the study and research of Tropical Medicine has contributed to one of the most important falls in mortality rates in the world (in Brazil this rate dropped from 50% to 5% during this period).
Oxford University is a public higher education institution located in the city of Oxford in the United Kingdom. Itis the second oldest university in Europe, comprising several institutions, including 39 faculties and a wide range of academic departments organised into four divisions. The university operates the Oxford University Press, the largest university press in the world and is home to the largest library collection in the UK. Its alumni include 30 Nobel Prize winners, 28 British Prime Ministers (including the current Prime Minister Boris Johnson) and several foreign heads of state.
Founded in 1897 in Brazil by a group of German immigrants led by Anton Zerrener, a businessman and honorary consul of Germany at the time, the Oswaldo Cruz German hospital has implemented and fostered some of the most important achievements in medicine, and continues to be a benchmark due to its emphasis on high complexity services, in areas such as Oncology (Specialized Oncology Centre) and Digestive Diseases (Specialised Centre in Obesity and Diabetes, Specialised Hernia Centre, Specialist Endoscopy Centre, General Surgery of the Digestive Tract and Abdominal Wall), among other specialities.
The Federal University of Minas Gerais is a Brazilian higher education public institution based in the city of Belo Horizonte in the southeastern state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. It is the largest university in the state of Minas Gerais and has campuses in the cities of Belo Horizonte, Tiradentes and Montes Claros.
The German Brazilian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in São Paulo (AHK São Paulo) officially represents the German economy in Brazil for more than 100 years. It is also used by its associates as a base for the strengthening and diversification of business as it helps attract investments to Brazil, expand bilateral trade and represent the interests and proposals of the corporate community in Brazil in regard to the governments and in the cooperation between both countries. Through the Chamber, the associated companies benefit from an exclusive and worldwide network of 140 German chambers based in 92 countries.