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News
2019.06.13
An observational study conducted in a French hospital showed that human contact was responsible for 90 percent of the spread of one species of antibiotic-...
Document de presse
2019.05.09
Nipah virus, a bat-borne paramyxovirus found throughout South and South East Asia, has been identified by WHO as an emerging infectious disease that may cause...
News
2019.05.20
Dengue, also known as dengue fever, is a viral disease transmitted to humans by mosquitoes of the genus Aedes. The incidence of dengue is currently increasing...
News
2019.04.26
Zika virus infection is still a global public health problem. The causative agent is the Zika virus, which is spread by mosquitoes of the Aedes genus. Numerous...
News
2019.04.09
Frequent and major outbreaks of meningococcal meningitis have swept through countries in the "African meningitis belt", a region south of the Sahara that...
Le prix « Prince Albert II de Monaco - Institut Pasteur » 2019 est attribué à Joacim Rocklöv
News
2019.04.04
During the Monaco Ocean Week*, on Thursday 28 March, His Serene Highness, the Sovereign Prince Albert II, in the presence of Professor Stewart Cole, Director...
Département Infection et épidémiologie - Institut Pasteur
News
2019.03.21
What is public health? And epidemiology? This discipline is that of Arnaud Fontanet (Institut Pasteur, CNAM) who holds the chair of Public Health at the...
Zika en Thaïland
Document de presse
2019.02.27
The circulation of the dengue virus for the past sixty years in South-East Asia is relatively well known. For Zika, the situation is much less clear. In an...
Amber Kunkel: An Institut Pasteur Epidemiologist Faces Ebola In The Democratic Republic Of The Congo
News
2019.02.12
Ebola has battered the Democratic Republic of the Congo for many months, from the outbreak that ended in July 2018 to the epidemic currently raging. These are...
Institut Pasteur
News
2019.01.22
Pneumococcal infections are still a global public health problem. Though striking, the seasonality of these infections remains a mystery for science....

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