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What's CANTAM ?

Aims

To capitalise on the CANTAM1 and CANTAM2 consolidated efforts and to continous strengthening the network, collaborations, training programs and infrastructure for the conduct of clinical trials in the field of poverty related diseases in Central Africa.

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Aims

Strategies

The established institutions had the role to bring the emerging ones to a higher level through transfer of techniques,...

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Strategies

Achievements

Baseline studies: In Cameroon and Congo, epidemiological studies for collecting data on HIV...

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Achievements

Professor Francine Ntoumi is currently Chair and Executive Director of the Congolese Foundation for Medical Research, and Project Coordinator of CANTAM.

Pr. Francine NTOUMI
Coordonator

Latest News


published by : Espoir Vawou

Mission by the Coordination (FCRM) to UPC-PV, Faculty of Medicine, University of Kinshasa

Publication date : 11/07/2022
The FCRM in its capacity as the coordination site of CANTAM-3 Project has among its main missions, to ensure all partners ...Read more

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Professor Joseph KAMGNO, member of the CANTAM network, winner of the 2022 Christophe MERIEUX prize

Publication date : 03/06/2022
The Central African Clinical Research Network (Le Réseau de Recherche Clinique d'Afrique Centrale) – CANTAM (cantam.org) ...Read more

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World Malaria Day Celebration

Publication date : 25/04/2022
Although a steady decline on the global burden of malaria was registered between 2000 and 2015, and despite being preventable and ...Read more
About Us


The Central Africa Network on Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and Malaria (CANTAM) was created in 2009 with the major aim to build capacity in seven institutions in the three countries Cameroon, Gabon and the Republic of Congo (RoC) for the conduct of clinical trials. The strategy for achieving this goal was to select institutions with the lowest capacities to conduct clinical research in Cameroon and RoC and to drive them to a higher level through participation in multicentre clinical research involving the highly experienced center in Gabon. Thus, during the past 5 years, baseline data on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria have been ...



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