Replacing regulatory experiments on animals: an introduction to in silico models and in vitro test methods
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Owner/Developer: PETA India and the Institute of Home Economics, University of Delhi
26 October 2017
|Description:||The two-day workshop introduced life science students to modern, animal-free testing methods that can be used to meet regulatory requirements. The workshop highlighted the scientific limitations of animal testing and discussed the specific human-relevant models that can be used in tests for toxicity, carcinogenicity, skin erosion, and more. The lectures are also available online.|
Optional / Voluntary
Students, Researchers, Teachers and educators
Undergraduate, University (Bachelor), University (Master)
Computational methods, In vitro methods
Full coverage (a dedicated course)
Familiarity with the increasing number of robust non-animal test methods and how to replace animal tests in a regulatory setting.
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