Pasteur Network Reports


Cover - Pasteur Network report 2021-2022

Each report showcases the challenges and achievements of the historically called the Institut Pasteur International Network, known now as the Pasteur Network
The latest edition 2021-2022 includes a presentation of the network and worldwide highlights of its members, achievements, and community.

Consult the 2021-2022 Pasteur Network report

Report 2021-2022

Pasteur Network report, published on July 20th 2023.

International Report 2019-2020

This report includes a presentation of the Network and its new governance as well as the actions and opportunities it offers to its members, such as the 4-year Research Groups, the grants and the major international collaborative programmes conducted within it. At the heart of this edition are examples of the mobilization of the Pasteur Network actors against the COVID-19 pandemic due to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Presenting ongoing projects initiated, the research in progress as well as testimonials from committed scientists, it constitutes a global and representative panorama of the Pasteur Network.

International Report 2017-2018

Over the past two years, the Institut Pasteur International Network has been characterized by the unprecedented strength of the links between its different institutes. Find in this new report the key challenges and the emblematic projects of the international network and also discover the faces of those whose daily commitment makes the heart of the network beats.

International Report 2016

Over the past two years, the Institut Pasteur International Network has been characterized by the unprecedented strength of the links between its different institutes which continue to evolve from a group of excellent research, public health and teaching institutions into a true human community with shared values, objectives and missions.

International Report 2014

Because it now comprises 33 institutes in 26 countries and on 5 continents, because it carries out jointly missions in research, public health, education and knowledge transfer, and because it brings together institutes that share, beyond a name, a common commitment, the Institut Pasteur International Network holds a unique position in the world.

International Report 2012

Leading and strengthening the Institut Pasteur International network involves three key activities: recruiting and training researchers; strengthening technical resources and equipment for major projects; developing international cooperation.

International Report 2010

Grounded in a close partnership with local health authorities, the network relies integrated sustainable institutions, benefiting from statuses adapted to their tasks: certain public institutions under the supervision of Ministries of Health, such as the new Institut Pasteur in Laos, others benefiting from a private status under local law.

International Report 2008

Today, all member institutes of the Institut Pasteur International Network perform research and surveillance of diseases, prevention and public health activities, and training in the countries and regions where they are located.