Join us on July 1 as Dr. Alison Motsinger-Reif with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences demonstrates the recently released COVID-19 Pandemic Vulnerability Index (PVI) Dashboard.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, IHCC made the decision to hold the Third International Cohorts Summit, originally planned to take place in Santiago, Chile, as an abbreviated virtual meeting over the originally planned dates (May 4-5). The face-to-face portion of the meeting will likely be rescheduled for a later date. Please regularly check the event webpage as we will continue to post updates and conference information.
IHCC convened the second International Cohorts Summit in Reykjavik, Iceland April 2019 with the intent of developing the scientific agenda to drive the research and collaboration between cohorts and present Team activities and progress on goals that were established as the result of the first International Cohorts Summit held in March 2018.
The first International Cohorts Summit was held in March 2018 at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Leaders of large-scale longitudinal cohorts worldwide shared best practices, discussed data sharing, explored standards, discussed common challenges, and explored potential collaborative sequencing and other ‘omic strategies. Four teams were created to further develop the plans for IHCC 2019 and beyond