Institut Pasteur de São Paulo

The Institut Pasteur de São Paulo is a private, non-profit association, founded on March 31, 2023 by the Institut Pasteur and the University of São Paulo, following a collaboration agreement established in 2017.

Based at the University of São Paulo, in the capital of São Paulo, Brazil, in a 1,700 m² campus, the institute counts seventeen laboratories, four of which are high standing biosecurity level 3 (NB3/NBA3).

The Institut Pasteur de São Paulo develops world-class research in Biological Sciences on communicable, non-communicable, emerging, re-emerging, neglected or progressive diseases, that cause complex immune responses, produce nervous system disorders, and impact human and animal public health.

The researchers involved with the IPSP share their areas of expertise, infrastructure, and cutting-edge equipment and approach that sustains a goal, to strengthen the development of joint initiatives, to develop preventive, diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic methods in relation to the diseases studied as well as promoting innovation, transfer and knowledge dissemination.

For more information, visit the Institut Pasteur de São Paulo official website, for the press release on the creation of the institute, please visit its dedicated webpage.