Thank you to everyone already registered for our AIT webinar sessions 2021. Places are filling fast so please register for the webinars you are interested in below as soon as practicable.
Registration is now open for the free of charge AIT webinars 2021.
For detailed information visit: http://www.bstp.org.uk/events/2021-ait-webinars/
Please email email@example.com detailing the webinars that you want to attend. Early response is advised as there are only 150 places available for each session. If the sessions are full a waiting list will be employed. Thank you.
All webinar session recordings will be placed onto the secure members area of the AIT website after each event for AIT members to view at their own leisure. You will have access to the members area if you have attended a 3-day AIT conference in the last 3 years. If not there is a fee to pay to access the recordings of £30 GBP/year. Please contact me if you have any queries about this.
The AIT would like to sincerely thank our Webinar Sponsors:
2021 AIT webinars:
- Wednesday 6th October 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time):Elizabeth Neyens, Toxicological Pathologist (Flanderstoxpath Consulting): Specific Inhalation Pathology related to electronic nicotine delivery system devices (ENDS).
- Thursday 7th October 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time):Christopher Collins (QSCL): Toxicological assessment of inhalation medical devices.
- Monday 11th October 2021 at 4-5pm (UK time):Jeff Tepper (Teppertox Consulting): Either: Determining efficacious and safe starting doses for orally, inhaled and intranasally administered drug products Or: BAL technique, how and why to use it, what information might be gained by using the technique.
- Monday 18th October 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time):David Jones (MHRA): The lung effects following COVID-19 and how “good” the animal models of disease are.
- Monday 1st November 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time):Mary McElroy (CRL): Development of Rat Models of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) for Efficacy and Safety Assessment.
- Wednesday 3rd November 2021 at 2-3pm (UK time):James Randazzo (CRL): A Mighty Approach to Generating Aerosolized Cannabidiol.
- Thursday 4th November 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time):Zachary Enlo Scott (final year PhD student within the Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, at King’s College London): A combined in vitro-in silico approach for the toxicokinetic prediction of inhaled pesticides.
- Monday 8th November 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time):Alison Wolfreys (UCB Pharma) and Jo Kilgour (Regulatory Sciences and AIT): Inhaled biologics working party white paper update.
- Wednesday 10th November 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time):Peter Hall (UCB Pharma): Challenges of Inhaled Biologics – Pathology, Immunogenicity and Mechanisms of Toxicity.
- Thursday 11th November 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time):Jake McDonald (Lovelace Biomedical): Title TBC.
TBC: 11. Monday 15th November 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time): Simon Moore (LabCorp): AIT working group update for industry calibration of cascade impactors (specifically Marple).
TBC: 12. Wednesday 17th November 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time): Simon Moore (LabCorp): Primate animal welfare / exposure system design.
TBC: 13. Thursday 18th November 2021 at 1-2pm (UK time): Helen Palmer (Covance): Bronchial lavage (BAL) in different species (specifically primates and dogs).