27 Oct 2017
“Bridging the gap between academic researchers and regulators is the ongoing theme for the decade”
The Swiss Centre for Applied Human Toxicology (SCAHT) will have a major presence at OpenTox EURO 2017 in Basel November 21 - 23.
SCAHT Director Martin Wilks will chair Session 1: Defined Approaches towards Regulatory Acceptance, and SCAHT Regulatory Toxicologist Rex FitzGerald will join him on the panel to present Test Guidelines, AOPs and IATA - current and future. Rex FitzGerald says “Bridging the gap between academic researchers and regulators is the ongoing theme for the decade. OpenTox EURO is the place to see what regulators need as well as what scientists are doing. It is a great opportunity to define regulatory acceptance of different kinds of data.”