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EU research fighting the three major deadly diseases: HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis, EU funding FP7 projects

List of FP7 projects sorted by Acronym

AnoPopAge Population age structure and age structure modification via Wolbachia in Anopheles gambiae
ARTEMIP The safety pharmacology of artemisinins when used to reverse pathophysiology of malaria in pregnancy
CHAARM Combined Highly Active Anti-retroviral Microbicides
CHAIN Collaborative HIV and Anti-HIV Drug Resistance Network
CRIMALDDI The Coordination, Rationalisation and Integration of Antimalarial Drug Discovery and Development Initiatives
CUT'HIVAC Cutaneous and Mucosal HIV Vaccination
ENAROMaTIC European Network for Advanced Research on Olfaction for Malaria Transmitting Insect Control
ESI-TBVI Establishment, Strategy and Initial activities of the TuBerculosis Vaccine Initiative : Coordination of European efforts with global research initiatives
EUCO-Net European Network for global cooperation in the field of HIV & TB
EuroCoord European network of HIV/AIDS cohort studies to coordinate at European and International level clinical research on HIV/AIDS
EuroNeut-41 European consortium on NEUTralising antibodies using gp41
Evimalar Towards the establishment of a permanent European Virtual Institute dedicated to Malaria Research (Evimalar).
FAST-XDR-DETECT Development of a two-approach plate system for the fast and simultaneous detection of MDR and XDR M. tuberculosis
HIV-ACE Targeting assembly of infectious HIV particles
HIVIND The antiretroviral roll out for HIV in India - generating evidence to promote adherence and patient follow-up in the context.
HOMITB Host and mycobacterial molecular dissection of immunity and pathogenesis of tuberculosis
iNEF Inhibiting Nef: a novel drug target for HIV-host interactions
INYVAX Optimisation of the development of Poverty-Related-Diseases (PRD) vaccines by a transversal approach, addressing common gaps and challenges
MALACTRES Multi-drug resistance in malaria under combination therapy: Assessment of specific markers and development of innovative, rapid and simple diagnostics
MALSIG Signalling in life cycle stages of malaria parasites
MALVECBLOK Population biology and molecular genetics of vectorial capacity in Anopheles gambiae: targeting reproductive behaviour and immunity for transmission-refractory interventions
MEPHITIS Targetting protein synthesis in the apicoplast and cytoplasm of plasmodium
NANOMAL Development of a handheld antimalarial drug resistance diagnostic device using nanowire technology
NATT New Approaches to Target Tuberculosis
NEWTBVAC Discovery and preclinical testing of new vaccine candidates for tuberculosis
NGIN Next Generation HIV-1 Immunogens inducing broadly reactive Neutralising antibodies
NOstress Unraveling the molecular mechanism of nitrosative stress resistance in tuberculosis
NOVSEC-TB Novel secretion systems of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and their role in host-pathogen interaction.
OPTIMALVAC Initiative on Optimizing Malaria Vaccine Lab Assays Evaluation
PENTA LABNET Paediatric European Network Treatment AIDS Laboratory Network
PRD College Poverty Related Diseases-College: International Programme on BioMedicine and Development
PreMalStruct Structural analysis of the CSA binding interactions involved during pregnancy associated malaria
PregVax Plasmodium Vivax Infection in Pregnancy
REDMAL Clinical Development of a Pfs48/45-based malaria transmission blocking vaccine
StopLATENT-TB "LATENT TUBERCULOSIS: New tools for the detection and clearance of dormant Mycobacterium tuberculosis."
STOPPAM Strategies TO Prevent Pregnancy-Associated Malaria
TB PAN-NET TB PAN-NET: Pan-European network for study and clinical management of drug resistant tuberculosis.
TBsusgent Sustaining research momentum over the coming decades: mentoring the next generation of researchers for tuberculosis.
TB-EURO-GEN Genetic analysis of the host-pathogen interaction in tuberculosis
TB-VIR Mycobacterium tuberculosis W-Beijing genetic diversity and differential virulence and immune responses
THINC Targeting hiv integration co-factors, targeting cellular proteins during nuclear import or integration of hiv
TransMalariaBloc Blocking Malaria Transmission by Vaccines, Drugs and Immune Mosquitoes: Efficacy Assessment and Targets
TM-REST TM-REST: a new platform for fast molecular detection of MDR and XDR resistant strains of M.tuberculosis and of drug resistant malaria