Genomic surveillance to identify silent transmission clusters of COVID-19 (Jason Andrews)

Andrews’ team is developing and testing novel tools that utilize microbial whole-genome sequences to identify chains of transmission between individuals. Andrews proposes to work with local hospitals and the state and county health departments to perform whole-genome sequencing on all COVID-19-positive samples and apply these methods in real-time to characterize transmission chains and help guide public health investigations. Stanford Office of Technology Licensing 650-723-0651

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