Revolution in Toxicology 101
February 24-25, 2015
Mt Washington Conference Center
Toxicology is undergoing revolutionary change in the early 21st century.
It's not easy, however, to achieve an overview of these changes. Consider, for instance:
- What's the difference between TT21c, Tox21, Tox-21c, and EDSP21?
- What is the difference between an AOP and a PoT?
- What distinguishes ToxCast from the Human Toxome or the Human Toxicology Project Consortium?
- What is ITS compared to IATA?
- When is a review systematic and a conclusion evidence-based?
We are offering a unique opportunity to learn in a classroom setting from people closely involved in implementing these changes. Give us 28 hours of your time and you will leave with a comprehensive understanding of the rapidly changing field of safety sciences.
You will learn from experts at the leading edge of toxicology:
- Mel Andersen, The Hamner Institute
- David Dix, EPA
- Thomas Hartung, Johns Hopkins
- Martin Stephens, Johns Hopkins
Start: Tuesday, February 24th at 11am
End: Wednesday, February 25th at 3pm
Regular registration: $1200
Student/NGO/Government employee registration: $600
Registration fees include:
- Admission to the 2-day class
- Instructional materials
- Refreshment breaks
- Dinner for one evening
- Hotel stay for one night (additional nights are available)
To register, please see our registration page.
We accept credit card or check. Checks should be made out to JHU-CAAT and mailed to:
615 N Wolfe Street, W7032
Baltimore, MD 21205