Fourteenth H3Africa Consortium Meeting

Venue: La-Palm Royal Beach Hotel, Accra, Ghana

  1. Scientific Writing – Prof David Ofori-Adjei & Prof Margaret Lartey
  2. Scientific Writing – Prof David Ofori-Adjei & Prof Margaret Lartey
  3. Scientific Writing – Prof David Ofori-Adjei & Prof Margaret Lartey
  1. Community Engagement, Grant Mock Review Strategy Meeting
  2. Community Engagement, Media Engagement, Fellow Activities
  3. Community Engagement, Precision Medicine & GA4GH, Ethics of Scientific Writing
  4. Community Engagement, Science Communication, H3Africa PI’s Synergies Meeting
  5. H3Africa PI Meeting
  1. Clinical Trial Database – Jenniffer Maroa
  2. Opportunity Announcement – Laura Povlich
  3. H3Africa Kidney Disease Research Network – Dwomoa Adu/Yemi Raji
    • Genetic association and interaction analysis between APOL1 gene variants, HIV viremia & Human polyoma viruses in HIV patients – Barbara Mensah
  4. SIREN – Mayowa Owolabi
    • Cardiovascular Risk Factor Prevention & Control among High-risk Adults in Nigeria: Integrating Peer Engagement Model as a strategy for sustaining Community-based Interventions – Ezinne Uvere
  5. Eye of Africa: The Genetic of Blindness – Adeyinka Ashaye/Olusola Olawoye
    • Genomic research in Nigeria: A qualitative study of knowledge attitude and perception of blind people – Precious Adebola
  6. I-HAB, IBRH3AU, Establishment of an H3Africa Biorepository at CLS – Alash’le Abimiku, Moses Joloba, Elizabeth Mayne
  7. CafGEN – Mogomotsi Matshaba
  8. Major sub-population of malaria parasite in Africa defined by its origin and historical human migration – Alfred Amambua-Ngwa
    • Diversity of human population in malaria endemic regions in South Western Cameroon – Tobias Apinjo
  9. Human Genetic History, How we populated the world and adapted to new environments and diseases – Eske Willerslev
  10. AFBRECANE – Clement Adebamowo/Emmanuel Ezeome
  11. Clinical and Genetic Studies of Hereditary Neurological Disorders in Mali – Guida Landoure
  12. Intergenerational Epigenomics of Trauma and PTSD in Rwanda – Leon Mutesa
  1. Updates from the Coordinating CenterMichelle Skelton
  2. An overview of The Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationKaren Makar
  3. H3ABioNet progress and updates – Nicky Mulder
    • Development of the African Precision Medicine Portal – Lyndon Zass
  4. WASLITBRe: Process Report, Western African Sustainable Leadership and Innovative Training in BioInformatics Research – Seydou Doumbia, Ezekiel Adebiyi
  5. Evaluation and Learning: Lessons from EANBiT – Daniel Masiga
  6. Initial Experiences of Graduate Bioinformatincs Training in Uganda – David Kateete/Daudi Jjingo
  7. A glucocorticoid receptor polymorphism may be protective against hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis suppression in asthmatic children on corticostercoid – Wisdom Akurugu
  1. Rare Disease WG, Environmental Health WG, CVD WG
  2. Outreach & Communications WG, Mental Health WG, DBAC WG
  3. Education & Coordinated Training WG, HIV/AIDS WG, Clinical Trial Database
  1. Phenotype – Katherine Johnston & Alia Benkahla
  2. Genome Analysis – Neil Hanchard
  3. Biorepository – Alash’le Abimiku
  4. CVD – Ken Wiley
  5. Rare Disease – Guida Landoure
  6. HIV/AIDS – Xavier Gomez-Olive Casa
  7. Ethics & CE – Vincent Pius
  8. Education & Coordinated – Oumar Samassekou
  9. Sustainability – Dwomoa Adu
  10. Outreach & Communications – Michelle Skelton
  11. Study Coordinators – Emmanuel Nasinge
  12. Mental Health –
  13. Environmental Health –