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NAS Project Webinar: Incorporating 21st Century Science into Risk-Based Evaluations, January 6, 2017

Join a webinar on Friday, January 6 at 2:00 for the release of a new report that describes how 21st century science can be used to advance risk assessment and support decision-making ultimately to improve public health and the environment. The report considers recent advances in exposure science, toxicology, and epidemiology; describes application of 21st […]
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NICEATM-EPA AR Pathway Article Named Editors’ Choice

NICEATM Deputy Director Nicole Kleinstreuer is the lead author on a paper describing an androgen receptor pathway model that incorporates 11 high throughput screening assays. “Development and Validation of a Computational Model for Androgen Receptor Activity,” which was published online on November 18 in Chemical Research in Toxicology, has been selected as an ACS Editor’s […]
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NLM Requests Stakeholder Input for Strategic Plan

In a November 8 Request for Information, the National Library of Medicine announced that it is soliciting stakeholder input as part of its ongoing strategic planning process. The RFI and NLM’s planning process are organized around the role of NLM in these four areas: Advancing data science, open science, and biomedical informatics Advancing biomedical discovery […]
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New EPA Guidance for Testing Pesticides Will Reduce Animal Testing

For Release: November 29, 2016 Source: https://www.epa.gov/pesticides/new-epa-guidance-testing-pesticides-will-reduce-animal-testing-0 EPA is issuing guidance for requesting waivers of acute dermal toxicity testing requirements for pesticide formulations, which will lead to fewer animal tests for acute dermal toxicity for pesticides. Last March, EPA released a “Draft Retrospective Analysis for Waiving Acute Dermal Toxicity Tests for Pesticide Formulations,” which included guidance […]
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