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Committee members recognized by SOT, Collaborative Acute Toxicity Modeling Suite (CATMoS) now available, and registration open for webinar on non-animal approaches for inhalation toxcity testing.
As the most trusted source of toxicology knowledge, the National Toxicology Program advances new testing strategies, builds confidence in results.
The meeting, held online due to Winter Storm Diego, addressed translation of NTP research into regulatory, government, and scientific arenas.
Postdoctoral opportunities available, and paper describing NICEATM collaboration honored by Society of Toxicology speciality section.
The NIEHS and NTP director shared updates on NIEHS scientific advances and answered questions about topics such as BPA and climate change.
Nicole Kleinstreuer, Ph.D., and others were honored for their work toward replacing animals in toxicity testing.
NTP-led collection of papers evaluated cell-based models, zebrafish, and other approaches for rapid screening of thousands of chemicals.
NICEATM and ICCVAM activities at SOT, and March workshop to focus on use of dogs in research.
View the list of NIEHS and NTP scientific presentatations at the SOT 58th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo.
Analysis finds moderate level of evidence that workplace exposure is associated with increased risk of miscarriage and genetic damage
The National Toxicology Program scientist is recognized as an outstanding toxicologist and mentor in the area of birth defects research.
NTP is part of a new interagency research collaboration to foster more novel, human-relevant safety testing methods
Advisors explored the National Toxicology Program’s role as the field transforms to a more predictive science.
A panel of experts agreed with National Toxicology Program conclusions on long-term neurological effects of exposure to nerve agent.
11th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences announces call for session proposals.
Scientists from NIEHS and the National Toxicology Program were busy throughout the event in Baltimore, discussing science, receiving awards, demystifying grants, and answering questions.
NIEHS trainees further their career development by using plain language to explain their research.
A brand new edition of the popular "Environment and Health A to Z" booklet includes eye-catching illustrations and easy-to-understand text.
ASCCT annual meeting set for September 25-26, registration and comments due May 10 for ICCVAM Public Form, and recent NICEATM and ICCVAM publications.
Linda Birnbaum told senators that chemicals known as PFAS persist in the environment and affect nearly every system in the human body.
Researchers from around the world shared insights into chronic kidney disease of unknown origin in agricultural communities.
Risks of e-cigs and vaping, role of oxidative stress in cancer, and more were featured by the Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society.
National Toxicology Program scientists, NIEHS grantees, and colleagues developed a quick way to screen substances for carcinogenicity.
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