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Jointly hosted by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Johns Hopkins University Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing, and the European Commission Joint Research Centre, the program responds to a growing need for scientists to be conversant in new approaches in toxicology and biomedical sciences. The program, called the Summer School on Innovative Approaches in Science, will highlight modern alternatives for using animals, including in vitro and computational modeling.
By offering this free program, we hope to educate scientists about the need for, availability of, applicability of nonanimal scientific testing methods. There are many up and coming scientists who could benefit substantially from learning about these more effective, robust research methods now, just as they are beginning their careers." Kristie Sullivan, MPH, vice president of research policy at the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine Source:
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