Invitation to a training session on the development of AOPs (OECD Headquarters)

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Invitation to a training session on the development of AOPs (OECD Headquarters)

Author: Marilyn Matevia, HSUS

A training session on the development of AOPs will take place on 16 June 2015 at the OECD Headquarters in Paris. The training team, a subgroup of the Extended Advisory Group on Molecular Screening and Toxicogenomics (EAGMST), has developed a hands-on training that addresses principles, best practices and weight of evidence of AOPs, as well as the development of AOPs in the AOPwiki.

The training session will be held back-to-back with the EAGMST meeting (17-18 June 2015, Paris, see invitation letter ENV/EHS/ND/cf/2015.01, sent on 22 January).

Logistical information and documents for the training session will be made available on the protected website dedicated to the EAGMST at the following URL: https://community.oecd.org/community/mst. Access will be provided to the participants registered for the training.

This training session is for anyone who is involved/interested in AOP development or plans to get involved in the future. It is not limited to EAGMST members; you are encouraged to circulate this invitation widely to your networks.

As this training is distinct from the EAGMST meeting, registration should be made separately, preferably by 30 April 2015. Government representatives of member countries should register through their National Coordinators. Please click on the link below to find your National Coordinator.
http://www.oecd.org/document/18/0,3746,en_2649_34377_1897490_1_1_1_1,00.html

Nominations from BIAC and NGOs should be sent to the Secretariat (Camilla.Francis@oecd.org).

If you have any questions with respect to the training, please contact Nathalie Delrue by email (Nathalie.Delrue@oecd.org) or phone (+ 33 1 45 24 98 44). For practical details, please contact Camilla Francis by email (Camilla.Francis@oecd.org) or phone + (33 1 85 55 64 39).