Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever project: modern approaches to diagnostics, epidemiology, prevention, therapy and preparedness.
The CCH fever research network will investigate and integrate multidisciplinary research activities proceeding from different specialties (basic virology, antiviral drug and vaccine development, epidemiology, genetic analysis, field diagnostics and medical training) in order to contribute to develop improved diagnostics and surveillance/control measures, effective prevention, and therapy strategies.


End of the CCH Fever project - April 2015

The CCH Fever project finished on April 30th 2015.

The consortium still continues to work together on focused activities, with no funds from the FP7 programme. For any question referring to CCH Fever, please use the contact section.


The CCH fever project has been conceived as an integrated approach to improve the basic know ledge on CCH Fever virus in regards to its biology, pathogenesis, vaccine development, therapeutic and integrated control measures.

The CCH fever project is coordinated by the Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control (SMI, Stockholm). It aims to build on existing leading edge expertise in Europe, Asia, USA and Africa, and to bring together new constellations of scientists to work towards solving important public health and medical problems concerning Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever.

CCH fever presentation leaflet



CCH fever is a European research network (Collaborative Project) supported by the European Commission