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In Vitro Assays Development & Good In Vitro Method Practices

This training will illustrate various aspects of the OECD Good In Vitro Methods Practices (GIVIMP) guidance document (STA 286) using assays/techniques/test systems that have been developed recently by the different trainers. It aims to provide the participants with hands-on, practical skills in how to apply GIVIMP in their daily work in the laboratory, and at the same time learn about modern techniques used for in vitro testing.

The course will be held in english.

Participants will learn among other things:

  • Evaluate robustness of test systems and quality control procedures (AcCELLerate and Evercyte)
  • Choice of test, reference, and control items; solubility verification; development of acceptance criteria (SenzaGen)
  • Method performance and SOP development (RISE)

The training will start with 0.5 day lectures and will be followed by 1.5 days of practical training (Hands on-training) where participants, divided in small groups will get the chance to manipulate and see the critical steps of the methods with the experts. This is a perfect way to quickly approach a method, as well as data analysis and interpretation.

 

Target audience

Researchers

Test method developers

Students

Prerequisites

Basic cell culture techniques

Basic knowledge of in vitro test methods

Lecturer

Kristina Fant and Emma Pedersen, RISE

Sandra Coecke, EURL ECVAM

Rose-Marie Jenvert, SenzaGen

Matthias Wieser and Regina Grillari, Evercyte

Verena Joerger and Oliver Wehmeier, AcCELLerate 

Content

See attached PDF for more information

Other info

The course is organized by Altertox Academy, for more information, visit academy.altertox.be 

Practical information

Time

6 nov 2019, 08:30 - 7 nov 2019, 15:00

Municipality

Göteborgs stad

Venue

RISE - Research Institutes of Sweden

Arvid Wallgrens backe 20, Göteborg

 

Type of event

Course

Registration info

Payment details

Various fees: €189.96 – €882.08

 

Final registration date

22 okt 2019

Registration

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