Join Charles River on April 2-3. Genetic toxicology testing is required for all classes of chemicals and drugs, but its conduct can differ from compound to compound. A poor strategy can result in repeated studies, failure to meet timelines, or worse – abandonment of a once promising program.
At the North American Genotoxicity Workshop, you’ll learn how to successfully execute this unique aspect of your compound’s safety assessment, satisfying regulatory criteria and smoothing your path to market. Over two days, you’ll tackle program guidelines, regulations, and best practices, gain an in-depth understanding of the in vitro and in vivo assays that comprise a solid testing program, and gain insight into accurate evaluations of the results.
You’ll network with peers who face similar challenges and meet scientists who perform the assays and can offer strategic advice. Don’t miss this opportunity to arm yourself with the knowledge that can help your compound move forward through development.
The workshop will take place over the course of two days (Tuesday and Wednesday, April 2-3). Tuesday’s program includes the seminar and meals, including breakfast, lunch, snacks, and a dinner reception.
Day two includes breakfast, a half-day of presentations, and lunch followed by a tour of our laboratory facilities with assay demonstrations. The speakers and other Charles River scientists will join you for all meals, allowing for one on one conversations.