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4 November 2019

Memorandum of Understanding ESTIV and JUAI-REC-NBFN

During the 10th International Industrial and Environmental Toxicology Congress held 26-29 October 2019 in Antalya-Turkey, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between ESTIV and the Joint Ukraine-Azerbaijan International Research and Education Center for Nanobiotechnology and Functional Nanosystems (JUAI-REC-NBFN). By signing this Memorandum of Understanding, both societies intend to strengthen their relationship through an exchange of information relevant to the missions of the societies and by fostering an environment to expand the development, use and regulatory acceptance of predictive human-relevant non-animal approaches for toxicology. The goal of the Memorandum of Understanding is to provide members of each society a greater platform in which to develop and share their expertise. The societies wish to promote information exchange between the organizations and their membership in many mutually beneficial ways, including (i) arranging or supporting respective annual meetings or other related symposia, workshops and trainings, (ii) encouraging members of each society to share their work and expertise in these methodologies through newsletter articles, webinars or direct communication with the corresponding membership, (iii) promoting the attendance and participation, through oral or poster presentations, at the annual meetings of both societies, and (iv) publicizing potential research collaborations, career opportunities or relevant information between both societies.

Picture: Aziz Eftekhari, Elham Ahmedian, Taras Kavetskyy, Khalilov Rovshan, Sadegh Rostamnia (JUAI-REC-NBFN) and Mathieu Vinken (ESTIV) signing the Memorandum of Understanding.

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