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2nd Workshop

TransQST 2nd Workshop took place in Ludwigshafen (Germany) in September 2017

The 2nd workshop took place on the 28th and 29th of September 2017, in Ludwigshafen at AbbVie premises (Germany). This workshop was scheduled as follow up on the 1st Workshop, January 2017. The goals of this 2nd workshop were focused on the evaluation that all WPs have been doing during these early months of the […]

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EAB and SAB members

TransQST announces the Ethics and Scientific Advisory Boards members in July 2017

The TransQST consortium is pleased to announce the members of the TransQST Ethics Advisory Board (EAB) and the TransQST Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). To achieve the TransQST objectives, the consortium will use pre-existing data wherever possible but will, on occasion, require access to human/animal biofluid samples and tissue biopsies in order to back-fill data gaps […]

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WP5-WP6 Meeting

TransQST WP5-WP6 Meeting was held in Leiden (the Netherlands) in March 2017

WP5 and WP6 joint for a meeting hosted by the University of Leiden on the 24th of March 2017. Representatives of both work packages discussed on the understanding of how and what a multi-scale model is for the Liver (WP5) or Kidney (WP6) organs. This first face-to-face meeting was organized to develop a Roadmap for […]

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Kick off meeting

TransQST kick off Meeting was held in Barcelona (Spain) in January 2017

The Kick off Meeting of the TransQST project took place on the 23rd and 24th of January 2017 in the city of Barcelona, and counted with the attendance of the representatives of the whole Consortium. The new European five-year research project, Translational Quantitative Systems Toxicology to improve the understanding of the safety medicines (TransQST), was launched […]

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News Release

€16M cash boost for adverse drug reaction research

A new European research project has been launched which aims to improve the understanding of adverse drug reactions (ADR) and the approach of systems modelling approaches to drug safety. A new €16m European research project has been launched which aims to improve the understanding of adverse drug reactions and the approach of systems modelling approaches […]

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