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Our first training was complete!!!
As part of our objectives, VeConVen want to provide training and networking opportunities for a new generation of Venezuelan scientists recruited from early career researchers currently based in Venezuela, as well as those from the Venezuelan diaspora currently working elsewhere in
Latin America and the world.
For three months, members of the Venezuelan Science Incubator were reciving a training on molecular techniques from our Colombian partners from the "Centro de Investigaciones en Microbiología y Biotecnología" (CIMBIUR).
This training has an important impact in improving the capacity of developing projects in the country with objectives of molecular testing and surveillance. This will also allow researchers to use the techniques learned in the field and in laboratories to help patients in affected communities with neglected tropical diseases, such as: leishmaniasis, SARS-CoV-2, American trypanosomiasis, arboviral disease alongside the zoonotic component of each one of them.
For more information, please visit the Venezuelan Science Incubator website:
Also, visit the CIMBIUR website:
We are glad to announce our Vector-Borne Disease Control in COVID-19 times Symposium is available online. Three days of amazing talks about Vector-borne disease control, and diagnosis, as well as community engagement in Venezuela and neighboring countries. Also, talks with invited speakers to share experiences around the world.
Just visit our Youtube Channel "VeConVen Network" by clicking on the button at the end of this webpage.
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Nos complace anunciar nuestro simposio sobre el Control de Enfermedades transmitidas por Vectores en tiempo de COVID-19 esta disponible online. Tres días de excelentes charlas sobre el control y diagnostico de enfermedades causadas por vectores, así como la participación de la comunidad en Venezuela y países vecinos. Además, charlas dictadas por ponentes invitados para compartir experiencias de todo el mundo.
Solo visita nuestro canal de Youtube "VeConVen Network" haciendo clic en el botón en el pie de pagina.
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To access the directory, please follow this link (we kindly ask you to register on GVH): https://globalvectorhub.lshtm.ac.uk/courses
Our colleagues from TDR has supported the development of a Global Atlas of Medical Entomology Schooling (GAMES), which lists a total of 126 medical entomology courses offered both on-campus and through distance learning in 32 countries across all WHO regions, covering seven languages. The freely available directory was developed in collaboration with the GVH and ARCTEC at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), following the mapping of courses available globally. WHO’s Department of Control of Neglected Tropical Diseases and the WHO Global Malaria Programme have also reviewed the directory and provided recommendations. For each course, session dates, course outline, fees, language of instruction, and responsible managers are listed.
Are you interested in medicine? At VSI (Barquisimeto, Venezuela) you can be part of the avant-garde in this science regardless of whether you are a doctor, undergraduate, or high school student.
Visit their webpage by clicking on the button below.
¿Te interesa la medicina? en IVC (Barquisimeto, Venezuela) puedes formar parte de la vanguardia en esta ciencia sin importar si eres doctor, estudiante de la carrera o bachiller. Visita su pagina web haciendo clic en el siguiente botón.
Two of our partner's laboratories have been certified to diagnose #SARS-CoV2 in patient samples! In this way, they join Latin American fight against #COVID-19 #Coronavirus
We are very proud of both laboratories
Our research partner Venezuelan Science Incubator has a #CitizenScience campaign #TraeTuChipo for triatomine surveillance and control in Venezuela.