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PDF Posters, recorded presentations and AGM from the 2022/2023 AIT Virtual Webinars

Posters

LabCorp: The Effect on Body Weight of Rats After Varying Durations of Inhalation Administration Compared with Oral Administration

LabCorp: Meeting Aerosol Delivery Standards from Mesh Micropump Nebulizers for a Test Item Formulated in Ultrapure Water - a Case Study

LabCorp: The Use of Rat Tickling to Improve Animal Welfare - 3R's

LabCorp: Nuclease-Free Handling of Test Articles and Tissues in Rodent and NonHuman Primate Inhalation Toxicology Studies - A case Study

LabCorp: Refinement of Minipig Inhalation Restraint Training-3Rs

LabCorp: Innovation-Engineering-Services

All the PDF presentations for the 2022/2023 AIT virtual webinars (when available) may be viewed and downloaded.  

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Webinar Presentations (and slides where available)

Refinements in Minipig Inhalation Toxicology presented by Dr. Alice McNamara (Labcorp)
This webinar is sponsored by the British Toxicology Society (BTS) and In-Tox Products.

Refinements in Minipig Inhalation Toxicology by Dr. Alice McNamara

Link for the OECD Case study that Clive Roper mentions during the discussion: https://www.oecd.org/officialdocuments/publicdisplaydocumentpdf/?cote=env/cbc/mono(2022)31&doclanguage=en

The INSPiRE Initiative: developing human-based IN vitro Systems to Predict REspiratory toxicity – a proof of concept study using silanes presented by Dr. Andreas Stucki (The PSCI)
This webinar is sponsored by the British Toxicology Society (BTS)

The INSPiRE Initiative: developing human-based IN vitro Systems to Predict REspiratory toxicity – a proof of concept study using silanes presented by Dr. Andreas Stucki

Validation of an Aerosol Exposure Air-Liquid-Interface (AE-ALI) system to facilitate more realistic hazard identification of nano-sized aerosol exposure in human relevant culture models presented by Dr. Chang Guo (UKHSA)
This webinar is sponsored by the British Toxicology Society (BTS)

Validation of an Aerosol Exposure Air-Liquid-Interface (AE-ALI) system to facilitate more realistic hazard identification of nano-sized aerosol exposure in human relevant culture models

Cannabinoids: What are they, how are they made, used and tested presented by Stephen Goldman (Kaycha Labs)
This webinar is sponsored by Cerulean, VJO Canada and the British Toxicology Society (BTS)

Cannabinoids: What are they, how are they made, used and tested

Development of an aerosol-compatible cell culture exposure system and its application to quantify cellular uptake of particles at the air-liquid interface presented by Dr. Jessica R Murray (EPA)
This webinar is sponsored by the British Toxicology Society (BTS)

Development of an aerosol-compatible cell culture exposure system and its application to quantify cellular uptake of particles at the air-liquid interface

Sorry no recording available

New computational profiling approaches to identify inhaled sensory irritants presented by Shannon Kreiger (The Dow Chemical Company).
This webinar is sponsored by the British Toxicology Society (BTS)

New computational profiling approaches to identify inhaled sensory irritants

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