A report from Nordic Workshop on New Approach Methodologies (NAMs) has been published
The Nordic workshop on NAMs was organised by the Norwegian Environment Agency, Nordic risk assessment project (NORAP) and the Nordic Classification Group (NKGI) and took place between the 9th and the 11th of November 2021
Advancing In Vitro Models for Genotoxicity and Carcinogenicity – May 16, 2022
Please join us on Monday May 16 at 17:00 for our next joint ESTIV-ASCCT webinar: Advancing In Vitro Models for Genotoxicity and Carcinogenicity
featuring Anouck Thienpont, PhD Student, VUB Belgium and Dr. Silvia Scaglione, React4life (ESTIV Corporate member) and the winner of the GammaDonna award 2021.
JRC Published the 2021 report on Non-animal Methods in Science and Regulation
The 2021 edition of the EURL ECVAM status report “Non-animal methods in science and regulation” has just been published. The report covers our activities on alternatives to animal testing from research over validation and international adoption to education including international collaboration networks.
Development and evaluation of NAMs for new endpoints: Developmental neurotoxicity and respiratory sensitization – April 14, 2022
Time to register for the April ASCCT-ESTIV webinar: Development and evaluation of NAMs for new endpoints: Developmental neurotoxicity and respiratory sensitization, featuring Sabina Burla, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), and Kelly Carstens, PhD, US EPA ORISE.
Professor Horst Spielmann, former president and an honorary member of ESTIV celebrates his 80th anniversary
Professor Horst Spielmann, former president and Honorary member of ESTIV celebrates his 80th anniversary
Serum-Free Cultures: Why and How? – February 24, 2022 Copy
Please join us Thursday, February 24 for our next joint ASCCT-ESTIV webinar: Serum-Free Cultures: Why and How?, featuring Barbara Jozef, PhD, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, and Aline Chary, PhD, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST).
Altertox Academy training
Skin sensitization is a complex systemic process and since several years, methods to replace animal tests have been validated and adopted by the OECD in this regard. These tests can be used as part of a weight-of-evidence or integrated using a Defined Approach (DA) to assess Skin Sensitization. ….