Building research capacities and improving surveillance of diseases with a major impact on public health in low-income countries
on acute respiratory infections, tuberculosis and antimicrobial resistance
of diagnostic testing tools for a better detection and characterization of pathogens
to strengthen the capacity of our partners to conduct research projects independently
21 research units from the public and private sectors providing scientific and
technological know-how to help address local and international health challenges. The member institutions are located in various countries from South America, the Caribbean, Africa, Asia and Europe.
of surveillance programs for infectious pathogens, clinical research, and operational researchLearn more
and sharing opportunities to develop new research projectsLearn more
through research grantsLearn more
on respiratory infections, TB, foodborne & waterborne diseases, etc.Learn more
working on GABRIEL research programs
ongoing with local institutions
on-site tutorials & EPL courses
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.