Other Courses as reported to EUROTOX
The American College of Toxicology, is sponsoring a course in association with the British Toxicology Society "Practical Application of Toxicology in Drug Development" (September 9–13, 2013, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Network of excellence ECNIS2 organize educational course for PhD students, post-docs, senior scientists as well as professionals from authorities and industry “Nutrition and Environmental Carcinogens”. Course will be held in Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine, Lodz, Poland on May 6-9, 2013. With a cooperation and under umbrella of EIEC projects.
Applications of Toxicology in Occupational Health. Assessment of health risks of chemicals is one of the most challenging tasks for experts involved in chemical safety assessment (16 - 19 September 2013, Naantali Spa, Naantali, Finland)
The Postgraduate Course Toxicology in Vienna (Science of Chemical Safety) has trained and educated over 150 attendants from all over the world since 1993. It is one of the most wellknown courses offered in Europe and is continuously developed according to the guidelines of the Association of European Toxicologists & European Societies of Toxicology (EUROTOX).
Full-time Master’s Programme in Toxicology organized by Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.
The programme will start in August 2012 and is now open for application from international students. The programme prepares students for either a research or professional career, and provides a solid platform for doctoral studies in toxicology or work in risk/safety assessment-related areas in the public sector or industry. The programme consists of two and a half semester of theoretical and practical courses in toxicology and health risk assessment and a long master project.
"MSc Drug Development & Drug Safety" organised by University of Aberdeen
The course has been designed to respond to the demand for training in toxicology, with an emphasis on the assessment of drug safety.
Modular Educational Activities and Continuing Professional Development in Toxicological Pathology organised by the British Society of Toxicological Pathologists BSTP, PO Box 6356, Isle of Skye IV41 8WZ, UK Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.bstp.org.uk