uOttawa led CoVaRR-Net to bolster research on Omicron variant thanks to $9M grant from CIHR

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The Coronavirus Variants Rapid Response Network (CoVaRR-Net), led by the University of Ottawa’s Marc-André Langlois, has received a $9-million grant extension from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) to continue its rapid research efforts on variants of concern and variants of interest.

Since the Network’s inception earlier this year, studying and understanding variants of concern  – including Delta and, more recently, Omicron – have become key factors in bringing COVID-19 under control….

https://media.uottawa.ca/news/uottawa-led-covarr-net-bolster-research-omicron-variant-thanks-9m-grant-cihr

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