19.03.2024 News

Re-Place - 2nd webinar

planaria as an alternative in vivo model

As the development of New Approach Methodologies (NAMs) is rapidly evolving, it might be challenging for (young) scientists to find relevant information about their current use.

Therefore, in Belgium, the RE-Place project aims to tackle this challenge by gathering the expertise on the use of NAMs in one open-access database, available via www.re-place.be.

Moreover, the RE-Place team helps Belgian scientists to increase the visibility of their work by promoting it on social media and offering them the possibility to present their work during different events.

In this context, the RE-Place team is organising a series of Educational Webinars to put the existing knowledge in the spotlight!

Practical information:
The webinars are hosted once per month or once per two months, with eight sessions planned this year. During every webinar, two speakers will have the opportunity to present their work (20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes for questions). The webinars will take one hour in total.

All webinars are recorded and available via the YouTube Channel of RE-Place: https://www.youtube.com/@re-place1330.

The second webinar will take place on 28 March at 4pm via Webex. Two experienced speakers, Dr Karolien Bijnens and Martijn Heleven from UHasselt, will present their work on planaria as an alternative in vivo model to assess developmental, neuro- and genotoxicity.

Registration is free of charge and can be done via: https://sciensano.webex.com/weblink/register/rde612a18971911ac56800f8e544ccb7b

Any question? You can contact the RE-Place team via info@re-place.be.


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