News

ISARIC on the open sharing of data

Oxford, 11/02/16 -- ISARIC is encouraging all members to share research data within the ISARIC research community and with external collaborators working in severe emerging infections. ISARIC would like to emphasise the importance of sharing data with national and international ... Read more

EVAg: Standard for molecular detection of Zika available

A quantified freeze-dried genomic standard for molecular detection of Zika virus by molecular methods will be made available via the EVAg website in early February. It is made of an inactivated culture supernatant of strain H/PF/2013 (full sequence of the ... Read more

New Zika Infection website available

The aim of this website is to provide a platform for sharing and developing research priorities, protocols, data capture systems alongside the latest epidemiological and clinical management information about Zika infection. The website came about through a collaboration between a ... Read more

ISARIC Newsletter

Q1 2015

For updates about recent and ongoing ISARIC activities, such as Ebola trials, SPRINT SARI, Data harmonization, PREPARE and other regional collaborative frameworks - please see our most recent Newsletter (18/4/15) Read more

ISARIC Bulletin: Summary

Issue 1, 2014

The ISARIC Bulletin aims to provide information about ISARIC and ISARIC's activities to a wider audience. This issue focuses particularly on ISARIC's activities over the past two years - our first two years of existence. Please feel free to spread ... Read more

Launch of the Global Health Research Process Map

New to the network - exciting new digital toolkit

8th July 2014 saw the launch of the Global Health Research Process Map, the first digital toolkit designed to enable researchers anywhere in the world to conduct rigorous global health research. It’s an open-access and internationally-available online resource that guides ... Read more

Articles

ISARIC provides a collaborative platform through which global, patient‐oriented clinical studies can be developed, executed and shared.

Protocols addressing the most important questions between and during epidemics of severe acute respiratory infections and other rapidly emerging public health threats are undertaken in order to generate new knowledge, maximise the availability of clinical information, and thereby save lives.

Read more about our protocols by clicking this link.

ERGO

Outbreak: Lessons From Ebola

by ERGO Editorial Team

  An article published in The Blueprint describes how Oxford medics found themselves on the front line of the Ebola outbreak setting up clinical trials led by Professor Peter Horby.  This ...

Discussions

Global Research Nurses Group: Say hello

Greetings

This is where you say hello and let us know your name and anything else that you feel is worth sharing with fellow nursing colleagues!

8 replies Latest reply: Feb. 11, 2016