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4 NOVEMBER 2021

Virtual Workshop on the Research Response to COVID-19 in the Nordic Countries

Dear <<First Name>>,

We very much look forward to welcoming you to the sessions of the Virtual Workshop on the Research Response to COVID-19 in the Nordic Countries to be hosted online on Thursday, 4 November October 2021, commencing at 9:00 CET.

View Program and Presenter Bios

The virtual sessions will be accessible to all registered individuals at this link:

https://meetings.nshg-pm.org/virtual-hub

Links to the live sessions at this page will become active the morning of the 4th of November.

Access the virtual hub of the conference with the email address used to register for the event. If you are logging in for the first time, simply click on "Forgot password" and then look for an email from us with instructions (as always, please check your spam box).

LIVE SESSIONS:

  • The live sessions will use Zoom. If you are not familiar with this platform, please review some "how-tos" here.

  • When logging in for the live sessions, we ask that you use your [own] full name (first name, last name).

  • Questions/comments can be submitted throughout the presentations - we kindly request that you precede all questions by the name of the presenter(s) to whom you are addressing the question.

VIRTUAL POSTERS/START-UP FORUM:

The short-presentations featuring videos are now available for you to visit. Each e-poster has its own page with a chat window. You can leave initial comments and questions already now. On November 4, the presenters will be available during the poster sessin to interact by answering your questions. Within these chatrooms, you can click on any attendee name and initiate a private dialogue. You can even have a videochat.

We look forward to welcoming you to the conference!

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  1. establish a Nordic framework for research into the genetics of human diseases, evolution and population history;

  2. accelerate discovery of disease influencing genes;

  3. translate these findings for precision medicine to improve public health; and

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