EU’s €60m Effort to Promote Non-Animal Toxicity Testing: ASPIS Cluster Participates at 2023 Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting and ToxExpo in Nashville
The ASPIS Cluster, bringing together three consortia (PrecisionTox, RISK HUNT3R and ONTOX) funded by the European Commission’s Horizon2020 Programme, will participate for the first time this year in the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology and ToxExpo, which will take place on 19-23 March at the Music City Centre in Nashville, Tennessee. ASPIS represents more than 70 institutions across 16 European countries, the UK and the US delivering on a €60m investment in providing timely answers about chemicals’ effects on human health.
ASPIS will showcase its projects aimed at advancing the safety assessment of chemicals without the use of animal testing from Monday to Wednesday at 9:00-16:00 in Booth No: 1435 at the Exhibit Hall. Several informational materials will be available at the booth, where visitors will also have a chance to meet with two PrecisionTox representatives: Jonathan Freedman (ASPIS Working Group Coordinator) and Joe Shaw (Indiana University Bloomington, U.S. Lead of PrecisionTox International Cooperation Sub-Committee). (…) READ MORE >>