Gaining acceptance of new test methods, such as better ways for predicting toxicity, involves changes on the part of many stakeholders.
Scientists from around the world are invited to help develop computer models to predict acute toxicity.
This year’s award winners, including mentor and fellow of the year, represent the full range of research at the institute.
Development of new in vivo models for toxicology was showcased at the annual North Carolina Society of Toxicology meeting Oct. 30 at NIEHS.
The Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society fall meeting highlighted links between genetic makeup and sensitivity to exposures.
NICEATM supports EPA meeting on plan for alternative testing methods and NICEATM scientist joins international expert groups on toxicity testing.
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