Baltic Network against life-treatening viral infections

Formerly the New Visby Hepatitis C Network

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Collaborators

PARTNERS OF THE THEMATIC PARTNERSHIP 09272/2013
Baltiskt nätverk för kontroll och prevention av livshotande virusinfektioner
Baltic Network for control and prevention of life-threatening viral infections

Medical Universities and research institutes:
•    Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden;
•    Institute of Laboratory Medicine, Medical Faculty, Lund University, Sweden; team leader Prof Patrik Medstrand;
•    National Institute for Health Development, Tallinn in association with the Department of Infectious Diseases, Tartu University, Estonia; team leader Dr Valentina Tefanova;
•    Latvian Biomedical Research and Study Center, Riga, Latvia; team leader Dr Irina Sominskaya;
•    Riga Stradins University, Riga, Latvia; team leader Dr Uldis Berkis;
•    Ivanovsky Institute of Virology, Federal Research Center of epidemiology and microbiology named after NF Gamaleja, Moscow, Russia; team leader Prof Tatjana Grebennikova;
•    Chumakov´s Institute of Poliomyelitis and Viruses Encephalitis, Moscow, Russia; team leader Dr Karen Kyuregyan.

Governmental organizations
•    Swedish Institute for Communicable Disease Control, Stockholm, Sweden, now the Public Health Agency of Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden; team leader Dr Charlotta Nilsson;
•    Centre for Communicable Diseases and AIDS, Vilnius, Lithuania; team leader Prf. Saulius Caplinskas;
•    Botkin Infectious Diseases Hospital, St Petersburg, Russia, team leader Dr Maria Belopolskaya in association with the St Petersburg Pasteur Institute; team leader Dr Olga Kalinina.

Commercial company
Central European Biotechnology Portal, Lodz, Poland; team leader Marta Lucka.

Non-financed partner
University of Kuopio, Finland, team leader Dr Tuomo Keinänen