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    General enquiries: info@proeurodilinet.eu


    Dr Raul ANDRADE
    Chair

    Prof Guruprasad AITHAL
    Vice Chair

    Dr Rossella MAGLI
    Science officer

    Ms Nathalie WARENGHIEN
    Administrative officer

    News

    Virtual networking tools additional support

    The derogation for the use of online tools to allow networks to continue sharing knowledge and ideas in a safe and effective manner, has been extended to the current grant period (01/05/2020 until 30/04/2021), up to the cost of 500 euros excluding VAT.

    More information here: Virtual networking tools additional support

    NEW JOB OFFER

    PhD opportunity at the University of Edinburgh – Integrative Toxicology

    Fully-funded PhD available START DATE OCT 2020 (or as CV19 allows) in the area of POR and NAFLD-DILI (see Figure below) – entitled:“Engineering a novel cell-based human liver CYP450 oxidoreductase knockout model for early detection of reactive metabolite liabilities in drug development”. See ‘Infographic’ below.

    The PhD is a cross-college collaboration with Medicine at QMRI, Edinburgh – with a generous stipend.

    The studentship is for a fixed period of funding of 3.5 years, subject to satisfactory progression, and which is not extendable.

    The studentship includes:

    • Tuition fees paid at the UK/EU rate.

    • A stipend (42 months in total; 48 months max):

    _Year 1 – (19/20) – £17,233.00 _
    _Year 2 – (20/21) – £17,664.00 _
    _Year 3 – (21/22) – £18,106.00 _
    _Year 4 – (22/23) (6 MONTHS) – £9,279.50_

    Supervisors are me, Profs Alistair Elfick (Bioengineering) and Jonathan Fallowfield (UoE Hepatology [1] – we also have access to the patient NAFLD biopsies from the Lothian NRS Human Annotated Bioresource [2]). A 4th Supervisor can be added.

    Attachment:

    * Liver-fibrosis_wound-healing_ImmuneReg_NatureRevImmunol_2014.pdf

    * https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6876711 

    ‘Infographic’

    Fig.1 Integrative toxicology training scheme; Key training objectives

    ▪ Develop a broad skillset in biological engineering, biochemical and toxicology techniques
    ▪ Genome editing: Develop POR-KO clonal cell lines

    ▪ Utilize in vitro modelling (DILI/ disease) approaches to investigate the systems above | Imaging techniques

    ▪ Undergo an integrative training in genomics | phenotypic/ metabolic profiling and hepatotoxicology

    ▪ Training in screening for chemically reactive metabolites at the University of Edinburgh

    ▪Training in data integration/ bioinformatics

     

    NOTICE OF COST KAUNAS MEETING CANCELLATION

    The safety and well-being of all COST Kaunas Meeting participants is our priority.

    Given the severity of this global health issue, we  have determined that is in the best interest of all to cancel this meeting.

    We will keep you updated soon about the new dates.

     

    NEWSLETTER CA-17112 DECEMBER 2019

     

     

    Inauguration Málaga COST Meeting 2019

    COST press release (Málaga)

    COST press release (Nottingham)