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Eurofins Seminar: in vitro Toxicology at a Glance

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Eurofins Human Safety Seminar:

in vitro Toxicology at a Glance: Today's Challenges, Solutions & Future Developments

The massive implementation of the use of in vitro models for regulatory toxicology assessments triggered several questions regarding the most appropriate use of adverse effects such as Skin Sensitization, Eye/Skin Irritation/Corrosion, Endocrine Disruptors and Genetic Toxicity using the several in vitro models currently available.

Our seminar aims to provide an overview of the test methods currently available, describe challenges encountered in their application and outline possible solutions. New methods under development or validation programs will also be presented and discussed.


in vitro Methods to Test for Endocrine Disrupting Properties
in vitro Skin Sensitization – Challenges to Overcome
Eye Irritation ex vivo and in vitro methods - Current Status
GARD Platfom, Genomic Test for Skin and Respiratory Sensitization with Potency Classification
New Developments in Genotoxicity Testing for Chemicals, Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals – in vitro and in vivo Comet Assay
EPISKIN reconstructed Human Tissues for Testing Strategies of Eye Irritation and Skin Sensitization Assessment of Chemicals and Mixtures

The full agenda for the seminar can be downloaded here.


The Eurofins Human Safety Seminar will take place on 29 November 2018 in the new laboratory and office building of Eurofins Munich, Robert-Koch-Straße 3a in Planegg near Munich, Germany. A detailed description how to find us can be downloaded here.



Early Bird Registration: Register before October 5th 2018 to benefit from discount! 250,- Euros plus VAT
Regular Rate (October 5th to November 29th 2018): 295,- Euros plus VAT

We ask you to pay the seminar fees directly after receipt of the invoice. For cancellations after November 9th, 2018 we have to charge 50% of the seminar fees.