Centre Pasteur du Cameroun (CPC)

Joining date
2014
Yaounde, Cameroon

The Centre Pasteur du Cameroun was created in 1959 in partnership with the Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement of France. As a member of the Institut Pasteur International Network, it contributes to Institut Pasteur’s mission to eradicate infectious disease. The CPC conducts research and provides health services for a variety of diseases, including malaria, Buruli ulcer, and tuberculosis. Research focuses on Cameroonian public health concerns, such as epidemiological and genetic profiling of lymphatic filariasis, drug-resistant tuberculosis, and other endemic diseases.

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Diseases
Buruli ulcer
Lymphatic filariasis
Malaria
Dengue
Tuberculosis
Research areas
Basic research
Diagnostic
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