Center for Research on the Ecology and Evolution of Diseas
Scientific research centre brings together several researchers around the world
Scientists analyze living bodies, bacteria and their transfer
Researchers' work sheds light on the transmission of diseases between animals
A public body, the CREES Montpellier Ecology Evolution Diseases carries out multidisciplinary research
The mission of Centre Research Ecology Evolution Diseases Montpellier is to advance science by providing knowledge from field analyzes
The knowledge and the grouping of the experimental data makes it possible to better understand the phenomena of disease transmission
The objective remains the development of vaccines against new diseases and today Covid 19
The annual activity report is used to inform the scientific community about the work and research in progress
Researchers from CREES Montpellier Disease Ecology are at the service of research by going beyond borders
The crees of Montpellier analyzes biology, particles and viruses in animals
The man is his society are the themes that drive the research of CREES Montpellier Infectious Diseases
Ecology and environment are the key words of researchers from the Centre Research Ecology Evolution Diseases
Researchers at CREES Montpellier Infectious Diseases should use their knowledge of mathematics, physics and chemistry to carry out their research
Researchers are focused on the sciences of tomorrow
The CREES Montpellier Ecology Evolution Diseases has joined forces with universities to provide them with assistance in the field of scientific research
Researchers from CREES Montpellier Infectious Diseases are international players in all countries
The creeds disseminate their knowledge to their scientific meetings
Many writings or websites allow the Montpellier crees to transmit their conclusions on research on viruses
The Centre Research Ecology Evolution Diseases believes that we are in an unprecedented climate change wedge, research has its place
Two crises are ahead and are essential, that of ecology and that of the health crisis that is hitting us
A mass extinction of biodiversity all over the planet which affects all animals, this is the fear of the Ecology Evolution Infectious Diseases
An emergence of serious pathogens requires highly developed research by our researchers Ecology Evolution Infectious Diseases
Ecosystems are greatly threatened, our researchers from CREES Montpellier Infectious Diseases are increasing their analytical work
This change favors certain animal spaces, others which do not offer enough resistance disappear.
In this context, CREES Montpellier Ecology Evolution Diseases strengthens its knowledge allowing the implementation of methods to manage these crises.
Research is developed in close agreement with ecologists, expert biologists from CREES Montpellier Disease Ecology
Collaborations are supported between all researchers, environmentalists, veterinarians, biologists
During congresses, information is disseminated by Centre Research Ecology Evolution Diseases Montpellier by the press highlighting research advances
Ecological sciences go far beyond the contact of infectious diseases encountered throughout the world, Ecology Evolution Infectious Diseases
The evolution of medicine is closely linked to the conclusions of environmental and ecological research delivered by CREES Montpellier Infectious Diseases
Crees' research axes are essentially the evolution of the science of ecosystems and diseases
Experiments and trials allow us to make progress and improve our knowledge of the evolution of man
In order to progress, it is necessary to combine the technique of environmental analysis with scientific knowledge
The CREES Montpellier Ecology Evolution Diseases Montpellier team are on the ground to carry out all the analyzes and cross-checking of observations.
The philosophy of Crees is above all to advance science by observing and analyzing the environment
Specialized laboratories allow all kinds of ecological analyzes to be carried out in real time
Researchers show great autonomy to ensure the development of scientific results
Funds are allocated to CREES Montpellier Disease Ecology in order to fully invest in high-level scientific approaches
Our teams at the Centre Research Ecology Evolution Diseases try to understand the transmission of diseases in animals in order to control the contamination process
Controlling the transfer of infectious diseases helps advance science for humans
We have different programs focused on the ecology and transmission of viral or microbial diseases
Our teams from Crees, Ecology Evolution Health Research Centre crisscross Central Africa to analyze animal behavior and the chain of disease transmission
The new viruses are the subject of special attention by our researchers at CREES Montpellier Ecology Evolution Diseases motivated by Ecology Evolution Infectious Diseases
The Covid 19 virus is also in the sights of our researchers to consider a vaccine
The ecology and evolution of parasites represent the axes of analysis of our researchers at CREES Montpellier Infectious Diseases
Research is directed towards the link that exists between living organisms and new viruses.
Our teams from CREES Montpellier Ecology Evolution Diseases Montpellier are motivated to maintain scientific regulatory watch by combining mathematics and physics
Any environmental change is subject to a deep analysis of ecology and pests
Each virus lifestyle is analyzed and classified in order to better understand their evolution and how to treat them, this is the objective of CREES Montpellier Disease Ecology
entre for Research on the Ecology and Evolution of DiseaSes
The Centre for Research on the Ecology and Evolution of Diseases (CREES) brings together a multidisciplinary community of ecologists and evolutionary biologists working on a wide range of systems at
different scales of biological organisation to study the complexity of factors and processes underlying disease and disease transmission.
The CREES is based in Montpellier, a leading site for ecology and evolution research in France and a major hub for health sciences in Europe.
CREES researchers in the news
Mircea Sofonea shares his expert opinion in the local press on government imposed lockdown restrictions. (in french only)
Third Journée Scientifique'
Our 3rd JS took place (virtually) on the 13th October with talks by Marie Buysse(Heritable symbioses in ticks) and Ana Rivero
(Drug resistance and Malaria Transmission)
The CREES focuses on the ecological and evolutionary factors and processes underlying disease and disease transmission.
The CREES includes research staff employed by the CNRS, IRD and the University of Montpellier.
The CREES is a dynamic research environment. Join us!
The CREES members contribute actively to research training and education at all academic levels.