EULER is, by definition, committed to high-level research in its areas of expertise, namely public health and development.

It is part and parcel of EULER’s educational philosophy to train students with a proven ability and record to write publishable-grade papers.  

Everyone at both EULER and EUCLID strives to make a contribution to applied research and policy. 

As an intergovernmental institute, EULER makes regular contributions to the Intergovernmental Research and Policy Journal.

EULER is a EUCLID institute established under Section X.6 of the EUCLID Statutes (as registered and published by the United Nations Treaty Series)

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