ANTIGONE involves fourteen academic partners from seven European Member states. It is a truly multidisciplinary consortium, bringing together human medicine and veterinary medicine, including leading scientists that have operated throughout their careers at the crossroads of human and animal health. As such, ANTIGONE exemplifies the necessary collaboration between both research domains in order to identify the factors promoting the pandemic potential of zoonotic pathogens, informing improved pandemic preparedness, prediction and intervention strategies. Moreover, ANTIGONE shows complementarity along the dimension of scientific disciplines, where virologists, microbiologists, bacteriologists, pathologists, immunologists, epidemiologists, ecologists, anthropologists, entomologists, informaticians, mathematical modelers and structural biologists collaborate in one integrated project.

Erasmus MC
  • Viroscience Lab: Thijs Kuiken (Coordinator), Ab Osterhaus, Ron Fouchier, Marion Koopmans
Institut Pasteur
  • Virology: Unit Antiviral Strategies/ Noël Tordo
Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency
  •  Viral zoonoses and Vector borne diseases: Tony Fooks
  • Avian Virology and Mammalian Influenza group: Ian Brown
  • Centre for Epidemiology and Risk Analysis: Andrew Breed
  • Pathogenesis and Control: Roberto La Ragione
UniversitaetsKlinikum Bonn
University of Cambridge
Universidad Castilla – La Mancha
  • Department of Wildlife health: Christian Gortazar
  • Genomics, Proteomics and Biotechnology Group: Jose De la Fuente
Institute of Zoology
Academic Medical Center
Friedrich Loeffler Institut
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 
University of South Bohemia
  • U758, Filovirus Laboratory: Viktor Volchkov
Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique
Universitaetsklinikum Muenster