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FP6 Projects

BURULICO

Buruli ulcer: multidisciplinary research for improvement of control in Africa

COINFECT

Malaria and helminth coinfection: new insights for malaria control

CONTRAST

A multidisciplinary alliance to optimize schistosomiasis control and transmission surveillance in sub-Saharan Africa

DENCO

Towards successful dengue control

DENFRAME

Innovative diagnostic tools and therapeutic approaches for dengue disease.

ECHINONET

From country level to a pan-European perspective: A co-ordinated approach to controlling cystic echinococcosis

HATcap

Support for Clinical Trial Capacity Platform for Sleeping Sickness in Africa

KALANET

Efficacy, acceptability and cost-effectiveness of long lasting insecticidal nets in the prevention of Kala-azar.

LeishEpiNetSA

Control strategies for visceral leishmaniasis (VL) and mucocutaneous leishmaniasis (MCL) in South America: applications of molecular epidemiology.

LEISH-RISK

Networking the networks for monitoring risk factors of (re-)emergence and spreading of leishmaniasis

MUSTSCHIST UKEMA

Multi-disciplinary studies of human schistosomiasis in Uganda, Kenya and Mali: New perspectives on morbidity, immunity, treatment and control"

NEUROTRYP

Biology and clinical staging of trypanosome neuroinvasion in sleeping sickness

RABMEDCONTROL

Identifying ecological and epidemiological key factors for rabies dynamics and control in North Africa and implications for rabies status in South West Europe.

SCOOTT

Sustainable Control of Onchocerciasis Today and Tomorrow

SCHISTOINIR

Innate Immune Responses and Immunoregulation in Schistosomiasis: Novel mechanisms in the control of infection and disease

TFCASS

Tsetse flies and the control of African sleeping sickness

TRANCHI

T cell Regulation and the Control of Helminth Infections

TRYLEIDIAG

Simplified rapid molecular diagnosis and characterisation of Leishmaniasis and Human African Trypanosomiasis

VHF Diagnostics

Development of rapid field diagnostics for identification, control and management of haemorrhagic fever outbreaks