EUROTOX aims to foster toxicology, both scientifically and educationally, in all countries of Europe. To this, EUROTOX organises an annual scientific congress, workshops, and postgraduate training courses.
EUROTOX is actively harmonising toxicology education and training, having established the European Register of Toxicologists in 1994.
Furthermore EUROTOX honours annually a distinguished European toxicologist by its Merit Award. Young toxicologists are encouraged by the annual Early Career Award, which is awarded every year to the best poster presentation at the EUROTOX Congress.
EFSA SECONDED NATIONAL EXPERTS CALL
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), based in Parma, Italy is opening positions for Seconded National Experts (SNEs) All Units and Departments. The call is on-going with no deadline for submitting applications.
Concept Life Sciences (formerly CXR Biosciences) is the leading provider of in vitro and in vivo investigative and exploratory toxicology services to the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, chemical and consumer products industries is seeking TOXICOLOGY PROFESSIONALS.
Post-doc/Researcher in Epidemiology – Human Exposure to Pollutants (m/f)
2 years fixed-term contract with likely renewal, full-time, entry date: immediately
The researcher will integrate the Human Biomonitoring Research Unit (HBRU). He/She will be involved in epidemiological studies focused on human exposure to pollutants (pesticides, POPs, PAHs, endocrine disruptors) based on the analysis of biological matrices, and on the study of associations between exposure and health outcomes.
PhD Student in Epidemiology and Public Health - 3 years fixed-term contract, full time, start date between July-December 2017 after acceptation of the AFR grant
The PhD Student must receive an AFR (research training aid) to carry out his/her PhD project entitled “Dietary constituents within fruits and vegetables and their relation to cardio-metabolic health aspects - situation in Luxembourg (PHYTOHEART)”.
EUROTOX's view regarding the current situation of academic toxicology in Europe.
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