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国際連携研究教育局(GI-CoRE)人獣共通感染症グローバルステーションは、2014年4月の設置以来、これまで総長直轄の組織として運営されてきました。
このたび設置期間を満了し、2020年4月1日からは、人獣共通感染症リサーチセンター国際協働ユニット(2021年4月1日付け改組により、現在は「人獣共通感染症国際共同研究所 国際協働ユニット」)に活動が引き継がれることとなりました。これに伴い、国際協働ユニットのホームページを作成しております。完成次第、正式に公開させて頂きます。

人獣共通感染症国際共同研究所国際協働ユニットは、総長から「GI-CoRE協力拠点」としての認定を受け、GI-CoREと協力して、なお一層の国際共同研究・教育を実践してまいりますので、今後ともご支援のほどよろしくお願いいたします。


Notice of the Website Relocation

Since its establishment in April 2014, the Global Station for Zoonosis Control (GSZ) of the Global Institution for Collaborative Research and Education (GI-CoRE) has operated as an organization under the direct control of the President of Hokkaido University.
As of April 1st, 2020, however, the GSZ has transitioned into the International Collaboration Unit, Research Center for Zoonosis Control (In April 2021, it became International Collaboration Unit, International Institute for Zoonosis Control). In accordance with this change, our website is currently under construction and will be available shortly following its completion.

We proudly announce that the International Collaboration Unit, International Institute for Zoonosis Control has been certified as a “GI-CoRE Cooperating Hub” by the President to further promote and develop international collaborative research and education in cooperation with GI-CoRE. We appreciate your kind understanding and continued support.


Global Station for Zoonosis Control

The GI-CoRE Global Station for Zoonosis Control (GSZ) has been established at the Research Center for Zoonosis Control (CZC) as a research hub since 2014 to promote scientific research for the control of zoonoses through collaboration with leading international researchers in the following research units; The University of Melbourne, University College Dublin and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology.

“One World, One Health” consortium for the control of zoonoses.


Our aims are:

  1. to reveal the perpetuation mechanisms and transmission routes of zoonotic pathogens by conducting global epidemiological studies on infectious diseases to improve prevention and control strategies.
  2. to study the genetics of pathogens and the factors responsible for their pathogenicity and host range.
  3. to develop databases of information of the above results and to make available to researchers and the general public.
  4. to develop and disseminate globally, practical measures for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of zoonoses. 

“One World, One Health” consortium for the control of zoonoses.


To integrate research activity toward the goal of “control of zoonoses”, we have established the “Consortium for the Control of Zoonoses” wherein all unit members meet together and exchange information. Consortium meetings have been held annually since 2014 with mutual discussions to foster further collaborative projects.


Also, the GI-CoRE members have been participating in the education program of a Graduate School of International Infectious Diseases established in 2017 to foster global experts who will take on leadership roles in the prevention and control of zoonoses.


As a result of our continued research activities for last six years, over 300 papers have been published in the leading scientific journals and international collaborative papers recorded over 65 percentage. Due to our achievements in international collaborative research and education, the highest rating of ‘S’(Outstanding) was given to the present program in the final external evaluation conducted in 2018.

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