On September 30 and October 1, 2015 the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) will hold a meeting on “Interindividual variability: New ways to study and implications for decision making”. The conference is aimed to support decision makers in their understanding of how people’s responses to environmental stressors such as chemical exposures differ. Speakers from regulatory authorities and academia will cover topics ranging from new in vitro and in vivo approaches to epidemiological practices. The event will be held in Washington DC and is also available as webcast.
NAS (2015). “Interindividual variability: New ways to study and implications for decision making.” National Academy of Sciences.