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Research project

COMPARE

COMPARE is a multidisciplinary research network that is set up with the common vision to become the enabling analytical framework and globally linked data and information sharing platform system for the rapid identification, containment and mitigation of emerging infectious diseases and foodborne outbreaks.

What we do

About our project

COMPARE is a multidisciplinary research network that is set up with the common vision to become the enabling analytical framework and globally linked data and information sharing platform system for the rapid identification, containment and mitigation of emerging infectious diseases and foodborne outbreaks.

The system sets out to integrate state-of-the-art strategies, tools, technologies and methods for collecting, processing and analyzing sequence-based pathogen data in combination with associated (clinical, epidemiological and other) data, for the generation of actionable information to relevant authorities and other users in the human health, animal health and food safety domains.

Please visit the COMPARE website for more information.

 

Funds & Grants

Horizon2020

Collaborative management platform for detection and analyses of (re-)emerging and foodborne outbreaks in Europe (COMPARE) has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 643476.

COMPARE was funded under call topic PHC-07-2014, Improving the control of infectious epidemics and foodborne outbreaks through rapid identification of pathogens.

The COMPARE Consortium is receiving approximately €20.8 million, and the project will run from 01 December 2014 through 30 November 2019 (60 months).

Collaborations

29 partners

The COMPARE Consortium includes 29 partners from 10 EU countries and 1 associated country. 

COMPARE brings together organizations, public- and animal health, and food safety institutions and research groups from different sectors, domains, disciplines and background into a unique consortium.