The 8th Congress of Toxicology in 'Developing Countries' {8CTDC}




Risk Assessment Training & Experience (RATE) Principles & Understanding of Risk Assessments  


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Symposium 6: Occupational Toxicology
6.1 Occupational exposure to mercury in an oil and gas industries Salmaan H. Inayat-Hussain (Malaysia)
6.2  Occupational and environmental bladder cancer risk and genetic susceptibility Klaus Golka (Germany)
6.3 PAH and crystalline silica dust exposure Sema Burgaz (Turkey)
6.4 Rational use of animal toxicology data in setting up occupational exposure of chemicals to humans K.S. Rao (India)


Symposium 7: Toxicological Aspects of Nanoparticles
7.1 Roadmap for nonosafety - a mission impossible? Kai Savolainen (Finland)
7.2 Size-dependent translocation pattern, chemical transformation and toxicity of ferric oxide nanoparticles in the central nervous system Bing Wang (China)
7.3 Toxicity testing and intracellular uptake of gold nanoparticles Mary Gulumain (South Africa)
7.4 Nanotechnology safety Sirirurg Songsivilai (Thailand)


Symposium 8: Regulatory Toxicology Relating to Industry
8.1 REACH Heidi Foth (Germany)
8.2 Pesticide regulations Lewis Smith (UK)
8.3 Regulatory science for the safety evaluation in non-clinical research and development Ikuo Horii (Japan)
8.4 Progress of regulatory toxicology and risk assessment in China Lijie Fu (China)

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