16 January 2017

The Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology has received Horizon 2020 funding for the creation of Paediatric Clinical Research Infrastructure Network (PedCRIN).

The goal of this Network is to facilitate Multi-center International Pediatric drug trials, with the ultimate goal to provide effective and safe drug therapy to children.

Radboudumc is partner in this 3.3. million euro project, which is coordinated by ECRIN the European Clinical Research Infrastructure Network.

Photo: Prof. Saskia de Wildt, Dept. of Clinical Pharmacology.


 

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