Thomas Hartung keynote at 'The 3Rs and NAMs: all inclusive?’ on 19 June in Utrecht

Thomas Hartung, a professor at Johns Hopkins University and director of the Centers for Alternatives to Animal Testing, will be our second keynote speaker at the ‘The 3Rs and NAMs: all inclusive?' conference on 19 June. TPI, the 3Rs Centre Utrecht, TPI Utrecht and the NCad are organising this conference. The aim of the event is to connect the NAMs network and  the 3Rs network, exploring the best way forward for human-oriented biomedical basic and translational science.

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Thomas Hartung has five academic appointments at Johns Hopkins and Georgetown University as well as University of Konstanz in Germany. He holds an endowed Chair for Evidence-based Toxicology at the Bloomberg School of Public Health and is the Field Chief Editor of Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. He directs Centers for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT) in the US and Europe, and was from 2002-2008 the head of the European Centre for Alternative Methods (ECVAM). Hartung offers an interesting perspective on animal-free innovation with better accuracy in (human) prediction, ethical benefits and cost-effectiveness by using AI, open access and more.

Registration 3Rs and NAMs: all inclusive?

The conference will take place at the Jaarbeurs Media Plaza in Utrecht. The full program can soon be found at the event page. Make sure to secure your attendance in advance and register now. You can also participate online!

More information

Transitie Proefdiervrije Innovatie
3Rs Centre Utrecht
TPI Utrecht
Nationaal Comité advies dierproevenbeleid (Ncad)