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Fish Toxicology in silico 170814-170819

PhD Course

The overall objectives are to generate a deeper understanding of the responses of marine organisms such as fish to environmental contamination pressures, including mixed stressor situations and such hazardous compounds and ocean acidification. The aim of the PhD course/Workshop activities is to bring together scientists and PhD students from different countries and to interact with scientist and experts at the Sven Lovén Center, Kristineberg. We will extract information from in vitro and in vivo experiments and integrate environmental genomics and exposure data into systems biology and create new models in silico. We embrace mathematical approaches, which can be developed to predict adverse outcomes of specific exposures and mixtures, and assist in future experimental designs. We will discuss development of biomarker technology and modelling tools.

To applicate, use the link below. Last day of application is May 31st 2017.

For more information, see syllabus.

Date & hour: 8/14/2017

Categories: Science

Organizer: Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Location: Kristineberg, Sven Lovén centrum för marina vetenskaper, Kristineberg 566, 451 78 Fiskebäckskil

Additional information:
170329 PhD Course Ecotoxicogenomics Mechanisms of Toxicity Preliminary Program August 14 to 20 in 2017.pdf

Last day of registration: 5/31/2017 at. 11:59 PM.

Contact person: Malin Celander

Number of seats: 12 (Of which 10 are booked)

Registration is closed for this event

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