The first ESTIV Early Career Award has been granted to Timothy Allen. He obtained a master’s degree in natural sciences in 2012, a doctoral degree in chemistry in 2016 and currently is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. His recent and current work focuses on the computational modelling of molecular initiating events in adverse outcome pathways as well as on the use of artificial intelligence in chemical safety evaluation. Timothy has built up an impressive track record over the past few years, including several publications in leading toxicology journals, invited lectures in international conferences and a number of prestigious research awards. He has been selected by the ESTIV board as the recipient of the Early Career Award in recognition of his outstanding and significant contribution to the field of animal-free toxicology.
About the ESTIV early career award
The European Society of Toxicology In Vitro (ESTIV) Early Career Award is given to an early career scientist in recognition of an outstanding and significant contribution to the field of in vitro and/or in silico toxicology. The award will be given for the first time in 2020 and intends to do so every 2 years coinciding with its biennial conferences.
The award includes:
- A prize of 500€.
- An award certificate.
- An invitation to the ESTIV conference taking place 8-11 June 2020 in Barcelona-Spain with full registration waiver, coverage of travel and accommodation costs, and guest lecture.