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Deadline for 2020 SP is March 15

Last Call is approaching quickly


The deadline for submission of scientific proposals to the 2020 EUROTOX Copenhagen Congress is March 15.

Make sure to prepare and submit your proposals following the guidelines and official form both found in our website

We welcome submissions in line with the congress theme “Toxicology of the next generation – combined efforts in quest of safer chemicals and medicines” addressing topics dealing with advances in science, emerging technologies, as well as next generation toxicology testing platforms to ensure innovative ways to evaluate the safety of pharmaceuticals, chemicals and materials. 

EUROTOX@SOT


EUROTOX Executive Committee Members were at SOT this week to promote EUROTOX and the upcoming 2019 Helsinki Congress. Pictured Left to right (top row) Hilmi Orhan (Member), Kai Savolainen (2019 LOC), Felix Carvalho (President-Elect), Martin Wilks (General-Secretary) and Emanuela Corsini (Member). Front row: Heather Wallace (President). "We appreciate all the EUROTOX members at SOT who volunteered to help us man the booth, and made this a successful experience", said Heather Wallace. "The EC has been working hard to increase the visibility of EUROTOX at specific events, but we can't do it without our members, so we are happy when they are eager to help", she concluded. In addition, to their PR duties, members were actively involved in program activities. For instance, Felix Carvalho chaired the SOT-EUROTOX debate as speakers Martin van den Berg (EUROTOX) and Paul Foster (SOT) tackled the topic of "Classification of Substances as Endocrine Disruptors Has a Public Health Benefit", while Heather Wallace introduced the Bo Holmstedt Memorial Lecture, delivered by Nigel Gooderham, On Wednesday morning, EC members meet with SOT leadership to continue to discuss on-going SOT-EUROTOX collaboration projects. 

Plan to Join us in Helsinki

SCIENCE UNDER THE NORTHERN LIGHTS

 
Registration and abstract submission to the 2019 EUROTOX Helsinki Congress “Toxicology: Science Providing Solutions” taking place September 8-11, 2019 is currently underway. The scientific program will tackle chemical safety challenges of the next decade.   Plan to join us!

Visit the congress website to learn about awards for early career scientists.


 

SETAC Promo discount is back


SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting is taking place May 26-30, 2019 in Helsinki, Finland. Once again this year EUROTOX members (who are not SETAC members) can take advantage of a reduced fee: EUR 100 reduction on the non-member full meeting registration for regular members, or EUR 70 reduction on the full student non-member fee for student members.
Contact your national society to get your promo code and registration instructions or the EUROTOX Secretariat.
Promo codes are available from 11 March until 25 April.

EUROTOX ITCASS Meeting

EUROTOX'S Immunotoxicology and Chemical Allergy Speciality Section (ITCASS) is holding their face to face meeting September, 16-17, 2019 at the University of Milan (Sala Napoleonica) Milan (Italy) to discuss progress in the field of hypersensitivity and immunosuppression, with international participation of young scientists and advanced students in toxicology.

ITCASS meetings are small and informal meetings that bring together scientists working in the field of immunotoxicology, providing the opportunity for scientists to present their research in progress, to stimulate discussion between different experts in the field and to enable scientific collaborations within Europe. The program will feature talks from submitted abstracts, and two keynote lectures. There is no registration fee to encourage the participation of students and young researchers. 

Registration deadline is July 31, 2019
For info: emanuela.corsini@unimi.it
To download the registration form 

EU News: EFSA Fellowship Program

EU-FORA – The European Food Risk Assessment Fellowship Programme is a unique opportunity for early to mid-career scientists from EU and EFTA countries. The programme offers motivated candidates to widen their knowledge and hands-on experience in food safety risk assessment. The programme’s principal focus is on chemical and microbiological risk assessment. It is aimed at professionals from the following fields: molecular biology, biology, microbiology, veterinary/human medicine, agronomy/agricultural science, biochemistry, chemistry, environmental science, food technology or toxicology.






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