ERINHA final governing board

ERINHA2 consortium and Independent Advisory Board members, Brussels, June 2017

The ERINHA2 project aims at building a pan-European research infrastructure to reinforce the European coordination and capacities for the study and the surveillance of highly pathogenic micro-organisms.

The ERINHA infrastructure will provide open access to state-of-the-art BSL4 facilities for the European scientific community to enhance basic and finalised research activities and diagnostic activities.

The infrastructure will promote the harmonization of biosafety and biosecurity procedures, and will develop standards for the management of biological resources, diagnosis of group 4 pathogens and the training of BSL4 labs users.                         

ERINHA has been included in the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructure ESFRI roadmap in its updated version launched in March 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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latest news

08 January 2018 - ERINHA AISBL is recruiting a Scientific Project Manager to be based in its Paris Central Coordinating Unit

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10 August 2017 - ERINHA AISBL was officially set up by a Belgian Royal Degree signed on July 7, 2017. ERINHA AISBL founding members are Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale France, Folkhälsomyndigheten SWEDEN and Instituto Nacional de Saúde Dr. Ricardo Jorge PORTUGAL

 

The ERINHA2 project has submitted its final report to the European Commission marking the end of the ERINHA project and the beginning of the implementation phase. Click here for a summary of ERINHA results and activities.

 

The 3rd ERINHA Newsletter June 2017 is now available here!

 

16 May 2017 - ERINHA’s scientific launch meeting in Brussels

Press release: The need for a coordinated high containment infrastructure was recognized by all speakers and attendees.

ERINHA’s scientific launch meeting "Launching the European Research Infrastructure on Highly Pathogenic Agents’ Scientific Strategy” was held on 10th May  in Brussels at the Marriott Hotel Grand Place, bringing together scientists from public and private sectors, national and European decision-makers and funding agencies in the field of research and public health, international organizations and representatives of key initiatives in the field of outbreak preparedness, surveillance and response.