Pasteur Institute was founded in 1921. Founder and first director was
dr Adolf Hempt, whose vaccine (nerve tissue) against rabies was used in Europe since late 80` XX century.
Pasteur Institute in Novi Sad today is National Reference Laboratory for Rabies, which work on rabies diagnosis and prevention for humans and animals, producing and distribution of HRIG and statistics of rabies cases in Serbia. Pasteur Institute is member of RABNET WHO sponsored international network for rabies information.
Pasteur Institute in Novi Sad is EU approved laboratory for FAVN test (Fluorescent Antibody Virus Neutralisation). Test is the method of choice for determining the levels of antibody to rabies virus in pets serum.
6. Jun 2018.
New Leadership in Pasteur Institute of Novi Sad
Nenad Vranješ MD, has been promoted as the New Director of Pasteur Institute of Novi Sad
by the Government of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
8. March 2018.
Continuous medical education held for first time at the Memorial House of the founder of the Pasteur Institute
Dr. Adolf Hempt
In the goal of educational activities which serve to maintain, develop, or increase the knowledge, skills, and professional performance of medical doctors, medical technicians, nurses, doctors of veterinary medicine, and vet technicians a series of lectures was held by the Pasteur Institute's medical team.
The present colleagues and colleagues had the opportunity to listen to lectures in the authentic ambience of an area of extremely high cultural and historical significance.
The participants were welcomed in the Memorial House of the founder of the Pasteur Institute – Dr Adolf Hempt by the director of the Pasteur Institute Dušan Lalošević MD PhD, after which the first lecture was held by Head of the Department for Monitoring and Exploration of Rabies and other zoonoses, Nenad Vranješ MD on the topic of Rabies prophylaxis in Serbia. After a brief coffee break, Head of the Department for Microbiological and Other Diagnostics, Srđan Stankov MD introduced the participants to the techniques of the diagnosis of rabies and the specifics that it implies in order to understand the need for adequate handling of material sent as suspected to the rabies.
The final lecture on the topic of other zoonoses transmitted by dogs, cats and wild canines was held by Dušan Lalošević MD PhD, followed by a discussion between the participants and the lecturers who concluded and stated that Paster's Institute, with its team of experts, is always there for its colleagues and ready for cooperation in order to achieve the best possible health care of the population of the Republic of Serbia.
20. November 2017.
Delegation of Pasteur Institute on 10th Balkans congress of microbiology
MICROBILOGIA BALKANICA 2017
Microbiologia Balkanica represents traditional scientific and educational manifestation where microbiology experts from the countries of Balkan meet to exchange the latest information from their professional and scientific researches. This year's gathering took place in Sofia (Bulgaria) from 16th to 18th November, organized by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Microbiology `` Stefan Angelov`` under the auspices of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS) and Balkan Society for Microbiology. In order to maintain high quality healthcare and research activity, the delegation of Pasteur Institute Novi Sad, represented by Dušan Lalošević MD PhD, Dragana Vujin MSc in Biology, Milan Miljević MSc in Biology and Pavle Banović MD took participation on this congress. As an active participants, Dušan Lalošević held a lecture on the current laboratory diagnostics of tissue helminthic zoonoses in Serbia, while Milan Miljević presented the results of the study on the topic -
Dušan Lalošević MD PhD
Milan Miljević MSc
Rabies surveillance information for animals, Republic of Serbia, during 2017.
Rabies surveillance information for animals, Republic of Serbia, during 2016.
Rabies surveillance information for animals, Republic of Serbia, during 2015.