Joint mission of EMLab and US-CDC to support the response to the Marburg virus disease outbreak in Uganda
As part of the European Medical Corps, the European Mobile Laboratory (EMLab) Consortium deployed a diagnostic laboratory unit to support the response to the Marburg virus outbreak in Uganda. ... Read more
EMLab Participation at the Modules Table-Top Exercise in Bruges, Belgium, 20 - 24 May 2017.
EMLab took part in a Module Tabletop Exercise (ModTTX), that was conducted in Bruge, Belgium, 20th - 24th May 2017. ... Read more
The first EMLab Unit to West Africa terminates diagnostic activities in Guinea.
After more then two years of diagnostics support in the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, the European EMLab unit has terminated diagnostic service. ... Read more
European Mobile Lab Deployment to the Democratic Republic of the Congo
The European Mobile Laboratory Consortium dispatched one laboratory unit to support diagnostics for yellow-fever in DRC. ... Read more
EMLab and the European Emergency Response Capacity.
The European Mobile Laboratory consortium was assessed by EC-DG-ECHO as being eligible for the European Emergency Response Capacity (EERC) and has been registered as part of the European Medical Corps Voluntary Pool in the Common Emergency Communication and Information System (CECIS).... Read more
Nigerian EMLab Unit terminates diagnostic activities in Kambia, Sierra Leone.
After 15 month of providing diagnostic service in Sierra Leone, the Nigerian EMLab unit terminates activities in Kambia, Sierra Leone, and is repatriated to Nigeria, end of March 2016.... Read more
Continued support for Surveillance by the European EMLab Unit in Guinea.
The European EMLab Unit continues to support post Ebola Virus disease surveillance. ... Read more
EMLab Team #16 dispatched to Coyah, Guinea
Team #16 of the EMLab consortium arrived in Coyah, Guinea. The team consists of scientists and technicians from the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute, Germany, the Robert-Koch-Institute, Germany and Public-Health-England. ... Read more
Partial Relocation of EMLab Unit in Guinea from Guéckédou to Coyah
To cater for the demand of Ebola virus diagnostics in the region of Coyah, the EMLab unit in Guéckédou was partially relocated to Coyah.... Read more