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Next Meeting Details
Topics anticipated for our upcoming meeting in Washington, DC (January 26–28, 2015) include:
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Richard Hodes, Director, National Institute on Aging, NIH
1. Food Allergen Thresholds: Does the Science Allow for Regulatory Decision-Making?
2. Risk Assessment for Genotoxic Endpoints
3. Debating the Varying Criteria for Incorporating “Mechanistic Data” into Cancer Classification
4. Efficacy Of Low Calorie Sweeteners
Updates on :
1. MRI Imaging as a Preclinical Biomarker of Neurotoxicity
2. Neurobiological Effects of Caffeine
3. Low Testosterone
4. Dose-Response Evaluation of Health Effects of Partially Hydrogenated Oils (PHOs)
5. Effects of Climate Change on Environmental Chemicals
The detailed agenda and registration information are coming soon…