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24 March 2016

Consortium Partner Merck at BSP Spring Meeting

Consortium partner Merck will be present at the Spring Meeting of the British Society for Parasitology (BSP), held at Imperial College London from April...

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27 January 2016

From the Program Leader

The Pediatric Praziquantel program has progressed well in 2015, thanks to the great commitment of the consortium partners, the important contribution from...

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27 January 2016

News Digest

This new section, News Digest, provides you with need-to-know news on neglected diseases.

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27 January 2016

Merck increases its contribution to the Pediatric Praziquantel Consortium

After completion of the Phase I bioavailability trials and of the taste study, the Pediatric Praziquantel Program is progressing to the Phase II development...

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27 January 2016

Consortium members presence at congresses

Members from the Pediatric Praziquantel Consortium have continued to showcase program progresses and to foster interactions with experts and stakeholders...

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27 January 2016

A short story about snails, worms and prawns

When my great colleague and snail expert David Rollinson from the Natural History Museum in London told me « no snails – no schisto », I realized how...

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27 January 2016

Consortium partner TI Pharma continues as Lygature

As of 1/1/2016 TI Pharma has joined forces with CTMM (Center for Translational Molecular Medicine), and continues as Lygature.

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23 December 2015

Symposium for International Research and Innovation in Schistosomiasis

The Consortium will be present at the Symposium for International Research and Innovation in Schistosomiasis (SIRIS) early February.

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13 August 2015

9th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health 2015

The Pediatric PZQ Consortium will have a significant presence at the 9th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health (ECTMIH 15:...

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