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Endocrine Active Substances Information System (EASIS)
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JRC releases report on key scientific issues for the identification and characterisation of endocrine disrupting substances - Mar 01, 2013
JRC releases report on key scientific issues for the identification and characterisation of endocrine disrupting substances
The report will be used by the Commission, with other input such as the recently issued opinion of the European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) Scientific Committee, to provide the scientific basis for criteria for the identification of endocrine disrupting substances, to be applied, as appropriate, across all relevant pieces of legislation concerning the control and risk management of substances (including pesticides, biocides, pharmaceuticals, industrial chemicals, controls on water quality, occupational exposure, etc)
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Endocrine disrupters
Endocrine disrupters are substances, man-made or natural, which can interfere with the hormone systems of humans and wildlife, with potentially adverse effects, for example, on fertility and neural development.
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EU Conference on Endocrine Disruptors: Current challenges in science and policy - Jun 11, 2012 - Jun 12, 2012
EU Conference on Endocrine Disruptors: Current challenges in science and policy
The presentations and discussions will cover the effects of endocrine disruptors on human health and the environment, the risks, the identification of endocrine disruptors and policy objectives
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Now available: final programme of EU Conference on Endocrine Disruptors - Oct 01, 2010
Now available: final programme of EU Conference on Endocrine Disruptors
To be held in Brussels on 11-12 June 2012 . The presentations and discussions will cover the effects of endocrine disruptors on human health and the environment, the risks, the identification of endocrine disruptors and policy objectives
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JRC-IHCP at the conference on "Endocrine Disruptors: Current challenges in science and policy" - Jun 20, 2012
JRC-IHCP at the conference on "Endocrine Disruptors: Current challenges in science and policy"
Challenges for scientists to make appropriate risk assessment and for policy makers to establish an appropriate legislative framework. Development of Endocrine Active Substances Information System (EASIS) undertaken by JRC-IHCP.
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Third meeting of the Endocrine Disrupters Expert Advisory Group - Jun 26, 2012 - Jun 27, 2012
Third meeting of the Endocrine Disrupters Expert Advisory Group
To provide advice to the European Commission on scientific issues relevant to criteria for the identification of endocrine disrupters
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Presentations now available: EU Conference on Endocrine Disruptors: Current challenges in science and policy - Dec 01, 2012
Presentations now available: EU Conference on Endocrine Disruptors: Current challenges in science and policy
Held in Brussels, 11-12 June 2012
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International Workshop: Low Dose Effects and Non-Monotonic Dose Responses for Endocrine Active Chemicals: Science to Practice - Sep 11, 2012 - Sep 13, 2012
International Workshop: Low Dose Effects and Non-Monotonic Dose Responses for Endocrine Active Chemicals: Science to Practice
This workshop seeks to lay out the evidence for low dose effects and non-monotonic dose responses in relation to endocrine active chemicals, with the goal of establishing whether the current observations are sufficient to re-examine the ways in which chemicals are tested for endocrine disrupting properties and how risk to human health may be managed.
Located in Laboratories & Research Areas / Endocrine disrupters
Joint JRC-NIEHS Workshop on Low Dose Effects of Endocrine Active Chemicals - Sep 20, 2013
Joint JRC-NIEHS Workshop on Low Dose Effects of Endocrine Active Chemicals
Risk assessors, toxicologists, endocrinologists, and epidemiologists met on 11-13 September in Berlin to discuss whether the current data on low dose effects and non-monotonic dose response curves for endocrine active substances are sufficient to re-examine the ways in which chemicals are tested for endocrine disrupting properties and how risk to human health is managed.
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