EURION

European Cluster to Improve Identification of Endocrine Disruptors

1 call

‘New testing and screening methods to identify endocrine disrupting chemicals’

2 coordinators

Utrecht University (NL ) & INSERM (FR) in the first 18 months of the cluster

8 projects

Each focusing on a different aspect of new testing and screening methods to identify EDs

about the cluster

The SCREENED project is part of the EURION cluster along with 7 other projects.  In order to optimize synergies and avoid overlaps between the projects selected for funding from the call SC1-BHC-27-2018 ‘New testing and screening methods to identify endocrine disrupting chemicals’, the 8 selected projects joined forces.

The cluster is named EURION for “European Cluster to Improve Identification of Endocrine Disruptors”, and it was launched on January 1st 2019.

 

CLUSTER COMPOSITION

athena

Coordinator: Brunel University London (UK)

Assays for the identification of Thyroid Hormone axis-disrupting chemicals: Elaborating Novel Assessment strategies

edcmet
Coordinator: University of Eastern Finland (FI)

Metabolic effects of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals: novel testing METhods and adverse outcome pathways

endpoints
Coordinator: Karolinska Institutet (SE)

Novel Testing Strategies for Endocrine Disruptors in the Context of Developmental NeuroToxicity

ergo
Coordinator: Syddansk Universitetet (DK)

Breaking down the wall between human health and environmental testing of endocrine disrupters: EndocRine Guideline Optimisation

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athena
Coordinator: Universiteit Utrecht (NL)

Female Reproductive toxicity of EDCs: a human evidence-based screening and Identification Approach

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edcmet

Coordinator: Universiteit Utrecht (NL)

Generation Of NoveL, Integrated and Internationally Harmonised Approaches for Testing Metabolism Disrupting Compounds

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ergo

Coordinator: INSERM (FR)

An integrative strategy of testing systems for identification of Endocrine Disrupters related to metabolic disorders
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