This is the final episode of our first seasion of the project mini-series, the #PERISCOPEMonthlyTalks.
If you don’t recall or are a first time listener, the PERISCOPE project was launched in late 2020 and investigates the broad socio-economic and behavioural impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to make Europe more resilient and prepared for future large-scale risks.
Today’s episode will focus on the COVID Data Atlas, and our guest today is Enea Parimbelli, the Assistant Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Pavia. Enea is coordinating efforts of PERISCOPE's Work Package 4 whose main product is the Data Atlas: an integrated data repository for COVID-related information enabling analysis and knowledge discovery.
The PERISCOPE Monthly Talks will now take a holiday break as we’ll begin again in January 2022 with the second season.
Listen the podcast episode here!