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Announcement: Financial support for research into alternatives to animal

Contributor: Dr. Sonja von Aulock, Editor in Chief, ALTEX Announcement
Financial support for research into alternatives to animal experiments
The Danish organisation Forsøgsdyrenes Værn and the Danish foundation
Alternativfondet announce financial support for research into the
development of alternatives to animal experiments. To qualify for
support it is not enough that your research is carried out [.]
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September Issue of the ECHA Newsletter

Contributor: Sherry Ward, AltTox The latest issue of the ECHA Newsletter
includes an article on the substitution of harmful chemicals with safer
alternatives. "Looking at a different approach to substitution, ECHA
Newsletter spoke with Dr Joel A. Tickner, Director and Associate
Professor of Community Health and Sustainability from the University of
Massachusetts Lowell, who has [.]
Read More <http://alttox.org/september-issue-of-the-echa-newsletter/>

Award for Adverse Outcome Pathway Development

Contributor: Katherine Groff, PETA International Science Consortium Ltd.
The European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC), the US
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Organisation for Economic
Co-operation and Development (OECD) collaboratively created the AOP Wiki
to provide the international scientific community an interactive
encyclopedia for AOP development. Working with AOP Wiki organisers, the
PETA International [.]
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FRAME Training School dates announced

Contributor: Anne Jeffery, FRAME Details of the next FRAME Training
School in experimental design and statistical analysis have been
released. It will be held in Voss, Norway from 1-3 February, 2016. When
scientists carry out experiments it is vitally important they are well
designed,otherwise they may waste resources or give the wrong answers.
This is especially [.]
Read More <http://alttox.org/frame-training-school-dates-announced/>

NIH call for proposals: Collaborative Projects to Accelerate Research in
Organ Fibrosis

Contributor: Sherry Ward, AltTox Collaborative Projects to Accelerate
Research in Organ Fibrosis (R01) (RFA-HL-16-003):
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-HL-16-003.html Due
Dates: October 22, 2015 and October 21, 2016 Purpose: While fibrogenesis
is an essential process in normal wound healing, aberrant and relentless
fibrogenesis in vital organs such as heart, lung, kidney, and bone
marrow can lead to debilitating symptoms [.]
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