15 Jun 2015
This Award will honor scientists in Africa and Asia whose outstanding research is decisive to progress in public health, specifically in the field of research on HIV / AIDS and related infections. This award, in the amount of $ 46,000, allows support the scientific work of the winner's team.
This Prize is awarded by Pr Christian Bréchot, President of the Institut Pasteur and Pr Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2008, and a jury representatives of the Institut Pasteur International Network and the ANRS. The Dedonder Clayton Prize is awarded every year since 2011.
The application will be a letter of intent (1 page recto / verso maximum) outlining the objectives, the schedule of accomplishments, the composition of the team and investigators, issues and outcomes of the project and a provisional budget. This letter of intent will be sent to GrantDC@pasteur.fr.
Online candidature: http://dedonder.pasteur-international.org
Deadline to submit online applications: 30th June, 2015
Awards Ceremony: Thursday, October 15th, 2015 at the Institut Pasteur in Paris during the International Scientific Symposium (http://www.pasteur-network-meeting2015.org/).
For more informations: http://www.pasteur.fr/en/dedonder-clayton-award
Contact: Eliane Coëffier (GrantDC@pasteur.fr ou email@example.com)
27 May 2015
October 27-28, 2015, International symposium in Laos on Ethics in research for international development in the countries of Greater Mekong regions
The international symposium entitled “Ethics in research for international development: environment, societies and health in the countries of Greater Mekong regions” will take place on October 27-28, 2015 at the University of Health Sciences-Vientiane-Lao PDR. The symposium is organized by the Institute for Research in development (IRD) and the University Of Health Sciences Of Vientiane (UHS/Laos).
The aim is to exchange information and reflection on ethics questions which are faced researchers practising in research institutes located in the Mekong basin countries (Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia).
The objectives of the symposium are:
- to allow an exchange of experiences on ethical issues related to research in environment, societies and public health.
- to identify and discuss the fundamental principles of ethics, the ethical issues most commonly faced by researchers, and the adequacy and limitations of answers provided by available guidelines.
- to contribute to a better understanding of the principles and ethical issues for research for development among Lao academic people and researchers and thus support the expansion of Lao scientific research.
Deadline for submissions of abstracts: May 30, 2015
Notification of acceptance: July 1, 2015
Deadline for registration: September 30, 2015
Conference takes place: October, 27-28 2015
For more information:
27 May 2015
A Global Symposium on ‘The Climate Change and Emergence of Infectious Diseases’, which will be held on 28-29 May 2015 at Institut Pasteur Korea.
Global warming has serious implications for various aspects of human life and the main effects are on infectious diseases. This symposium will examine the current strategies for and state of international, regional, and national prevention, preparedness, and response to the climate change and emerging infectious disease. It will provide a forum for the international infectious diseases community, academics, industry researchers, government officials, and policy makers to present their recent achievements, exchange ideas, and develop a new vision for future preparedness.
Will be wellcome by Dr Ji-Young Min, Head of Respiratory Viruses Rseearch Laboratory, Institut Pasteur Korea, Korean institutions (Korea Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention, Korea National Science and Technology Council, Korea National Institute of Health, Korea University, and Wonkwang University) and international organizations (HKU-Pasteur Research Pole,US CDC, NIAID, NIH, Texas A&M Health Science Center, Vietnam National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Singapore Immunology Network, Institut Pasteur Dakar, Kyorin University in Japan that support or will be partner in the very next future with the Institut Pasteur Korea.
To see the scientific program: click here
08 May 2015
At the end of next August, the scientific career of Françoise Barré-Sinoussi will come to its administrative end and the research unit she is leading at the Institut Pasteur will shut its doors. Though the 2008 Nobel laureate in Medicine scientist will continue to be involved in a number of national and international activities, the symbolic moment of her retirement is the occasion to honor her exceptional scientific career, her tireless engagement in the fight against HIV/AIDS and the humanist values she has always defended.
The ANRS, the Institut Pasteur and Sidaction are thus jointly organizing a workshop dedicated to Françoise Barré-Sinoussi on October 13th at the Institut Pasteur Conference Center.
