Institut Pasteur du Cambodge

Institut Pasteur in Cambodia is a Cambodian non-for-profit institute created in 1953 to contribute to diagnosis, research and prevention of infectious diseases. Our Institute is part of the Institut Pasteur International network comprising 33 members in 26 countries. 220 persons work in our Institute including foreign researchers and more than 25 Cambodian and international students.

Our Institut carries on three missions:
First, research at International level in infectious diseases: clinical research, microbiology, immunology, epidemiology, entomology, in close partnership with the Ministry of Health and international institutes related to Cambodian health priorities and to emerging infectious diseases.

Second, services and support to the public in compliance with the highest international quality standards, for patients, hospitals, companies and governmental bodies with a medical Laboratory (International standards ISO 15189 accreditation in process, 2018), an international vaccination center for children and adults with more than 20 different vaccines – a rabies vaccination center and a free confidential HIV counselling and testing center. We also offer a laboratory of environment and food safety (microbiological and chemical food and water analysis, as well audit, advices, and trainings).

Our third mission is teaching and training Cambodian and International students and professionals with participation to master, engineering, PhD programs, scientific conferences and post-graduate education, expertise and advice provided to Cambodian and International health authorities.


#5, Preah Monivong Boulevard, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia

Tel: 023 426 009 (Administration and Research)