THE 2020 CALL FOR SCIENTIFIC PROPOSALS IS UNDERWAY

 
 
 
 
 

THE 2020 CALL FOR SCIENTIFIC PROPOSALS IS UNDERWAY

The call for scientific proposals for the 2020 EUROTOX Congress taking place in Copenhagen, September 6-9, 2020 is currently underway.   

This year’s theme is “Toxicology of the next generation – combined efforts in quest of safer chemicals and medicines”. It reflects our desire to address 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. Submissions in line with this theme are strongly encouraged.

When preparing your proposal, please follow the guidelines and use the official template that can be downloaded directly here.

All individual Members, Member Societies, Speciality Sections, SubCommittees and Corporate Members, as well as scientific and industry partners can contribute. Only a common united effort will guarantee a high quality and diverse programme and keep our annual congress a reference point for the toxicologists not only in Europe but also internationally. 

Please submit your scientific proposals using the official form making sure to include your contact details, the recommended speakers, and a brief presentation for the proposal.

Send your proposals by March 1, 2019 to the EUROTOX Secretariat.

The EUROTOX 2020 Scientific Programme Committee members are:
  • Felix Carvalho, Chair 
  • Mumtaz Iscan, EUROTOX Executive Member
  • Thomas Weiser, EUROTOX Executive Industry Member
  • 2020 LOC Scientific Programme Committee 
  • Eva Bonefeld-Jørgensen, 2020 Congress President
  • Anne Marie Vinggaard, 2020 LOC Delegate
  • Chairs of the EUROTOX Speciality Sections 
    • Doris Marko, Carcinogenesis
    • Georges Kass, ERAS Risk Assessment
    • Janine Ezendam, Immunotoxicology ITCASS
    • Hilmi Orhan, Molecular Toxicology
  • Lucija Perharic, 2021 Congress Delegate
We also urge you to support and encourage young scientists in your sessions since taking part in symposia and workshops is still an important activity for help them to develop their scientific and professional skills.