Thursday, 22nd February 2018
The Netherlands
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REACTION! project in the latest news

New articles have been uploaded to the website. 

The REACTION! project has officially ended. We want to thank all contributors and beneficiaries that helped us achieve the results we all worked together on over the past years. With no less than 25 scientific publications and very hopeful strategies to treat Ebola with Favipiravir the project has been a succes. The experiences our researchers lived by initiating the JIKI-trial and during this trial have left an enormous impression to us all. With these experiences we hope to improve healthcare throughout West-Africa and other regions where the Ebola-crisis happened, and to be prepared for a next outbreak.

Further we are very grateful for the European Commission backing our project throughout its lifetime. 

The REACTION! Consortium met in Paris - Charles de Gaulle Airport for the Final Consortium Meeting. Latest results were shared and the researchers made plans for future research.

New articles have been uploaded to the website. 

New articles have been uploaded to the website. We want to congratulate all the authors with their publications.

An Amendment request for extension of the REACTION! Project has been granted by the European Commission.

Today is the second day of the Consortium Meeting, held at INSERM's Laboaratoire Jean Mérieux in Lyon, France.

The Scientific & Ethical Advisory Board will join the discussion on the Project's progress. Furthermore Prof. dr. Raoul, WP leader of Work Package 5, will present the progress regarding Dissemination & Publications in scope of the REACTION! Project. Additionally the movie of the JIKI Clinical Trial premiered today. The movie will be available on this website soon .

On Wednesday 15-06-2016 the Consortium Meeting of REACTION! was held at INSERM's Laboaratoire Jean Mérieux in Lyon, France. The Consortium Meeting's objective is to discuss progress and future planned activities. Speakers of today are:

  • WP1: Prof. dr. Malvy
  • WP2: Prof. dr. le Marcis
  • WP3: Prof. dr. de Lamballerie
  • WP4: Dr. Graw, Dr. Madelain, Prof dr. Mentre
  • WP6: Mr. van Beelen

Find more information on the Consortium Meeting in attached Participant Information.

Prof. dr. Nguyen has transferred his work from the University of Amsterdam to the Graduate Institute in Geneva. With his reallocation the lead of the Work Package have been allocated to Graduate Institute Geneva (IHEID).

Vice News reports on the situation of the Ebola Outbreak in Guinea. In the article Prof. dr. Le Marcis, who is working in Guinea in scope of the REACTION! project, isbeing quoted. Read the full article here: