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    Partner Offer in the Field of in Vitro Modeling of Toxicological Safety

    Published on 17 June 2014
    Author: Marlen Damjanovic, National Contact Point Health, Demographic Change & Wellbeing

    The SME Xpressgenomics, the Centre for Translational and Clinical Research at Tartu University and the Software Technology and Competence Centre (STACC) in Estonia are willing to join a research project under health, demographic change and wellbeing

    All three institutions have formed a „mini-consortsium“ for in-vitro modelling of toxicological safety and seek participation in a larger consortium submitting a proposal to the following Horizon 2020 challenge health, demographic change and wellbeing  topic:

    • PHC 33-2015: New approaches to improve predictive human safety testing

    If you are interested, please contact Silver Traat at silver.traatstacc.ee

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