CRU welcomes all interested to the lunch-to-lunch symposium
Reproductive toxicity and endocrine disruption – an update
18-19 October 2018
Professor Charles Tyler, Exeter University, UK, ”Using fish for assessing the environmental impacts of endocrine disrupting chemicals”.
Other invited speakers (full programme below):
- Paul Jepson, Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London, UK: “The killer whale apocalypse: PCB driven reproductive toxicity in cetaceans”
- Louise Ramhøj,National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark: “Developmental toxicity of perfluorinated compounds in rats – with focus on endocrine disruption and mixture effects”
- Anders Glynn, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences:” Early-life exposure to PFASs and child health – results from the POPUP cohort”
- Anna Mattsson, Uppsala University: “Bisphenol AF and a metabolite of bisphenol A disrupt reproductive organ development in the chicken embryo”
- Anna Roos, Swedish Museum of Natural History: “Transfer of contaminants from mother to cubs in otters from Sweden”
- Matts Olovsson, Uppsala University: “In vitro studies of effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals on human endometrial receptivity and embryo implantation”
- Sofie Svanholm, Uppsala University: “The frog as a model in reproductive toxicology”
- Ylva Sjunnesson and Ida Hallgren, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences: “Effects of a perfluorinated compound (PFNA) in a bovine embryo development model”
Deadline for registration is September 20th. The attendance fee is 400 SEK.