REACTing is a multi-disciplinary collaborative network of French research institutions
working on emerging infectious diseases, which aims to prepare and respond to epidemics.

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Étoiles de l'Europe 2018: REACTION, an Award-Winning Inserm Project, in Response to the 2015 Ebola Crisis

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Extensive serological survey of multiple African non-human primate species reveals low prevalence of IgG antibodies to four Ebola virus species

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CEPI Call for proposal: Human vaccine development against Rift Valley fever and Chikungunya diseases

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Zika virus induces strong inflammatory responses and impairs homeostasis and function of the human retinal pigment epithelium

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Ebola : un reportage au cœur de l’essai vaccinal PREVAC

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REACTing: the French response to infectious disease crises

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REACTing aims to forge a new dynamic to face health emergency situations by contributing to national health decisions and to international efforts to control emerging infectious threats. Read more
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Our Mission

Research preparedness for future epidemics
Integrating research during epidemics
REACTing aims to forge a new dynamic to face health emergency situations by providing research coordination before and during epidemics.

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REACTing is a multi-disciplinary project, coordinated by Inserm under the aegis of Aviesan, the French National Alliance for Life Sciences and Health. It brings together excellent research groups, institutions and laboratories in order to prepare and deal with unforeseeable emerging infectious threats.
aviesan - alliance nationale pour les sciences de la vie et de la sante

Our Activities

2018 - August
Ebola (Democratic Republic of Congo)
2018 - May
Ebola (Democratic Republic of Congo) Learn more
2018
Lassa (Nigeria) Learn more
2017
Plague (Madagascar)
2017
Marburg (Uganda)
2017
Ebola (Democratic Republic of Congo)
2017
Lassa (Togo)
2015
Zika (French West Indies, South America, France)
2014
Ebola (West Africa)
2013
Chikungunya (French West Indies)