The ANRS has set up a tight-knit network of partnerships to ensure that the agency meets its objectives and priorities. These partnerships enable the ANRS to strengthen the interaction between science and society, to promote the transfer and application of results, and to facilitate access to new products useful for research.
Inserm (National Institute of Health and Medical Research)
IRD (Development Research Institute)
Cnrs (National Center for Scientific Research)
CEA (Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission)
IMEA (Institute for Medicine and Applied Epidemiology)
Since the creation of the ANRS, patient groups have been closely associated with its activities. Representatives of such groups are members of the vast majority of coordinated actions by the ANRS or of section committees. All clinical trial protocols are submitted for comments to patient groups and associations, which are also involved in communication regarding clinical trials and in disseminating information emanating from the ANRS to people infected by HIV or by viral hepatitis B and C.