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MediLabSecure: Implementing a
network of virology and entomology
laboratories for a One Health approach
of vector-borne an...
Some points for a better surveillance of vector borne
infectious diseases:
•Need for more efficient integrated disease sur...
A One Health Approach
General objectives
To increase, through capacity building, the health security in the
Mediterranean Area, South-East Europ...
Organisation
Coordination, communication and dissemination
Animal
Virology
Human
Virology
Public
Health
Medical
Entomology...
Specific objectives
• Create a framework for collaboration to improve surveillance and
monitoring of emerging vector-borne...
Preventing Vector Borne Diseases around the Mediterranean &
Black Sea Regions by creating laboratory networks
Albania
Alge...
General methodology
8
Selection Criteria
• Reference laboratory
• Being part of a national (emergency) team
• Priority to laboratories with both...
Selection of participating laboratories:
Albania (3), Algeria (3), Armenia (3), Bosnia and Herzegovina (3),
Egypt (3), Geo...
Objectives:
 Inform participants about the network, its organization,
objectives and selection process
 Better overview ...
Outcomes of Heads of Lab
meeting (1)
Integrated surveillance
Outcomes of Heads of Lab
meeting (2)
Outcomes of Heads of Lab
meeting (3)
Outcomes of Heads of Lab
meeting (4) MERS-CoV
Specimen collection
General diagnostics of MERS-CoV
Case studies
Sequence an...
Improve the diagnosis and understanding of the different zoonotic
viruses existing in the regions (West Nile, Crimean Con...
 Systematic identification and geographical mapping of
major vectors of viruses found prevalent or potentially
present in...
General methodology
18
Challenges for the future
15-17 December 2015 – Institut Pasteur, Paris (France) joining different disciplines
meeting wi...
 Facilitate integrated surveillance, risk assessment
and early case detection across the different project’s
areas of act...
www.medilabsecure.com
Thank you
The MediLabSecure Project is supported by the European Commission (DEVCO: IFS/21010/23/_194)The MediLabSecure Pr...
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Implementing A Network Of Virology And Entomology Laboratories For A OH Approach Kathleen VICTOIR

  1. 1. MediLabSecure: Implementing a network of virology and entomology laboratories for a One Health approach of vector-borne and respiratory viruses in the Mediterranean and Black Sea regions VICTOIR Kathleen on behalf of the MediLabSecure Network GRF One Health Summit 2015, Davos, 5-7 October 2015
  2. 2. Some points for a better surveillance of vector borne infectious diseases: •Need for more efficient integrated disease surveillance (lab, epi, multidisciplinar) •Accessible integrated databases with information exchange between all concerned parties •Need for cross-border collaboration •Regular evaluation of surveillance system •Outbreak preparation and risk assessment Negev et al. 2015 Int.J.Environ. Res. Public Health
  3. 3. A One Health Approach
  4. 4. General objectives To increase, through capacity building, the health security in the Mediterranean Area, South-East European and Black Sea region by enhancing and strengthening the preparedness to common health viral emergencies and biosafety management at national and regional levels by the creation of a network of laboratories for a better surveillance of infectious diseases in the region . • 2014-2017 (48 months) • European Union DEVCO / EuropeAid
  5. 5. Organisation Coordination, communication and dissemination Animal Virology Human Virology Public Health Medical Entomology Steering Team Advisory Board (external) MediLabSecure Member Laboratories and units/ Fpoints in MoH - CoE
  6. 6. Specific objectives • Create a framework for collaboration to improve surveillance and monitoring of emerging vector-borne viral diseases (arboviruses) and emerging respiratory viruses – Prevent spread of viruses and concerned vectors (mosquitoes) – Prevent outbreaks of zoonotic viruses with an existing risk in the region – Provide risk assessment of the emerging viruses (transmission, spread, human impact...) • Promote knowledge development and transfer of biosafety best laboratory practices • Improve integrated multi-sectorial surveillance (animal, human, entomological)
  7. 7. Preventing Vector Borne Diseases around the Mediterranean & Black Sea Regions by creating laboratory networks Albania Algeria Armenia Bosnia and Herzegovina Egypt Georgia Jordan Kosovo Lebanon Libya Moldova Montenegro Morocco Palestine Serbia Macedonia Tunisia Turkey Ukraine Beneficiary countries (19)
  8. 8. General methodology 8
  9. 9. Selection Criteria • Reference laboratory • Being part of a national (emergency) team • Priority to laboratories with both capacities: arboviruses and respiratory viruses • Diagnostic performance (PCR and serology) • Basic laboratory equipment and lab capacities • Existence of quality control procedures, lab SOPs • Regional influence  66 applicants in 19 countries
  10. 10. Selection of participating laboratories: Albania (3), Algeria (3), Armenia (3), Bosnia and Herzegovina (3), Egypt (3), Georgia (3), Jordan (3), Kosovo(3), Lebanon (3), Libya (2) Moldova(2) , Montenegro (3) Morocco(4) Palestine (3) Republic of Macedonia (3), Serbia (3), Tunisia (3),Turkey (3), Ukraine (3) = 55 Selected Laboratories
  11. 11. Objectives:  Inform participants about the network, its organization, objectives and selection process  Better overview of the capacity and needs in partner countries  Contribute to the roadmap for the next training sessions  Networking, exchange of experience according to the different disciplines 32 participants from 16 countries Heads of Labs meeting IP Paris, 14 – 15 January 2015
  12. 12. Outcomes of Heads of Lab meeting (1) Integrated surveillance
  13. 13. Outcomes of Heads of Lab meeting (2)
  14. 14. Outcomes of Heads of Lab meeting (3)
  15. 15. Outcomes of Heads of Lab meeting (4) MERS-CoV Specimen collection General diagnostics of MERS-CoV Case studies Sequence analysis
  16. 16. Improve the diagnosis and understanding of the different zoonotic viruses existing in the regions (West Nile, Crimean Congo Haemorrhagic fever, RVF, Corona, etc.. ) by Training sessions. Improve the level of biosafety in the laboratories Enhance the networking among participating laboratories WP2: Animal Virology CISA-INIA, Madrid, Spain Miguel-Angel Jimenez – Elisa Ramirez WP3: Human Virology Institut Pasteur, Paris, France Jean-Claude Manuguerra & Camille Escadafal
  17. 17.  Systematic identification and geographical mapping of major vectors of viruses found prevalent or potentially present in the region.  Making available of a web-based determination key  Outline of Specific country/region-tailored measures for control of mosquito vectors.  Regional Training sessions WP4: Medical Entomology IRD, Montpellier, France Vincent Robert & Marie Picard
  18. 18. General methodology 18
  19. 19. Challenges for the future 15-17 December 2015 – Institut Pasteur, Paris (France) joining different disciplines meeting with special focus on risk assessment gathering 3 continents with different health systems: Regional meetings Foster common databases (provide tools) External Quality Assurance Excercises Exchange of Scientists and Experts on identified gaps E.g. Sending of experts to outbreak areas e.g. Goarn/MediLabSecure expert to Jordan for MERS-Co Outbreak
  20. 20.  Facilitate integrated surveillance, risk assessment and early case detection across the different project’s areas of activity.  Guidelines on the level of integration between animal, human virology and medical entomology surveillance for existing and potential diseases in the Region WP5: Public health ISS, Rome, Italy Silvia Declich, Maria Gracia Dente, Flavia Riccardo
  21. 21. www.medilabsecure.com
  22. 22. Thank you The MediLabSecure Project is supported by the European Commission (DEVCO: IFS/21010/23/_194)The MediLabSecure Project is supported by the European Commission (DEVCO: IFS/21010/23/_194)

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