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The Nonclinical Drug Safety department located in Ridgefield, CT, USA, will be leading Boehringer Ingelheim’s contributions to the imSAVAR project.
Role within Project
- Performance of patient-derived versus healthy volunteer derived CRAs for diverse drug-induced mechanisms
- Contributing to irAOP generation
- Select suitable in vitro cell culture assays, perform these assays, analyze CR and immune cell activation
- Profiling of human and cross species comparative transcriptomic analysis of immune cell in support of biomarker discovery
- Part of managing board