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With the previously introduced ESRs already fully engaged in their research projects, we are pleased to announce that five additional ESRs have begun their research. Let’s take a look at who they are and what they intend to investigate.
The impact of advanced age and age-related diseases on drug absorption is little researched. Make a difference by joining the AGePOP network as an Early Stage Researcher!
Over the last few months five Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) joined their hosts and started working on their research projects. Curious to learn more about them? Get to know Henriette Hummler, Theodora Tzakri, Adam Asteriadis, Dorota Sarwinska, and Donnia Robins and read about their individual research projects in AGePOP.
The AGePOP European Training Network will provide 11 Early Stage Researchers with multidisciplinary instruction to train them as the future experts in drug development for geriatric patients and older people. They will be conducting much needed research on the drug absorption, physiological alterations and characteristics of the gastrointestinal tract specifically in the advanced age population.
Official start of AGePOP project
AGePOP Kick-off meeting
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The Early Stage Researchers will be trained by multi-disciplinary, European partners. The 6 Beneficiaries and 8 Partner Organisations bring together expertise from academia, industry and clinics for this multidisciplinary training and research programme.