Welcome to the website for the Asia Partnership on Emerging Infectious Diseases Research (APEIR)
This website features APEIR, including its mandate, goals, current status of research projects, important findings, key partner institutions, Steering Committee members, researchers and other background information. In addition to providing information on APEIR, this website aims to share important and timely information on emerging infectious diseases with the public in general and with researchers, practitioners, policymakers and donors in particular.
The Asia Partnership on Emerging Infectious Diseases Research (APEIR) is calling for applications for the APEIR Assistant position. Applications are due no later than Friday, 17 April 2015. Please find the attached announcement for more information here. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Ms. Pat Oungpasuk at email@example.com.
APEIR INCEPTION AND KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION WORKSHOP
DATE : 5-9 September 2013
PLACE : Sampran Riverside, Nakorn Pathom, Thailand
APEIR Inception Workshop (5-6 September 2013)
Objective and Goal
To brainstorm concretely for:
- Projects’ milestone and projects’ M & E system
- Core methodology
- Expected outputs & outcomes
- Set up PAC
APEIR Knowledge Translation Workshop(7-9 September 2013)
Objective and Goal
- Knowledge about KT approach and principles
- Increased understanding of theory of KT&KT actions
- Increased ability to plan and implement KT practice in their home country & networks
- Confidence and awareness to create supportive environments for KT
- Increase researchers’ & KT persons’ capability of translating knowledge to policy decision and practice
H7N9: Lesson Learned from China Experience Of recent studies, we now know that H7N9 is highly pathogenic in human, low pathogenic in animal and still evolves; thus, this makes it hard to produce effective vaccine against the virus. The NA gene..
IDRC team visited APEIR Coordinating Office Dr. Annette Nicholson, Vice-President, Corporate Strategy and Regional Management of International Development Research Centre (IDRC), and Dr. Anindya Chatterjee, Regional Director of Asia Regional Of..
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