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Åke Bergman symposium – From science to action for a chemical safe world
20 maj, 09:30 - 17:00
This symposium is a part of the celebration year for Örebro University (20 year anniversary) and it was presented as a gift from all Swetox university partners to Åke Bergman at the final Swetox workshop 17 December 2018. This gift is an acknowledgment of the key role Åke has played in the Swetox success story. Åke continues to play an important part in setting up the Swedish Academic Consortium for Chemical Safety (SwACCS) that will take over the role of Swetox.
The symposium, supported by Örebro University and Svenska Kemisamfundet, will take place 9.30-17.00, 20 May at Hörsal B in Bilbergska huset, Örebro University.
Juliette Legler: Visions for a chemical safe world
Derek Muir: Challenges in identifying chemicals of concern – A global perspective
Tom Zoeller: Changing perspectives on thyroid disruption
Patrik Andersson: Computational chemistry and toxicology – Short-cuts in assessing risks of chemicals?
Joelle Rüegg: Detecting effects of early-life exposures to endocrine disruptors – Could epigenetics help?
Carl-Gustaf Bornehag: Interdisciplinary studies for better risk assessment of chemicals
Leif Norrgren: The mouse trap – Previous, present and future environmental threats
Leif Kronberg: Pharmaceuticals and antibiotics in waste water – Occurrence, fate and degradation possibilities
Karin Norström och Linda Linderholm: Vår miljökemiska historia med Åke
Send your registration to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Limited number of seats, so please register early. Deadline 20 April.
Welcome and we hope to meet you in Örebro 20 may!
The organizing committee,
Magnus Engwall (MTM, Örebro University)
Anna Kärrman (Örebro University)
Joelle Rüegg (Karolinska Institute)
Carl-Gustaf Bornehag (Karlstad University)
Patrik Andersson (Umeå University)