The IPTC series of conferences brings together experts on particle toxicology. The audience is worldwide and all types of particles are considered. The conference covers basic research issues, but has a strong focus on applications of particle toxicology, which are in work place safety, environmental safety, consumer safety, medical and diagnostic developments and other fields.
A focus of the Salzburg meeting will be the challenges to translate knowledge derived from particle safety research into regulation and legislation, which is now a main issue in the field. The first IPTC in Austria will contribute to developing solutions for the benefit of workers, consumers, patients and environment. An International Young Scientist Forum (IYSF) for PhD students will precede the IPTC.
We invite you to Salzburg and look forward to see you here!
|Pulmonary-derived circulating factors promote cerebrovascular inflammatory mechanisms following inhalation of particles and gases
M. Campen, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque/USA
|Surfaces of particles and fibres: Their role in assessing exposure and toxicity
Mary Gulumian, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg/SA
|Risks and benefits of oral particle exposure
Jonathan Powell, University of Cambridge/UK
|Understanding Toxicological Risks of Dermal Exposure to Engineered Nanomaterials: Is there Anything More to Study?
Ng Kee Woei, Nanyang Technological University, Singapoore/SG
|Adverse systemic effects due to exposure to fine and ultrafine particulate matter: target beyond the lung
Andrea De Vizcaya-Ruiz, Cinvestav, Mexico City/MX
|Deadline for abstract submission for YSF and IPTC||3 May 2019|
|Start of online registration||end of May 2019|
|Deadline of early bird registration||12 July 2019|
|Deadline for appearance in the list of participants||18 August 2019|
|International Young Scientist Forum||9-10 September 2019|
|International Particle Toxicology Conference||11-13 September 2019|
60486 Frankfurt am Main
Online registration is now available
Preliminary programme online