The new year finds the REPO4EU team on tour!
After many meetings held in Europe in 2023, now professionals and scholars in drug repurposing, network medicine, and precision healthcare have a chance to meet REPO4EU experts far away from Europe, in Singapore and Australia.
REPO4EU is a Horizon Europe project aimed at establishing a European Platform for Drug Repurposing with global reach. ScienceOpen is a proud member of the REPO4EU consortium and actively supports the dissemination of knowledge and know-how in order to achieve the best potential results in drug repurposing.
During the next 6 years, 28 partners from 10 countries (the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Spain, Sweden, Romania, Belgium, Portugal, Switzerland, and the United States) will join forces to make REPO4EU a reality and create a unique platform for drug repurposing, pooling stakeholders and expertise at a global stage to create a made-in-Europe, fully-fledged infrastructure for drug repurposing. Stakeholders from Australia and Singapore have a chance now to learn more about the project and network with REPO4EU experts in January and February.
Save the Date: January 29th, 2024, in Singapore and February 1st, 2024, in Melbourne.
Meet the REPO4EU team in Singapore and Melbourne and explore Drug Repurposing Central on ScienceOpen, which presents the current content produced and promoted by this European project.
Drug Repurposing Central serves as an open science publishing and research portal, powered by ScienceOpen, which combines early and open access to research results as preprints, open peer review, open access publishing, alternative metrics, and an interactive bibliography of relevant research around drug repurposing.
- Learn more about the platform: Introducing Drug Repurposing Central
- Explore all the REPO4EU collections on Drug Repurposing Central: Drug Repurposing Central
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Don’t forget to start exploring and to follow the new collection on ScienceOpen.