Maduwage, K., Silva, A., O’Leary, M.A., Hodgson, W.C. and Isbister, G.K., 2016. Efficacy of Indian polyvalent snake antivenoms against Sri Lankan snake venoms: lethality studies or clinically focussed in vitro studies.Scientific Reports, 6, p.26778. Abstract In vitro antivenom efficacy studies were compared to rodent lethality studies to test two Indian snake antivenoms (VINS and BHARAT) … Continue Reading »
Twelve team members participated at the 14th Annual Scientific Congress of the APAMT, representing South Asian Clinical Toxicology Research Collaboration. Our members were recognized with a number of awards including: Best Oral Presentation: Dr. N. K. Anjana Silva Travel Scholarships: Dr. Kalana Maduwage, Vindya Pathiraja President Elect of the APAMT: Prof. Indika Gawarammana SACTRC was also selected as … Continue Reading »
World Suicide Prevention Day SACTRC is proud to be a part of the IASP (International Association for Suicide Prevention) initiative for World Suicide Prevention Day Light a Candle near a Window at 8 PM to show your support for suicide prevention, to remember a lost loved one, and for the survivors of suicide. View the card … Continue Reading »
A New MOU was signed between the South Asian Clinical Toxicology Research Collaboration and the University of Peradeniya on Tuesday, 04 August 2015. The signing was attended by Prof. Shanta Hennayake – Acting Vice Chancellor University of Peradeniya, Prof. Andrew Dawson – Director of Community Research Studies SACTRC and Prof. Indika Gawarammana – Director of Clinical Research Studies SACTRC.