Hopp til innhold

Få varsel ved oppdateringer av «Methods and tools for assessing chemical exposure in humans: protocol for a systematic scoping review»

Hvor ofte ønsker du å motta varsler fra fhi.no? (Gjelder alle dine varsler)
Ønsker du også varsler om:

E-postadressen du registrerer her vil kun bli brukt til å sende ut nyhetsvarsler du har bedt om. Du kan når som helst avslutte dine varsler og slette din e-post adresse ved å følge lenken i varslene du mottar.
Les mer om personvern på fhi.no

Du har meldt deg på nyhetsvarsel for:

  • Methods and tools for assessing chemical exposure in humans: protocol for a systematic scoping review

Prosjekt

Methods and tools for assessing chemical exposure in humans: protocol for a systematic scoping review - prosjektbeskrivelse

Publisert Oppdatert

The vision of ONTOX is to provide a functional and sustainable solution for advancing human risk assessment of chemicals without the use of animals in line with the principles of 21st century toxicity testing and next generation risk assessment.


Sammendrag

The project ‘Ontology-driven and artificial intelligence-based repeated dose toxicity testing of chemicals for next generation risk assessment’ (ONTOX) under the EU programme Horizon 2020 is running from 01.05.21 to 30.04.26 and is coordinated by Vrije Universiteit, Brussel, Belgium (project website, URL: https://ontox-project.eu/project/).

The vision of ONTOX is to provide a functional and sustainable solution for advancing human risk assessment of chemicals without the use of animals in line with the principles of 21st century toxicity testing and next generation risk assessment. ONTOX will perform exposure assessment on selected chemicals. Preferably existing dietary, dermal and inhalation exposure methods and/or tools will be used. In order to have the best selection of tools available, we will conduct this scoping review to get an overview over publicly available exposure methods/tools.

We will assess the advantages and disadvantages of the different methods that we identify.

Se fullstendig prosjektbeskrivelse på Cristin for mer informasjon om resultater, deltakere, kontakter med mer

Prosjektdeltakere

Prosjektleder

Trine Husøy, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Prosjektdeltakere

Michael Guy Diemar, 3RsMC ApS
Erwin Roggen, 3RsMC ApS
Maria Kalyva, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Hubert Dirven, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Gunn Elisabeth Vist, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Start

01.10.2021

Slutt

30.06.2023

Status

Pågående

Prosjekteier/ prosjektansvarlig

Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Prosjektleder

Trine Husøy

Prosjektdeltakere ved FHI

Gunn Elisabeth Vist

Maria Kalyva

Hubert Dirven