Useful links


International organisations

UNESCO - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
WHO - World Health Organisation 


International foundations

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
GAVI Alliance,


Maison des Français de l’Etranger,
International Mobility Agency
Union des Français de l’étranger
Association démocratique des Français de l’étranger
Fédération internationale des accueils français et francophones à l’étranger,
Textes des conventions


Academic societies

American Society for Microbiology
American Society for Virology
British Society for Immunology
European Society for Clinical Virology
Exotic Pathologies Society
French Immunology Society
French Microbiology Society
Society for Applied Microbiology
The British Mycology Society
International Union of Microbiology Societies



Ethics cell of the Department of Life Sciences at the CNRS.
TBETHICS is a project funded by the European Commission within the FP5th Framework. Its goal is to gather expertise in ethics, biomedical research and clinical trials to elaborate recommendations on ethical issues in clinical trials on tuberculosis in different countries.
The UNESCO bioethics programme was created in 1993. The ethics of science and technology, in which bioethics is inscribed, is one of UNESCO’s five major priorities.
The European ethics group (GEE) is an independant, pluralist and multidisciplinary group charged with advising the European Commission on the ethical repercussions of science and new technologies.


Updated on 24/11/2014