Science in emergencies: UK lessons from Ebola Contents

Published written evidence

The following written evidence was received and can be viewed on the Committee’s inquiry web page at www.parliament.uk/science. EME numbers are generated by the evidence processing system and so may not be complete.

1Academy of Medical Sciences and The Royal Society (EME011)

2Academy of Social Sciences (EME006)

3British Society for Immunology (EME004)

4Epidemic Diseases Research Group at the University of Oxford (EME016)

5Department of Health (EME021)

6HMG Department of Health (EME008)

7Institute of Development Studies (EME017)

8Medical Research Council (EME014)

9Microbiology Society and the Society for Applied Microbiology (EME013)

10MicroPharm Limited (EME003)

11Ministry of Defence (EME020)

12NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Emerging and Zoonotic Infections (EME07)

13Pirbright Institute (EME002)

14Professor Adrian Hill, The Jenner Institute, University of Oxford (EME018)

15Professor John McCauley (EME005)

16Professor Trudie Lang (EME010)

17Public Health England (EME012, EME019)

18Science Media Centre (EME09)

19University of Worcester (EME001)

20Wellcome Trust (EME015)




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Prepared 21 January 2016