Five key areas of expertise trusted by the EU

lab trainings

Hands-on training to accompany scientists within the project proposal and dissemination of their results in the lab to professionnals in addition to peer-reviewed articles.

Skills 4 Science

Summer school for young scientists.

congress organizer

For the consortium gathering.

e-communication

Benefit from our network and outreach professionals as well as layman audience on social networks.

Public affairs

Connect your scientific project with EU policymakers.

Altertox Academy is contributing in four granted projects :

The European Commission Directorate General Joint Research Centre and Abilways IFE relies for the 2018-2020 period on Altertox to train its staff on “scientific evidence in policy making” to implement their knowledge management for policy scheme. A total of 400 people will be trained.

Project reference : 650628

University of Konstanz Center for alternative to animal testing (CAAT-Europe) counts on Altertox services for the Horizon 2020 EU-ToxRisk.  

Project reference : 681002

“Mapping education and trainings on the 3Rs and feasibility study on indicators of alternative methods to animal experimentation” inventory for the European Commission DG-JRC-EURL ECVAM funded project (Tender Reference JRC/IPR/2017/F.3/0065/NC) in collaboration with Biotox and Douglas Connect.

Altertox is also involved as an individual with “in3” funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action – Innovative Training Network.

 Project reference : 721975

Reviews on Non-animal Methods in Use for Biomedical Research” for the European Commission DG-JRC-EURL ECVAM funded project (Tender Reference JRC/IPR/2018/F.3/0035/OC) in collaboration with EcoMole and FRESCI