[page_title] ecopa’s Board Members for the period 2020-2021 can be seen on this page. The minutes of the 2020 General Assembly can be read here.
[page_title] ecopa’s Board represents the 4 stakeholder groups: Academia, Animal Welfare, Government and Industry. The Board Members for 2018-2019 are as follows: Academia: Tuula Heinonen (Finland, Vice-President)Philippe Vanparys (Belgium, Deputy) Animal Welfare: Kristina Wagner (Germany)Marianne Norring (Finland, Deputy) Government: Philippe Hubert (France, President)Stefano Lorenzetti (Italy, Deputy) Industry: Erwin Roggen (Denmark)Costanza Rovida (Italy, Deputy) ecopa’s Treasurer: […]
[page_title] ecopa’s Board approved a Strategy Document for the organisation for 2017-2020 at its meeting on 18 December 2017. The Document contains links to the current European National Consensus Platforms and Associate Members, a description of ecopa and its strategic goals, and its Grant Funding Procedures. The Document can be downloaded here.
[page_title] ecopa held its annual General Assembly on 14 June 2017 during the ecopa SSCT Workshop in Helsinki, Finland from 14-16 June 2017, on the subject of Up-to-date in vitro approaches in regulatory risk assessment and disease modelling. In addition to three scientific sessions, there were Student Sessions where students presented their results, and Technical […]
[page_title] ecopa held its annual General Assembly in Copenhagen on Thursday 18 August 2016 in connection with the annual meeting of EEMGS (European Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society). The EEMGS meeting was entitled ‘Bridging genomics, human environmental health risk assessment and the 3Rs in animal science’. The President of EEMGS is Professor Lisbeth Knudsen, past-President and […]
[page_title] At the 16th General Assembly in Linz on 22 September 2015, a new Board was appointed for ecopa for the next two years and new statutes were approved. More information here.
[page_title] ISTNET (Developmental) neurotoxicity Workshop 23 January 2014 – 24 January 2014, 09.00 – 17.00 Venue: Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Universityof Zürich, Switzerland The number of participants is restricted Further information: email@example.com The currently used regulatory test methods in the fields of neurotoxicity (NT) and developmental neurotoxicity (DNT) have several limitations. One of them […]
[page_title] In occasion of 10th anniversary of the Finnish platform for alternatives to animal testing, Fincopa invites to the symposium “Implementation of the Directive 2010/63/EU in Finland and the role of alternative methods in biomedical research” which will take place on September 20th at University of Tampere, School of Medicine. For the agenda of this symposium […]
[page_title] The 29th workshop of Scandinavian Society for Cell Toxicology (SSCT) will be organized as a joint meeting with the DSTFM, section for toxicology, 25-27 September 2013 in Charlottenlund, Denmark. The theme is “Frontiers in Cell Toxicity Testing”. We are looking forward to have a meeting with up-to-date scientific knowledge. We wish you warmly welcome […]
[page_title] The EU FP7-funded co-ordination project AXLR8 has announced the availability of the publication Alternative Testing Strategies: Progress Report 2011 & AXLR8-2 Workshop Report on ‘A Roadmap to Innovative Toxicity Testing’. The 2011 report includes: An introduction to the AXLR8 project An update on the activities and achievements of 3Rs-oriented projects funded under the health […]