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The Asia Partnership on Emerging Infectious Disease Research (APEIR) is a research network composed of researchers,
practitioners
and senior governments officials from Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.


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The partnership was conceptualized at the first inter country workshop cohosted by HSRI and IDRC, held in Bangkok, Thailand
APEIR was initiated to promote regional collaboration in avian influenza research
The 2nd workshop “From Country Priority Research to Collaborative Inter Country Research” in Beijing, PR China. Identification of research priorities
The 3rd Regional Workshop to agree upon partnership management mechanism and projects’ work plan inHalong, Vietnam
The 1stSteering committee (SC) meeting in Bangkok
SC Meeting in Bali, Indonesia
The 4th regional workshop to share, update and discuss preliminary findings of 5 APEIR studies in Siem Reap, Cambodia
The 2ndSC meeting to articulate APEIR strategic plan in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Partnership expanded to include all emerging infectious diseases (EIDS)
The 5th APEIR Regional workshop to strengthen eco health/ EID community of practice and endorse APEIR strategic plan in Kunming, PR China
The 6th SC meeting “Adopt APEIR Action Plan 2010- 2011 meeting in Manado, Indonesia
The 7th SC meeting “Reach consensus on APEIR future directions to link eco health and One Health” in Bangkok, Thailand
The 8th SC meeting “To Move Forward new APEIR Research” in Bangkok, Thailand
The 9th SC meeting in Bangkok, Thailand back-to-back with the Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2013
Secretariat move from Thailand to Indonesia
New secretariat officially resettled in Indonesia

NETWORK

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*Include hospital, practitioner / field association and foundation, research network, non government research institution

* Those who work for a government institution and has authority for policy making / administrative authority to create policy

** Those who work for a university, government owned research institution or NGO for researching data / making report and has no administrative authority for the government

map info

*Include hospital, practitioner / field association and foundation, research network, non government research institution

* Those who work for a government institution and has authority for policy making / administrative authority to create policy

** Those who work for a university, government owned research institution or NGO for researching data / making report and has no administrative authority for the government

MEET OUR TEAM

Prof. Wiku Adisasmito, DVM, MSc, PhD.

APEIR Coordinator
Vilda Rachman Amir, SKM, M.Sc.

Program and Network Manager
Fairuziana, S.Psi, M.A

Communication and Network Assistant
Nurul Maretia Rahmayanti, SKM

Scientific and Program Assistant

EIDS FACTS

  • What is an antibiotic?
    An antibiotic is a type of drug that kills or stops the growth of bacteria. Examples include penicillin and ciprofloxacin, and there are many others.
  • What does "susceptible" mean when it comes to antibiotics?
    The term "susceptible" means that the antibiotic can kill the bacteria or stop its growth. For example, when we say that a type of bacteria is susceptible to the antibiotic penicillin, it means that penicillin kills or stops the growth of that bacteria.
  • What is antibiotic resistance?
    Antibiotic resistance is the ability of bacteria to resist the effects of an antibiotic—that is, the bacteria are not killed, and their growth is not stopped. Resistant bacteria survive exposure to the antibiotic and continue to multiply in the body, potentially causing more harm and spreading to other animals or people.

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Opportunities

  • Current Grant Opportunities Posted By APEIR Admin, 10 Dec 2016, 04:23
    1 Theme Population Health Call for Application : Daniel Trunberg Travel Fellowship Type of...