The use of animals in scientific research has been the gold standard for many decades. Too often success in the lab does not translate to success in human applications. It is time to discover collectively how to further advance, validate and implement human biology-based models to replace animal testing in basic and applied research. This workshop draws together experts from academia and industry to address cutting-edge issues in In Vitro and In Silico modeling. Registration and attendance is FREE.

  • Efficacy, safety, capabilities, and applications of in vitro and computational models
  • Successes and challenges of implementing alternatives
  • Importance of partnerships with academia, industry, and regulatory agencies
  • Applications for new models in cancer research, toxicology, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic testing
Keynote Speaker

Thomas Hartung, MD, PhD

Professor and Doerenkamp-Zbinden Chair for Evidence-based Toxicology

Director, Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT)

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health


Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
located in the Beus Center for Law and Society
111 East Taylor Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Room – Armstrong Great Hall 

Thanks to Our Sponsors: