C-Path's Transplant Therapeutics Consortium Receives EMA Qualification Opinion for iBox Scoring System
The iBox Scoring System is a composite endpoint of kidney graft function that utilizes multiple clinical, histological and serum biomarkers for the early prediction of graft failure, including measures of renal function (eGFR and proteinuria) and immunologic response to the graft (donor-specific antibody), with or without direct assessment of allograft health through histopathology (Banff lesion scores). The TTC has been key in advancing the application of the iBox Scoring System from an online assessment of graft function utilized by physicians and researchers to a robust online system now accepted as an efficacy endpoint in clinical trials.
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The Transplant Therapeutics Consortium (TTC) was launched in April 2017 and co-founded by the
The Critical Path Institute (C-Path) is an independent, nonprofit organization established in 2005 as a public and private partnership. C-Path's mission is to catalyze the development of new approaches that advance medical innovation and regulatory science, accelerating the path to a healthier world. An international leader in forming collaborations, C-Path has established numerous global consortia that currently include more than 1,600 scientists from government and regulatory agencies, academia, patient organizations, disease foundations, and hundreds of pharmaceutical and biotech companies. C-Path
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