Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris, AP-HP is the biggest teaching hospital in Europe, federating 44 different hospitals and groups of hospitals mainly located in Paris and its suburban area.
With more than 19000 medical staff, 3000 hospital physicians, including 1000 professors and more than 6000 residents and medical students, APHP staff cover all the major medical specialties. As public health institution, APHP pursues 3 main missions: healthcare delivery, medical and paramedical teaching and biomedical and clinical research. APHP teams develop high quality research activities, including European and International Research projects. In particular, APHP is involved and/or coordinates more than 54 European research projects supported by the Research and Technological Development Research Programme from the European Union.
The pediatric pharmacology and pharmacogenetics department (Robert Debré Hospital), directed by Evelyne Jacqz-Aigrain, has a long-standing experience in paediatric pharmacology, drug safety studies and coordination of clinical trials in children and neonates with a track record on collaboration projects
APHP will lead the WP7-Thematic Platform on Paediatric Pharmacology, will contribute to the context analysis in WP3 and will provide additional expertise in WP6 (Biomarkers) and WP8 (Formulation).
Main tasks in the project:
AP-HP will lead the WP7-Paediatric Pharmacology, will contribute to the context analysis in WP3 and will provide additional expertise in WP6 (Biomarkers) and WP8 (Formulation). It will participate also in WP2, WP4, WP10.