Center For Alternatives To Animal Testing
DescriptionThe Center’s goal is to develop innovative non-whole animal methods to evaluate fully commercial and/or therapeutic products to ensure the public’s health and safety. The Center is affiliated with the division of toxicological sciences in the department of environmental health at Johns Hopkins University. Projects that lead to the refinement, replacement, or reduction in the use of animals in toxicity testing are of interest as is the dissemination of scientifically correct information about these methods and their applications. Funding is not available for projects focusing on mutagenicity or carcinogenicity.
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