African-European Symposium: Challenges in Research Ethics Assessment, 13:00 – 18:00 CET, May 25th, 2021.

The symposium,  organised by The Embassy of Good Science, in collaboration with EUREC, BERC-Luso, AfriEthique, and LiberHetica, aims to facilitate the sharing of experiences and perspectives on research ethics assessment challenges between African and European experts. The symposium is organized into four sessions in which experts will present on challenges and solutions related to the theme of their session. […]

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Biomedical Ethics and Regulatory Capacity Building: International Dialogues

The LiberHetica and BERC-Luso consortia will meet on the 26th March 2021 to discuss about Biomedical Ethics and Regulatory Capacity Building in Sub-Saharan African countries. The LiberHetica and BERC-Luso are two projects funded by the European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) aimed at strenghting ethics and regulatory capacities for clinical trials by partnerships between African and European […]

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Gloria Mason, Director for the Liberia National Ethics Review Board and member of the LiberHetica, speaker at international seminars on ethics in data sharing

Proud to have Gloria Mason, Director for the Liberia National Ethics Review Board and member of the LiberHetica (http://liberhetica.org) project in the panel of joint online seminars examining the GFBR (Global Forum on Bioethics in Research) and PHEPREN (Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Ethics Network) ethics recommendations in the context of data sharing and […]

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AfriEthique

A European-African partnership aimed at improving the ethics and regulatory capacity of clinical research in Central African countries has successfully proposed its project (AfriHetique) to the European Commission (EDCTP). The partnership is coordinated by CANTAM, the Network of Excellence in clinical research for Central African region, lead by Prof. Francine Ntoumi.

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Liberia

With comments as “the project is likely to have a significant impact”, and “this project will make a substantial contribution to the expected impact”, the reviewers of the European Union agency EDCTP approved for funding another new project: “LiberHetica: increasing the ethics capacity of oversight for clinical trials in Liberia by establishing European-African collaborations that […]

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