IPRI - International Prevention Research Institute


The International Prevention Research Institute (iPRI) is an independent research institute with a staff of demonstrated world-class excellence and leadership. iPRI has unparalleled experience in epidemiological research and macro health planning with a record of delivering real health and economic value to a range of public and private sources including governments, universities, research institutes, non-governmental organisations and large multi-national concerns. iPRI is conducting a broad range of research projects with emphasis on prevention of chronic diseases and conditions. All IPRI projects have an international dimension, and their results are expected to impact on clinical and preventive practices. Projects may include authoritative reviews and meta-analyses, secondary analyses of existing data and samples and collection of new data and biological samples in the field. All IPRI projects result in publications in leading scientific journals. Projects may be funded by public or private sources, as well as by IPRI itself. In all cases, sponsors have no influence in the planning, conduct, analysis or reporting of the projects. IPRI is also engaged in several research projects with partners from low- and medium-income countries. IPRI is currently and has been involved as partner or leader in many EU projects

MMLAP and other EU Projects

Health system analysis to support capacity development in response to the threat of pandemic influenza in Asia
Making society an active participant in water adaptation to global change
Public Participation in Developing a Common Framework for Assessment and Management of Sustainable Innovation
Effective communication in outbreak management: development of an evidence-based tool for Europe
Developing the framework for an epidemic forecast infrastructure
European monitoring of excess mortality for public health action
Modelling the spread of pandemic influenza and strategies for its containment and mitigation
Cost-effectiveness assessment of european influenza human pandemic alert and response strategies
Bridging the gap between science, stakeholders and policy makers
Promotion of immunization for health professionals in Europe
Towards inclusive research programming for sustainable food innovations
Medical ecosystem – personalized event-based surveillance
Public Engagement with Research And Research Engagement with Society
Computing Veracity – the Fourth Challenge of Big Data
Transparent communication in Epidemics: Learning Lessons from experience, delivering effective Messages, providing Evidence