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PETA Scientists to Give, Obtain Awards at 2022 SOT Assembly


Subsequent week, PETA scientists will probably be heading to San Diego to attend the 61st annual Society of Toxicology (SOT) convention, the largest toxicology convention on this planet, drawing 1000’s of attendees yearly. PETA scientists frequently attend the SOT annual assembly to debate the most effective animal-free chemical testing methods with authorities regulators, teachers, and trade representatives.

This 12 months, PETA scientists will probably be helming periods on non-animal approaches for assessing nanotoxicity—which refers back to the testing of supplies that may be 100,000 instances smaller than the diameter of human hair follicles—and fashionable approaches to testing chemical substances to see in the event that they have an effect on the atmosphere.

Ought to any of the 1000’s of attendees at SOT have questions on non-animal approaches to testing the results of inhaled chemical substances on the lungs, PETA scientists will probably be prepared with posters exhibiting how human cell–primarily based three-dimensional fashions and donated human lungs can yield higher, extra human-relevant outcomes than testing on rats.

Awards Will Function Closely at This Yr’s SOT Convention

PETA Science Consortium Worldwide e.V. will current London Harper, an undergraduate scholar at North Carolina Central College, with its Pupil Award for Journey and Mentorship in Non-Animal Toxicology. Recognizing the worth of getting various voices and views within the sciences, the Science Consortium established the award to assist the training and coaching of scholars attending a traditionally Black school or college who’re considering non-animal approaches to toxicology testing.

Award image of London Harper with rabbit eating flowers

We win awards, too! Throughout an awards ceremony on March 27, Dr. Amy Clippinger—PETA’s vp of regulatory testing and the president of the Science Consortium—will probably be handed the SOT’s 2022 Enhancement of Animal Welfare Award in honor of her achievements advancing non-animal approaches to toxicology testing.

Amy Clippinger wins PETA award for helping animals

As well as, two papers coauthored by PETA scientists that spotlight non-animal assessments to examine whether or not chemical substances trigger most cancers or irritate human eyes will obtain Greatest Paper awards from SOT specialty sections.

Put money into a Future That’s Freed from Experiments on Animals

General, the Science Consortium and its members have donated thousands and thousands of {dollars} towards enhancing and implementing non-animal check strategies, together with funding their growth and validation in addition to organizing free workshops, webinars, and coaching alternatives for scientists. You possibly can assist the Science Consortium substitute the usage of animals in chemical assessments with superior, animal-free strategies.




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