For over 20 years, IAVI’s Europe hub has been working with partners around the world to build awareness of and support for vaccine and antibody development
This multidisciplinary team brings together colleagues working in advocacy, communications, donor relations, access, epidemiology, project management, and human resources. Together, the team manages programs and partnerships across five different countries plus the European Union (EU) and Europe-based international organizations.
IAVI maintains an office in Amsterdam as well as a laboratory in London, the IAVI Human Immunology Laboratory, which serves as the clinical immunology reference laboratory for IAVI and the clinical research center (CRC) partner network worldwide.
At a glance
years in Europe
Office in Amsterdam & lab in London at Imperial College
current European funders
We work with a vibrant network of partners
We engage closely with diverse European stakeholders, including policymakers, scientists, activists, civil society organizations (CSOs), and product development partnerships (PDPs) to ensure that the necessary resources and policies are in place to support global health R&D worldwide.
Our collaborations with our advocacy partners are key to achieving our goals, including CSOs such as AIDS-Fondet (Denmark), AIDS Fonds (Netherlands), RESULTS UK, and Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (EU and Germany). We’re also a founding member of the EU PDP Coalition, where together with fellow PDPs we advocate for global health R&D at the EU level and in key countries.
IAVI’s Europe hub also manages several important partnerships at the EU level, including the LEAP4WA project to advance a vaccine to prevent Lassa fever in West Africa, and the UPTAKE project, which seeks to determine factors that facilitate future uptake of long-acting HIV prevention technologies to prevent HIV among women and girls in Kenya and Uganda. Past EU partnerships include the Globally Relevant AIDS Vaccine Europe-Africa Trials Partnership (GREAT) and the European HIV Vaccine Alliance (EHVA).
Collaborate with us
Contact us to learn how to collaborate with us on initiatives at the European level, including in advocacy, resource mobilization, and clinical development.