PARC course on Chemical Exposure & Modelling successfully held in Brno

The course on Chemical Exposure & Modelling, part of PARC training plan 2024-2025, was successfully held from June 10-12 in Brno, Czech Republic.

20 Jun 2024

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With 25 trainees from 13 countries (Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Chile, Latvia, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Slovenia and Spain), the course offered participants a combination of theoretical lectures and practical exercises, including modelling of internal exposure to chemicals, sources and pathways of chemicals entering the human body, and their possible effects as single chemicals and mixtures. The training included also visits to laboratories and biobank, and hand-on exercised on PBPK models and spatial analysis.

The course was organised under the scientific coordination of RECETOX, and counted with 6 external trainers (Beate Escher, Joost Westerhout, Aude Ratier, Jasper Engel, Johannes Kruisselbrink, Rok Novak) from 4 different countries (DE, NL, FR, SI), and 4 local trainers (Martin Scheringer, Lisa Melymuk, Klára Komprdová, Ondrej Mikes, Daniel Szabó).

PARC Task 9.4 (Training) co-leaders are grateful to all RECETOX colleagues, trainers and trainees who played a vital role in the success of this course. Their involvement and interest were truly instrumental. Soon, some session recordings and support materials will be made available on PARC website, for all those interested in the topic.

The next PARC course organized by RECETOX will be dedicated to New Approach Methodologies, and will be held in June 2025.

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