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2018 Pan-American Conference for Alternative Methods

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Pan-American Conference for Alternative Methods 2018
Date: August 23-24, 2018
Venue: Rua Ferreira Viana, 81 - Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro, in front of Windsor Florida Hotel (Casarão)
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Starting in 2016 in Baltimore, now 2018 in Rio and planned for 2020 in Canada, the series Pan-American Conference for Alternative Methods brings South, Central, and North America together to further alternatives to animal testing and build collaboration for the exchange of scientific ideas.

Registration

  • Regular admission: $100
  • NGOs: $50
  • Government and Academic: $50
  • Student: $25 (must email student ID with registration)
  • Participants take care of their travel and lodging.
  • Travel grants will be available. See below.
  • There will be only 200 maximum slots for participants – first come, first served.
  • Sponsorships are used to make additional offers like a possible joint dinner to the participants and especially support travel of participants requiring financial support.
    • Diamond level: $5,000
    • Gold level: $3,000
    • Silver level: $1,500

Sponsors:

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Sponsorship Opportunities:
You sponsorship will enable us to provide the optimal experience for all of our participants, including dinners, special events, and travel grants to participants requring financial support. To become a sponsor, please contact 
caat@jhu.edu

Steering group:

  • Jose Mauro Granjeiro,Inmetro, (local host)
  • Vanessa Rocha, Natura Cosmetics (Brazil)
  • Thomas Hartung, Johns Hopkins CAAT
  • Charu Chandrasekera, University of Windsor, Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Method

Scientific committee:

  • Monica Andersen, CONCEA
  • Rober Bachinski, IR Institute
  • Lucien B. Balottin, Inmetro
  • Tara Barton-Maclaren, Health Canada
  • Humberto de Mello Brandão, Embrapa
  • Patricia dos Santos Carneiro, Butantan
  • Isabella Delgado, INCQS
  • Silvya Stuchi Maria Engler, Universidade de Sao Paulo
  • Suzanne Fitzpatrick, FDA
  • Lorena Gaspar, Universidade de Sao Paulo
  • Erin Hill, IIVS
  • Marcio Lorencini, Grupo Boticario
  • Nicole Kleinstreuer, NICEATM
  • Marcio Lorencini, Boticario Group
  • Anna Lowitt, EPA
  • Talita Miguel Marin, LNBIO
  • Luiz Henrique Mourão do Canto Pereira, MCTI
  • Jason O'Brien, Environment and Climate Change Canada
  • Stevens Kastrup Rehen, UFRJ - iDor
  • Carlos Eduardo Matos dos Santos, Altox
  • Rusty Thomas, EPA
  • Marcia Triunfol, HSI (Brazil)
  • Marize Valadares, UFG
  • Matthias Vey, IFRA
  • Liu Zhengtao, Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences

If you have questions, please email us directly.