Registration is free but mandatory considering the limited capacity of the venue.
17 Apr 2015
The four successful candidates, Dr WONG Sarah, Dr TSENG Felice, Mr LAI Peter and Ms KWAN Karen are about, thanks to the L'Oreal Scholarship, to commence their internship at Institut Pasteur, Paris. This wonderful opportuny will allow them to acquire professional and cultural experience in one of the biggest institute against emerging diseases in the word.
About the Scholarship:
The L’Oréal Scholarship for Research Internship was officially launched in 2012 by a tripartite partnership between the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong and Macau, the HKU-Pasteur Research Pole and L’Oréal Hong Kong Limited. The L’Oréal Scholarship for Research Internship is the first-ever program designed to offer researchers from Hong Kong and Macau the unique opportunity to intern at the world famous French research institute.
The L’Oréal Scholarship for Research Internship will be offered to up to four postgraduate candidates that are permanent residents of Hong Kong and Macau. These awardees will demonstrate outstanding individual capabilities in scientific research and the desire to pursue doctoral or post-doctoral research studies in France.
Mr. Arnaud Barthélémy, Consul General of France in Hong Kong and Macau, Prof. Roberto Bruzzone, Co-Director of The HKU–Pasteur Research Pole and Mr. Stephen Mosely, President and Managing Director of L’Oréal Hong Kong Limited signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 21st September, 2012 to launch the ‘L’Oréal Scholarship for Research Internship’ in the presence of Mr. Eddie Ng, Secretary of Education of the HKSAR Government.
The four Hong Kong postgraduate research fellows will receive financial support from L’Oréal to take up internships at the world-famous Institut Pasteur in France. (From left to right Karen KWAN, Sarah WONG, Felice TSENG and Peter LAI)
14 Apr 2015
14-16/10, 2015 International Scientific Symposium Institut Pasteur International Network - Registration now Open!
The 2015 session of the International Scientific Symposium of the Institut Pasteur International Network, will bring together in Paris the scientists from the 32 institutes of the Institut Pasteur International Network and from other research organizations together with international partners, from October 14 to 16
Online abstract submission and registration are open.
Call for abstracts
The Institut Pasteur International Network is offering a unique opportunity to scientists worldwide, both young and experienced, to showcase their research on global and one health issues to a broad international audience in the prominent Institut Pasteur in the heart of Paris.
Abstract submission is open to all research fields. In 2015, the Symposium will focus on the following topics:
- Microbial Resistance
- Zoonosis/Emerging diseases
- Non communicable diseases, Microbiota
Abstract can be submitted for both oral communications or posters to report scientific or medical research developments linked with any global health challenges.
Deadline for abstract submission May 4th, 2015
Several international scientific experts will be specifically appointed to select the best abstracts for oral and poster presentations. Among poster presentations, several will be selected for a flash presentation.
Abstract submission exclusively online
- To ensure consistency, all abstracts are to be submitted via the online abstract submission portal in English before May 4th 2015, 12.00 pm (Paris Time).
- Abstracts should be submitted in English language. Abstracts should not exceed 350 words (excluding authors and affiliations).
- Please note that no changes or additions will be accepted after the submission deadline; make sure to carefully check the information provided as it will appear printed as such.
- Please provide a recent ID photograph with the abstract (jpeg format).
- The conference will be held in English, applicants should be aware that no translation services will be provided.
- Abstracts selected for oral and flash communications will be printed in the abstract book. For authors selected for posters presentations only the title, the names and the affiliations will appear in the abstract book.
Abstract review and selection process
- Early June: Notification of the outcome of the review
- All authors will be notified via email.
Oral and flash presentations
Upon selection of their abstract for an oral or a flash presentation, participants’ expenses (travel and housing) will be covered by the Department of International Affairs- Institut Pasteur International Network.
Click here for submit your abstract
Congress coordinator (registration, abstracts,...)
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75015 Paris France
Registration is free but required