ERINHA is a project of building a pan-European research infrastructure aiming to reinforce the European coordination and capacities for the study and the surveillance of highly pathogenic micro-organisms. The ERINHA infrastructure will provide open access to state-of-the-art BSL-4 facilities for the European scientific community to enhance basic and finalised research activities. The infrastructure will promote the harmonization of biosafety and biosecurity procedures, will develop standards for the management of biological resources, diagnosis of group 4 pathogens, and training of BSL4 labs users.

ERINHA has been included in the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructure ESFRI roadmap in its updated version of 2008.


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ERINHA 3rd General Meeting
28 - 29 April 2014
Annecy, France
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Building of a pan-European BSL4 research Infrastructure