10 – 11 November, 2015 at Jurys Inn, Birmingham, UK
The 2015 IVTS Annual Meeting was held at Jurys Inn, Birmingham (B1 2HQ) on 10-11 November. The meeting brought together scientists from across academia and industry and regulators to discuss the latest advances, challenges and opportunities in applying in vitro approaches in the areas of hepatotoxicity, inhalation toxicology, developmental and reproductive toxicology and neurotoxicology.
The latest programme information can be downloaded here
IVTS Mini-Fellowship networking session:
This year’s meeting included a networking event for early career scientists to meet senior scientists and discuss potential opportunities for applying for an IVTS Research Mini-Fellowship. The Mini-Fellowships scheme supports research training opportunities for early career scientists in techniques which are not available at their home institution. The Fellowships allow early career scientists to set up collaborations with established scientists, learn new techniques useful for their own research and aims to promote further career development in the field of in vitro toxicology research. For more information about the scheme visit www.ivts.org.uk/site/early-career-support.
Three student bursaries were available to cover the cost of the meeting registration (but not travel or accommodation). If you are interested in applying for a bursary visit www.ivts.org.uk/site/early-career-support.
The IVTS Committee is grateful to sponsors of the meeting:
We are very pleased to continue our relationship with the Applied In Vitro Toxicology journal as official media partner of our 2015 meeting. All meeting abstracts will be published in the journal.
For more information and to register visit the IVTS 2015 RegOline site.