2017 - Too valuable to waste: Experiments on humans and animals

FederaDag 2017

Too valuable to waste: Experiments on humans and animals.

Federa in co-operation with ZonMw (The Dutch Organisation of Health Research & Development)

Friday June 16th, 2017.

NWO (Dutch Organisation for Applied Science)

Laan van NOI 300, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Directions

 

Program

 concept programm Federadag 2017

 

 

Download 'Call for posters at the FederaDag 2017'

Abstracts should be submitted to one of the following topics:

  • Regulatory challenges
  • Advances in experimental design
  • Reporting by design
  • Tomorrow's testing on trial

 

Abstracts should be written in English.

Composition of the abstracts:

Short title (will be used for all correspondence): maximum 60 characters

Authors: identify presenting author, maximum 10 authors, affiliations marked in superscript (e.g.,1,2) with each author and specified in conclusion of the authors’ section.

Full title (title printed in the program): maximum 250 characters

Body text: maximum 3000 characters. Maybe divided in sections.

The body text of an abstract on original research should typically contain clearly identified sections entitled: ‘materials and methods’, ‘results’, ‘discussion and conclusions’ and some key references.

Abbreviations should be avoided or explained.

Presenting authors should be present at the FederaDag, toovaluabletowaste.com

Submit your abstract before May 1st 2017 by email: toovaluabletowaste@gmail.com

PDF for call for posters

 

Organized by Federa and ZonMw (The Dutch Organisation of Health Research & Development)

Programme committee FederaDag 2017

John Jacobs, chair program committee (Federa; VUmc)


Martje Fentener van Vlissingen (Federa; ErasmusMC)

Agnes van der Heide  (Federa; ErasmusMC)

Evert van Leeuwen (Federa; RadboudUMC)

Leendert Looijenga (Federa; ErasmusMC)

Erica van Oort (ZonMw)

Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga (Federa; RadboudUMC)

Gerard Swaen (Federa; Maastrichti University)

Anje te Velde (Federa; AMC)

 

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