WE-ARE-A-GLOBAL-MRN

We are a Global
Paediatric Research Network

devoted to determining and implementing the best ways
to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases in children

LINKING-EXPERTS-FROM-AROUND-THE-WORLD

Linking experts from
around the world

in an independent global collaboration that seeks to standardize
best practices across disease areas and populations

SHARING-VALUES-AND-GOALS

Sharing Values and Goals

such as flexibility, commitment and transparency

RESEARCHING-THE-RIGHT-DRUG-AND-THE-RIGHT-DOSE

Researching the right drug
and the right dose

to generate the scientific data necessary to market drugs
at doses that are safe and effective for children

UNDERSTNDING-THE-IMMUNE-RESPONSE

Understanding the
Immune Response

so as to harness the body's response
to HIV and antiretrovirals

FIGHTING-ANTIMICROBIAL-RESISTANCE

Fighting
Antimicrobial Resistance

to ensure effective treatments are available
for common infections for generations to come

PAVING-THE-WAY-FOR-WOMEN

Paving the way for women,
children and their families

to make powerful informed decisions about their health
and healthcare and improve the quality of their lives

LATEST NEWS

PentaTr@ining kicks off HIV and other Congenital Infections course, in Spanish

20 September, 2021 - 3:33:51

The Spanish language version of our online course “PentaTr@ining: HIV and other Congenital Infections” kicks off today! We look forward to welcoming over 100 participants for this year’s edition of our newly upgraded online training course. Unique in its design and delivery, ‘PentaTr@ining’ is an innovative training platform which continues to develop and evolve in…READ MORE

Project New Generation (PNG+)

7 September, 2021 - 10:29:09

Project New Generation (PNG+) are a group of young people living with HIV who serve as the voice of the youth involved in the REACH study. Made up of two groups, one based in St. Petersburg and the other in Irkutsk, and supported by local psychologists, this group of 20 bring to the forefront, issues…READ MORE

GET TO KNOW US

Through independent research into child health, Penta is one of the most prominent scientific organizations dedicated to children’s health.

We are an alliance of people united by a common purpose: to improve prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infection in children.

Our global independent scientific network brings together key stakeholders in paediatric infectious disease, including researchers, clinicians, regulatory bodies, the pharmaceutical industry and patients and their families, to develop and deliver world class research and training to drive contemporary understanding and practice related to infections in children.

We are involved in research projects globally that operate along the scientific priorities: HIV & viral infection, severe sepsis and antimicrobial resistance, infection in pregnancy and neglected or emerging childhood infections. We do not just carry out clinical trials, but cohort studies collaboration and pregnancy studies.

Our research embraces basic, pharmacological, clinical, social and population sciences.

Our operational model is based on networking, independence, transparency and commitment.

We continue to build on our existing partnerships and seek out potential new collaborations to further our work.

Keep up to date with the latest Penta news

CURRENT PENTA STUDIES AROUND THE WORLD

ALWAYS EXPANDING

The Penta ID Network continues to grow, bringing together patients and their care-givers worldwide to address a wide range of healthcare issues.

110

CLINICAL SITES

31

COUNTRIES

30

YEARS OF ACTIVITY

24

EU FUNDED PROJECTS

PARTNERSHIPS

Founded in 1950, Doctors with Africa CUAMM is now Italy's leading non-governmental organisation working to protect and improve the wellbeing and health of vulnerable communities in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The Global Antibiotic Research & Development Partnership (GARDP) is a not-for-profit R&D organization that addresses global public health needs by developing and delivering new or improved antibiotic treatments, while endeavouring to ensure their sustainable access.
The INSERM-SC10 clinical trials unit was created to enhance the cooperative effort between clinicians and biologists involved in HIV therapeutic trials and to develop this endeavour on a European scale.
The MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL is at the forefront of resolving internationally important questions in infections and cancer, and delivering swifter and more effective translation of scientific research into patient benefits.
IRD-CMU Collaboration is an international collaborative research program that aims to help improve HIV prevention and care at the family level through clinical research, focusing primarily on prevention of mother-to-child transmission.
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