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The Asia Partnership on Emerging Infectious Diseases Research (APEIR) was initiated in 2006 to promote regional collaboration in avian influenza research... Read More

The Asia Partnership on Emerging Infectious Diseases Research (APEIR) was initiated in 2006 to promote regional collaboration in avian influenza research. In 2009, the partnership expanded its scope to include all emerging infectious diseases (EIDs). APEIR is a research network, composed of researchers, practitioners and senior government officials from Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. APEIR is built to develop a stro... Read More




News

Guinea confirms Ebola as source of epidemic
Guinea's government raised the death toll in the Ebola epidemic raging through its southern forests to 59. The health ministry told the AFP news agency workers battling to c...
Hajj pilgrims may contribute to transmission of influenza
Pilgrims traveling to the annual hajj in Saudi Arabia may be at increased risk for contracting and transmitting influenza, according to a letter to the editor published in Emerging...
New strain of 'deadly' bird flu
Experts are concerned about the spread of a new strain of bird flu that has already killed one woman in China. Experts are concerned about the spread of a new strain of bird flu...

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Events

APEIR Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Collaborative Research Program Annual Meeting
The second Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Collaborative Research Program meeting was held in Chiang Mai at the Centara Duangtawan Hotel. The purpose of the meeting is to allow rese...
Inception Workshop on “Reducing Biosecurity Threats from Infectious Diseases with Pandemic Potential in Southeast Asia”
The Asia Partnership on Emerging Infectious Diseases Research (APEIR), in partnership with the Mekong Basin Disease Surveillance Foundation (MBDS), hosted an inception workshop at ...
Project Kick-off Meeting of ASEAN-Canada's Global Partnership Program on Enhancing the ASEAN Health Cooperation on Emerging Infectious Diseases and Other Relevant Potential Threats
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Canada’s Global Partnership Program (GPP) hosted a meeting in Singapore on 16 June, 2014 promoting ASEAN health coopera...

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