Regulatory GENETIC TOXICOLOGY
From the theory, methods, review protocols, reports and data interpretation
•Genetic toxicology test methods – primary in vitro and in vivo tests
•Ames test training video – optional
•Reviewing Protocols and Reports
•Interpretation of mammalian genotoxicity studies (chromosome aberration and gene mutation assay), including some specific examples
•What to do if you get positive results?
•Pros and cons of the various in vivo test guidelines
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► To acquire a basic understanding of the theory and methods of the standard genetic toxicology assays used for regulatory purposes.
► To understand how to review protocols and reports and how to interpret the data.
► Data-interpretation exercises including how to manage positive data.
► Product Managers
► Regulatory Affairs Managers
► Hygiene and Safety Managers
more detailsPeter Jenkinson has a PhD in reproductive toxicology and over 30 years' experience in the CRO industry specialising in genetic toxicology.
After having worked during 4 years as a Scientific Officer in the Genetic Toxicology Department of the British Industrial Biological Research Association, he then spent 20 years at Safepharm Laboratories Limited, first as head of the Genetic Toxicology Department, then as General Manager of the society.
Latterly he was the director of the Chemical Business Unit at Harlan Laboratories with a primary role of developing the REACH services of the company. In March 2010 he joined CEHTRA to open the UK office and has provided expert toxicology advice, particularly for study monitoring and data interpretation.
Peter Jenkinson is member of the EEMS, Member of the UK Environmental Mutagen Society (UKEMS, of which he was Secretary from 2002 to 2008) and Member of the Industrial Genotoxicology Group (IGG, for which he was chairperson from 1996 to 1999).