Reproductive and developmental toxicology

On January 25th, 13.00 to 16.00, SFT will hold a seminar on reproductive and developmental toxicology , at Uppsala Biomedicine Center Room B10:1.

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There has been a great interest in the SFT seminar on reproductive and developmental toxicology. Because of the large number of registrations we have changed to a larger venue, please note the seminar room is updated.

We are organizing the seminar by the occassion of that Professor Lennart Dencker was appointed honorary member of SFT 2015. During the seminar, you will hear presentations on reproductive and developmental toxicology from preclinical, clinical and regulatory point of views and there will also be plenty of time for discussions. Everyone who are interested are welcome to attend (also none SFT members) so please spread the word to students and colleagues. All the presentations will be in english.

Please register by using link below before January 18th if you want to attend the seminar and wish to have coffée and a snack. It is possible to attend even if you don´t sign up but then there may not be coffée available.

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Cecilia Berg, researcher and associate professor in ecotoxicology at Uppsala University of Uppsala.
Title: ”The frog as a model to investigate developmental reproductive toxicity”

Henrik Viberg, researcher and lecturer at Uppsala University
Title: ”The neonatal mouse pup as a tool for developmental neurotoxicity”

Kim Kultima, researcher at Uppsala University. Kim is a former graduate student of Lennart Dencker and nowadays his research is is in the field of clinical metabolomics.

Anne-Lee Gustavsson, an expert in reproductive toxicology at the Swedish Chemicals Agency (KemI). Anne-Lee is a former graduate student of Lennart and after a number of years at AstraZeneca she is now working with regulatory toxicology at KemI. Anne-Lee will talk about reproductive and developmental toxicology from a regulatory perspective.
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