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Predicting the evolution of COVID-19 to help manage future outbreaks

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As the world prepares for future waves of COVID-19, the ability to predict mutations in the novel coronavirus even before they emerge will be essential to stopping future outbreaks.

UBC’s Dr. Robert Brunham, Steven Plotkin, and Natalie Strynadka—along with a team of commercial and academic collaborators—are one step closer to achieving this thanks to a $1.8 million grant from the Digital Technology Supercluster COVID-19 Program, which aims to find solutions to urgent health care needs across Canada arising from COVID-19….

https://news.ubc.ca/2020/06/05/predicting-the-evolution-of-covid-19-to-help-manage-future-outbreaks/?utm_campaign=&utm_content=1591307322&utm_medium=sprout

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