The Robert Koch Institute participates in the large European projects EMIS, ENHPB/EQADeBa, REACT and QUANDHIP in the field of Protection of Infections.
The European MSM Internet Survey (EMIS) is a joint project from 35 European countries to inform European prevention planning for a group highly affected by infections with HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs)…more
The general objective of the project was to provide evidence and tools towards a common European standard for the response to emerging public health threats…more
ENHPB is based on an EU project the RKI is carrying out as coordinator on the topic of “Establishment of Quality Assurances for Detection of Highly Pathogenic Bacteria of Potential Bioterrorism Risk“ (EQADeBa)…more
The Joint Action QUANDHIP aims to link and consolidate the objectives of two existing networks dealing with highly infectious bacteria and viruses that emerged from the project EQADeBa and the ENP4-Lab project…more
EQuATox will create a network of experts among EU 27 and associated countries, focussing on biological toxins and integrating experts from the security, verification, health and food sector...more