Enhancing TRANslational SAFEty Assessment through Integrative Knowledge Management

Drug discovery and development is a knowledge-intensive process that clearly can benefit from integrative analysis of data from different types and that are produced by diverse organisations. These integrative approaches can facilitate decision making across the drug discovery and development pipeline, improving lead optimisation and enhancing risk assessment.

A pre-requisite for this is the availability of representative and high quality datasets. However, to maximally leverage these data, important challenges such as encouraging information sharing among competing organisations, or promoting adequate data quality control, standardisation and annotation are required.

The eTRANSAFE consortium brings together 26 organisations that mobilise an unprecedented capacity and resources and that are uniquely placed to leverage the experience of eTOX and other relevant EU projects and networks. The project partners are eight prestigious academic institutions, six highly skilled small-medium enterprises (SME), eleven pharmaceutical companies and one Partner in Research.



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eTRANSAFE was mentioned also in our faculty research newsletter. English version is available below the article.