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Harmonisation preserves research resources

Tags: , | July 29th, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is highlighting the importance of international collaboration, particularly in the field of health and science. Collaborative efforts between study leads, scientific societies and researchers has the potential to speed-up research. Through sharing resources and results we can harmonize clinical characterization studies and fill the knowledge-gap in medical research.

This is the focus of a correspondence by Malte Kohns at St George’s University London to The Lancet Infectious Disease Journal. We are proud to have contributed to this work through the Penta global network of clinicians and researchers.

Read the full correspondence here.