Sister projects

BEPREP aims to prevent future epidemics and pandemics by carrying out field studies and experiments in Europe and the tropics to identify best practices for biodiversity recovery and public health interventions that mitigate disease risk.
IDAlert is developing tools tailored to key stakeholders which help to improve anticipation, forecasting, and understanding of future risks of disease emergence and spread.

The CLIMOS project aims to assist in the mitigation of the emergence, transmission and dissemination of zoonotic pathogens, transmitted by vectors induced by Climate Change, based on the approaches of Eco-health and One Health. These objectives will be achieved by quantifying the climatic and environmental factors of phlebotome populations and infectious agents transmitted by these insects throughout Europe. The project is co-funded by the European Commission (grant 101057690) and UKRI (grants 10038150 and 10039289).