A GLOBAL COLLABORATION FOR EQUITABLE ACCESS TO BIOTECHNOLOGY

Manufacturing Diagnostics 101

Wed 17 March, 16:00-18:00 GMT

Virtual symposium featuring talks on diagnostic devices, from research and development to implementation. Join breakout sessions with researchers from Africa, Asia, Latin America and beyond to continue discussions on quality assurance, device design, and more. Participate to share your experiences and join Reclone Network working groups.

BENCH TO BEDSIDE: DEVELOPING AFFORDABLE DIAGNOSTICS

Videos and documents from the symposium coming soon!
Time (GMT) Session Speaker
15:45 Virtual room opens
16:00 Opening Remarks
TBA.
16:15 Breakout Sessions
Room 1
Facilitator
Room 2
Facilitator
Lightning Presenations
TBA
16:45 Closing Talk
TBA
17:00 Meeting Closes
Online room will be open for continued discussion

Programme

To Be Announced

Reclone Symposium 2.0: BENCH TO BEDSIDE: DEVELOPING AFFORDABLE DIAGNOSTICS

 

29 July 2020

View talks from the previous symposium on YouTube!

Speaker Link to Presentation
Daniel Ndima, CapeBio Harnessing African indigenous biological resources to develop “Best-in-Class” biologics for diagnostics
Dr Jacqueline Linnes, Purdue University, USA Designing user-friendly diagnostics

Reclone Symposium 1.0: Local Manufacturing of Reagents

 

10 June 2020

View talks from the previous symposium on YouTube!
 
Speaker Link to Presentation
Chiara Gandini, University of Cambridge, UK The Research in Diagnostics DNA Collection: an open source toolkit for production of enzymes for diagnostic research
Anibal Arce, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile One-step RT-PCR from locally produced M-MLC + pfu-Sso7d
Alejandro Caro, AGROSAVIA, Colombia Optimization of a low-cost RNA extraction protocol for SARS-Cov2 based on magnetic beads
Ricardo Chavez, Scintia, Mexico ViroDet: a community effort on COVID-19 diagnostics for Mexico and Latin America
Cassi Henderson, University of Cambridge, UK Scaling up local manufacturing of reagents
Alejandro Nadra, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina Advances by ReClone Argentina
Thomas Graham, UC Berkeley, USA BEARMix - open-source master mix for 1-step RT-qPCR
Nadine Mowoh, MboaLab, Cameroon Quality Management Systems for enzyme production in Cameroon
Linda Kahl, SciScript and Beneficial Bio Biotechnology and the Public Domain: how to find out if technology is free and open