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Twelfth EPTRI Newsletter!

Dear Colleagues,

I am happy to share with you the October issue of the EPTRI Newsletter which sees the EPTRI participation in several important paediatric research initiatives.

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Eleventh EPTRI Newsletter!

EPTRI is working to enhance the whole paediatric research framework at EU level, which is now at a very crucial point, and to make these efforts valuable in the interest of children’s health.

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Tenth EPTRI Newsletter!

Marialuisa Lavitrano, ID-EPTRI WP6 Leader, has been appointed as a Director with a three years mandate in the board of directors of European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Association to support the EU’s Open Science policy and European Data Strategy.

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Ninth EPTRI Newsletter!

Manifesto for Paediatric Research

Orphan and paediatric medicines share very similar challenges; however, some overlaps currently exist between the Regulation for medicines for rare diseases and the Regulation for medicines for children.

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Eighth EPTRI Newsletter!

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to welcome you to the eighth newsletter of the EPTRI project. As you know, EPTRI has just completed the design phase and tested both scientific concept and technical maturity and feasibility

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Seventh EPTRI Newsletter!

Dear All,

We have entered in the last month of this exciting journey that is the ID-EPTRI project, which allowed setting the basis for a new research infrastructure dedicated to paediatric research. This is not the end but just the beginning of a new phase in which we hope you all together will continue supporting the development of the European Paediatric Translational Research Infrastructure.

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Newsletter March 2020 – Special Issue

Dear colleagues, dear friends,

As you know Europe and the world are facing a big challenge against the SARS-CoV-2 and thousands of people from different European countries are working together to keep our patients and families safe. It is in an occasion like this that we can see the situation first-hand and understand how putting together resources, facilities and expertise can help researchers to achieve results.

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Sixth EPTRI Newsletter!

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to welcome you to the sixth newsletter of the EPTRI project.

As you know, after two years of intense and fruitful work, we are approaching to the final phases of the project. However, the next months must not be absolutely considered as the end of our work, but rather a new start to build the European Paediatric Translational Research Infrastructure.

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Fifth EPTRI Newsletter!

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to welcome you to the fifth newsletter of the EPTRI project.
As you know, the project is thriving and we are laying the ground of this future research infrastructure, starting from the results collected during the context analysis that allowed us to define the services that we, as platforms, could provide.

 

 

 

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Fourth EPTRI Newsletter!

Dear Friends,

I am very pleased to welcome you to the fourth newsletter of the EPTRI (European Paediatric Translational Research Infrastructure) project. Before the summer break, we would like to share with you some updates about EPTRI and other events of your interest. Please take some time and enjoy the content of this newsletter.

 

 

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