EPA Conference on the State of Science on Development and Use of NAMs for Chemical Safety Testing
Please save the date for the US Environmental Protection Agency’s 2022 Conference on the State of the Science on Development and Use of New Approach Methods (NAMs) for Chemical Safety Testing. It will be held in-person at EPA headquarters in Washington, DC on October 12-13, 2022. A virtual option will also be available.
In 2019, EPA committed to developing and implementing a work plan to reduce the use of vertebrate animals in chemical testing while ensuring protection of human health and the environment. To report progress on these activities, EPA hosts regular conferences to provide updates and solicit input from interested stakeholders. The conferences highlight the state of the science on the development and use of NAMs for chemical safety testing.
Agenda and Materials
- Alternative Test Methods and Strategies to Reduce Vertebrate Animal Testing
- Efforts to Reduce Vertebrate Animal Testing at EPA
- Directive to Prioritize Efforts to Reduce Vertebrate Animal Testing
- Past Conferences on the State of the Science on Development and Use of New Approach Methods (NAMs) for Chemical Safety Testing