Long-term strategies in medical research and public health for control of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases.

 

The project

Acronym : SECC

The SECC project is a grant won by CERMEL in 2015 after a call for applications was put out jointly by WHO/TDR and EDCTP, when the Ebola epidemic occurred in West Africa. The call aimed to develop and/or reinforce capacities and research in Sub-Saharan Africa to control Ebola virus related diseases.

Our mindset

- To implement capacity building for clinical research in Sub-Saharan Africa through CERMEL, which can form the reference for, or support or partner to other research centers.

- To create a place where people from research, public health and society can exchange views.

- To develop long-term actions that will persist beyond the timeframe and the funding of the project.

The goals

- To develop and reinforce the analytical capabilities and the biosafety level of CERMEL laboratories.

 

- To promote clinical trials partnerships and support all partners.

 

- To develop a decision aids framework for Ebola virus related diseases.

Évènement placé sous l'égide du

Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur

et de la Recherche Scientifique et

du Ministère de la Santé et de la Famille

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