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  1. Toxicology & Toxicity Testing

    • The use of data waivers, adaptation and weight of evidence  
    • Data sources and assessment of reliability 
    • Adverse and non-adverse effects 
    • The importance of controls, choice of appropriate vehicles, group sizes, dose selection and exposure routes for in vivo testing
    • The use of alternative methods in toxicity assessment 
    • Statistical significance, biological and toxicological significance
    • The use of physicochemical data for the determination of likely exposure routes
    • Testing strategies for the assessment of toxicological endpoints (irritation, corrosion, sensitisation, CMR, STOT). 
    Laura Robinson Laura Robinson
    Occupational Toxicologist, Toxicology Consulting Ltd, UK
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