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Training courses

General information on the training courses:

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Earlier training courses

Training course 1: Skin models: Skin permeation models and in vitro test methods for the assessment of the dermal corrosive or phototoxic potential of chemicals.

Training course 2: Acute Eye Toxicity: Practical Training Course on In Vitro Methods for the Identification of Ocular Irritancy and Corrosivity.

Training course 3: Topical Toxicology.

Training course 4: Reproductive Toxicology.

Training course 5: Reproductive Toxicology

Training course 6: Topical Toxicity

Training course 7: Topical Toxicity

Training course 8: Reproductive Toxicology

Further Training courses will address e.g. absorption models, reproductive toxicology and ecotoxicology.

The courses will take place biannually at the Freie Universität Berlin

Participants

Participants may come from governmental agencies, academic institutions and industry all over Europe and from abroad.

Due to the limited laboratory capacities the number of participants is restricted. Participants are requested to provide information on their level of laboratory training and expertise.

Registration fees

Students/junior scientists are eligible when presenting an official confirmation of enrolment at a scientific institution. The registration fee includes a course book and all consumables and reagents necessary to perform the laboratory training courses. After receipt of payment a written confirmation of the registration will be mailed. Payment should be made by bank transfer, please contact Dr. Kral for information.

Cancellation

Cancellations require a written statement. The registration fee will be refunded after deduction of a handling fee of 50,-- € in the event of cancellation before deadline of application, and 100,-- € in the event of cancellation after deadline of application.

For detailed information on dates, deadline, location and accommodation please visit the individual training course.

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