To build capacity and improve laboratory-based surveillance of diseases with a major impact on public health in developing countries

Collaborative
research

on acute respiratory infections, foodborne & waterborne diseases and TB

Technology
Transfer

of diagnostic testing tools enables local laboratories to detect diseases

Training &
Knowledge-Sharing

empower local scientists so they can conduct autonomous research projects

A network in action

19 research laboratories from the public and private sectors provide scientific and
technological know-how to help address local health challenges

Developing laboratory techniques

& diagnostic tests to ensure epidemiological surveillance

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& creating opportunities for collaborative, sustainable research projects

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Encouraging synergies

Empowering laboratories

by training local researchers and technicians

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on respiratory infections, TB, foodborne & waterborne diseases, etc.

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Targeting
high-impact
diseases

bringing together research laboratories from academic and private institutions in developping, emerging and developped countries

Progress achieved

280+ Scientific publications

since 2012

70+ Scientists

working on GABRIEL research programs

14+ Research projects

ongoing with local institutions

25+ training & capacity building

on-site tutorials & EPL courses

An international network

The members of our non-profit, international network include local reference laboratories, academic and hospital research laboratories, government institutions, NGOs and in vitro diagnostics companies.

20

Members worldwide

4

America

4

Africa

9

Asia

3

Europe

0

Oceania