Advancing the science, practice, and policy of alternatives assessment and informed substitution
A4 Webinar Series: How to Get to Safer Alternatives Using Non-Animal Testing Methods: PART II
Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Time: 9 AM PT | 12 PM ET
The Association for the Advancement of Alternative Assessment’s (A4) winter 2020 webinar introduced New Approach Methods (NAMs) to our A4 community. Given significant interest in continuing the discussion on NAMs, our spring 2020 webinar will dive deeper into the application of these predictive toxicology tools in alternatives assessments. A4 will facilitate a discussion-focused webinar to address topics that emerged from the A4 community, including: how to think about NAMs in an alternatives assessment context versus a regulatory safety assessment; how NAMs are being used in alternatives assessment in combination with animal test data; and how to utilize NAMs in a consistent manner; among others.
We encourage those new to the topic of NAMs to view Part I prior to Part II, click here to view Part I.
For more information and/or to register, please click here.
A4 Member Update Call - January 2020
Occurred on: Friday, January 17, 2020
In January, we held our first A4 Member Update Call to discuss what A4 has been working on and the efforts of the executive council. The call included information and updates on current A4 projects.
For additional information, please visit our Past Member Update Call page.
Green Chemistry & Chemical Stewardship Online Certificate Program
This certification program is endorsed by the Association for the Advancement of Alternatives Assessment.
Course III: Register by March 21, 2020
This 3-course program is intended to give graduates the tools to make a difference and find success by learning to design safer chemicals and industrial processes. Businesses are facing increasing market and regulatory pressures to use less toxic chemicals in their manufacturing processes and products, and are in need of professionals who can provide innovative solutions and more sustainable substitutes.
For additional information, please the University of Washington's website directly here.