International cooperation is an important component of science and technology activities and it has played a positive role in promoting WIV's science and technology advancement and enhancing the contribution of our research achievements to the local economic growth. International cooperation is instrumental for research program and management personnel to get timely informed about the material development trend in the world. It also provides support for the decision making process that defines major strategic goals of our research plans.

As the National International Collaboration Center, WIV facilitate medium- and long-term international collaboration with the approach to strengthen science and technology ties with European countries, to extend its collaboration with developing countries, as well as to explore the model of collaboration with developed countries like U.S.A, and to enhance collaboration and dialog with relevant international organizations. After years of development, we have establishes a lot of international partnerships.


University of Alabama

University of North Texas

EcoHealth Alliance

Harvard University

The National Institutes of Health, the United States

National Wildlife Federation


International Development Research Center 



Umé University

Novo Nordisk Research Centre

Université d’Aix-Marseille

University of Duisburg-Essen

Institut Pasteur, France

University of Southampton

Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, Campus Univ, Spain

St George's University of London

Wagenigen Agriculture University

Lyon P4 Laboratory, France



INSERM Jean Merieux



Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore

Biological Research Center, Defense Science and Technology Organization, Pakistan

National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan

Institution Novartis, Singapore

National Engineering and Scientific Commission, Islambad



Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

Kenya National Museum



Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization


International Organizations

European Union

Food and Agriculture Organization, UN

World Health Organization