|제목||Insect Vector Resource Convergence Research Center established International Cooperation Center for Insect Vector Surveillance in Malaysia, University of Malaya.|
|simple||On 30th January, 2019, Insect Vector Resource Convergence Research Center(Director Hyeong-wook Kwon) of INU visited Tropical Infectious Diseases Research & Education Centre (TIDREC, Director Sazaly Bakar) in University of Malaya.|
On 30th January, 2019, Insect Vector Resource Convergence Research Center(Director Hyeong-wook Kwon) of INU visited Tropical Infectious Diseases Research & Education Centre (TIDREC, Director Sazaly Bakar) in University of Malaya to establish international cooperative research center. The center focuses on local insect vector surveillance and infectious disease research. TIDREC of University of Malaya is one of the core research centers in the area of insect vector infectious disease(malaria, dengue, Zika virus, SFTS etc.). Within the support of numerous international organizations, including WHO, TIDREC gained authority in the insect vector infectious disease field.
The visit and agreement of this time brought collaborative relationship that is necessary for specific research and building world level research infrastructure. INU opened the International cooperation center for Insect vector Surveillance in Malaysia, as an advanced global movement.
Agreement of this day promised to establish and co-participate various education and program including; genetic analysis of insect vector related to disease mediating ability, database creation, development of e ducation and research program, preparing international level of mediated disease prevention program, vaccine research, risk management etc.
INU, Insect Vector Resource Convergence Research Center
- Have been working on various research topics related to insect vector surveillance and insect vector infectious disease. Recently leading the enhancement research of insect vector field in local Incheon and cease-fire area. The research covers biological analysis to futuristic technical convergence research such as honeybee seed preservation project. Faculty of the center includes various field of experts.
Univesity of Malaya, Tropical Infectious Disease Research and Education Centre
- Authorized team in the field of insect infectious study. Recently operating education/research support program with WHO, University of Liverpool, etc. Concentration on major insect infectious disease and surveillance, education and research on public hygiene by forming local insect vector hub. Recently established 'mite cell bank' under support of WHO, and conducts various research and study infrastructure.
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