This category is for organizations which do not themselves conduct scientific research but aim to spread information about such research. They organize meetings, publish journals and provide research grants for scientists in the field.- Category ID : 422964
Professional organization of scientists from academic institutions, government, and industry representing toxicologists. Includes public outreach, members services, meetings and contacts in Reston, Virginia.
Professional and educational association of forensic and clinical toxicologists, with quarter proceedings. Includes literature review, meetings, employment opportunities, related links and contacts for offices throughout the USA.
International forum to foster research relating to chemical effects on the environment, and protecting public health. Details of register of toxicologists, training programs, meetings, abstract submission, membership and secretariat in Macclesfield, England.
Forum for changes in pathology, elicited by pharmacological, chemical and environmental agents. Includes calendar of meetings, job vacancies, related links, details of membership and educational modules held at the University, Cambridge, England.
Promoting acquisition, dissemination, study and use of toxicological data. Includes links to training, meetings, job openings, membership and committee details, with contacts in Beaconsfield, Québec. [English and French]
ISRTP provides a public forum for policy makers and scientists promoting toxicologic and pharmacologic sciences, for regulation affecting human safety, health and the environment. Includes events, membership details, member login and contacts for officers throughout the USA.
EU-funded project building a network of reference laboratories, research centers and related organisations to monitor emerging environmental pollutants. Includes substance databases, details of quality activities, workshops and events, with contacts for newsletter and member countries.
ECETOC provides a scientific forum for manufacturers and users to identify, evaluate and help the industry to minimise any potentially adverse effects on human health and the environment that may arise from the manufacture and use of chemicals.
MEPSA aims to bring together people interested in all aspects of experimental pathology including environmental mutagenesis, to promote scientific discussion and exchange and the advancement of knowledge.