PANGEA stands for "Phylogenetics And Networks for Generalised Epidemics in Africa". The overarching goal of the PANGEA consortium is to identify individual and population level factors that drive the epidemic using HIV-1 phylogenetic data, analyse the dynamics of the epidemic, and translate these findings into information that can be used to more effectively target interventions. PANGEA consists of many partners in Africa, Europe and the US.
News and Events
26 February 3 pm GMT: PANGEA Research Update Call: "PopART Phylo: Results, conclusions and policy impact" (Christophe Fraser, Oxford)
5 March 3 pm GMT: Webinar "Transmissions from different age and gender groups in Rakai" (Oliver Ratmann, Imperial College London)
2 April, 3 pm GMT: Webinar "Dude, where's my sample - inner workings of the PANGEA database" (Tanya Golubchik, Oxford)