EUSAAT & Linz 2016: Abstracts and Young Scientist Travel Awards applications – Deadlines Extended to June 15

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EUSAAT & Linz 2016: Abstracts and Young Scientist Travel Awards applications – Deadlines Extended to June 15

Sherry Ward, AltTox

EUSAAT Young Scientist Travel Awards (YSTA)

To get elected for the EUSAAT 2016 YSTA program, young scientists up to 35 years, e.g. graduate, postgraduate, or PhD students, must submit three documents until 15th June 2016:

Members of the Scientific Committee of the EUSAAT 2016 Congress will evaluate all applications for the EUSAAT 2016 YSTA program according to three criteria,

  • 3R relevance
  • scientific value
  • ranking among the EUSAAT 2016 YSTA applications.

Successful applicants will receive travel support in-kind as waiving of the congress fee and 3-4 nights free accommodation in Linz*.

All abstracts submitted by EUSAAT 2016 YSTA applicants and accepted by the Scientific Committee, EUSAAT 2016 will hold a special “Young Scientists Session”, where the best YSTA submissions will be presented as short oral presentations. The best presentations of this session will receive an EUSAAT 2016 Diploma and a financial gratification.

Please click on the appropriate link:

Application form for the EUSAAT 2016 YSTA program.

Submission form for abstracts.

For further questions please contact the congress office, Helmut Appl: congress2016@eusaat-congress.eu

*Rooms may have to be shared with a colleague.

 

Abstracts for Oral Presentations and Posters

To submit your abstract please use our online submission form.

Deadline for your submissions:  15th June 2016

Topics / tentative sessions:

  • 25th Anniversary of 3R Congresses on Alternatives in Linz: MEGAT & EUSAAT
  • Global Cooperation on Implementing the 3Rs
  • Ethical and Legal Issues
  • Implementing EU Dir 63/2010
  • Novel Approaches in Efficacy and Safety Testing – Human 3D Models & Multi-Organ-Chips 3D
  • Stem Cells & Reproductive Toxicity (including mEST & hEST)
  • Refinement & Welfare: Culture of Care, Best Practice Approaches, Avoidance of Severe Suffering
  • Replacement of Animals in Research & Use of non-Animal Methods and Techologies
  • Predictive Toxicology: QSAR & Read Across
  • Specific Endpoints of Toxicity I: oral & repeated-dose Toxicity, Inhalation Toxicity
  • Specific Endpoints of Toxicity II: Sensitization, Nano-toxicology & Bio-barriers
  • Efficacy and Safety Testing of Drugs, Biologicals and Vaccines
  • Disease Models in vitro versus in vivo
  • Advanced GMO models – CRISPR/cas in vitro versus in vivo
  • 3Rs in Education and Academia
  • “Young Scientists” session
  • Free communications