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1 Where do Children Die?

2 New Horizons: 3 ‘H’s How can research be reshaped to work on the world’s most difficult and important problems? (relevance) How can research be reshaped to promote innovative science and breakthrough discoveries? (innovation) How can research be reshaped to maximize not only scientific output but also societal impact and impact on health policy? (impact)

3 Project titleFunding Partner€ Etiology of pneumonia in children under 5y – a multi-centric pilot study Sanofi Pasteur Ethiology of Fevers : candidate biomarkers for differentiation between pneumonia and malaria fever in children Institut Mérieux/NIH Viral and bacterial biodiversity in influenzaFundaçao Pesquisa Rio de Janeiro (FAPERJ) (in kind) Hemorrhagic fevers: Crimean Congo VirusL'institut de recherche biomédicale des armées( IRBA) PneumoToneAgence de Médecine Préventive (AMP) (in kind) LaCoRIS: Respiratory Infectious Disease Among Cohorts in Vientiane Province, Laos U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit Number 2, Phnom Penh (NAMRU-2 PP) Global Influenza Hospital Surveillance Network (GIHSN)Sanofi Pasteur Validation study of a typhoid test to measure disease burdenBill & Melinda Gattes Foundation Current Funded Projects Total:

4 Project title ConsortiumFunding Partner€ COMPARE: COllaborative Management system for Pathogen detection And Risk assessment in Europe GABRIEL (partner) and 28 others European Commission H (total project: ) Implementation of automated genotyping to strengthen research capacities for tuberculosis control in Bangladesh GABRIEL, icddr,b TRD: 2014 Impact Grants – Research capacity strengthening Strengthening the transversal capacity of health actors in the fight against tuberculosis (TB) and multidrug-resistant TB (TB-MDR) in Zaporozhye region, Ukraine GABRIEL /LPE (coordinator) 5% Initiative - France Expertise International Pipeline (1/2)

5 Project title DimensionFunding Partner€ Co-infections modeling in pneumonia severity: in vivo, in vitro and in silico approaches (COMODE) LPE, UCBL1, Novadiscovery Agence National pour la Recherche Multidisciplinary approach for biomarkers identification in respiratory viral/bacteria co- infection LPE, UCBL1, ProfileXpert Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale Global Research Collaboration for Infectious Disease Preparedness (GloPID-R) Secretariat FMx (coordinator)/ ISARIC European Commission H Pipeline (2/2) Total for FMx: US$

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7 Lyon’s Core Lab Team

8 Rodolphe Mérieux Laboratory Antananarivo, Madagascar

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10 Quality Initiative Designed to help GABRIEL member laboratories meet ISO accreditation requirements Working group at Fondation Mérieux piloting project Four pilot sites selected: o Christophe Mérieux Infectiology Centre in Laos, o Charles Mérieux Infectiology Centre in Mali, o Rodolphe Mérieux Laboratory at the GHESKIO Centre in Haiti o Molecular Biology and Genetics Department National University of Asunción in Paraguay

11 Quality Initiative Achievements o Assessment of the 4 selected laboratories and identification of necessary improvements o Action plan to assist laboratories in meeting international quality standards o “Self-assessment” questionnaire for all GABRIEL members  Gathering information on their current Quality Assurance Management  Developed with Fiocruz, Brazil


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