SARS-CoV-2 Sequencing for Public Health Emergency Response, Epidemiology, and Surveillance The Advanced Molecular Detection program established the SARS-CoV-2 Sequencing for Public Health Emergency Response, Epidemiology and Surveillance to work with SARS-CoV-2 sequencing. The SPHERES consortium is led by CDC's Advanced Molecular Detection program, which over the previous 6 years has purchased government, state, and neighborhood public health labs to broaden making use of pathogen genomics and other advanced research laboratory technologies to strengthen transmittable disease security and episode response. Rounds goals to, Accelerate the use of real-time microorganism series data and molecular public health for the COVID-19 pandemic response; Organize and manage public health and wellness sequencing and response efforts throughout the United States; Coordinate and assistance sequencing at state and local public health labs across the country; Improve communication and knowledge-sharing in between U.S. laboratories; Develop agreement advice on important data and metadata standards; Reduce barriers to bioinformatic analysis and information sharing; Better align sequencing requirements and resource needs with various sources of funding, innovation, proficiency, and other methods of assistance. The SPHERES consortium includes over 60 federal, state, region, neighborhood public health and wellness labs, numerous large local and national medical analysis firms, and scholastic and charitable leaders in microorganism genomics, bioinformatics, and public health from across the nation.
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