Students & Young investigators

Don’t miss this opportunity to take part in interesting scientific presentations and expand your professional network! Come to Eurotox 2012 in Stockholm! Reduced registration and CEC fees for students and young investigators, as well as 50 % reduced price for the gala dinner for students.


Special events for students and young investigators

Guru lunches, during lunch hours on June 18 and 19

Take the chance to have an inspiring meeting with a prominent researcher, senior toxicologist (industry/regulatory agency/academy/university) or other professionals in a relaxing setting!

Separate one-hour sessions with one guru and approximately 10-12 students will be set up during lunch hours on June 18 and 19, focusing on different research fields or current issues within the science and expertise of the guru. The format of the session should mainly be an informal discussion based on questions from the students about the specific topic. The role of the guru would be to add a personal touch to his/hers scientific expertise, and to share this expertise as well as personal experience from his/hers toxicological career. We believe that this activity in the Eurotox Congress program will be an appreciated and valuable addition for students and young investigators attending the congress!


More information as well as registration for the guru-lunches will be provided on-site at the Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre in connection with the registration desk near the main entrance. There is no registration fee, but spaces are limited!


David R. Bell

Evaluation Unit E1,

European Chemicals Agency (ECHA),

Helsinki, Finland.

Guru lunch topic: Regulatory toxicology, REACH and ECHA – Increased demand for well trained toxicologists and risk assessors? – Challenges?

Date: Monday June 18, 12.00 – 13.00.


Bengt Fadeel, Professor and Vice Chairman

Institute of Environmental Medicine (IMM),

Karolinska Institutet,
Stockholm, Sweden.

Guru lunch topic: How to succeed in a new and innovative field of research – Example: nanotoxicology – potential risks and safety assessment.

Date: Monday June 18, 12.00 – 13.00.


Elaine M. Faustman, Ph.D. DABT, Professor and Director

Institute for Risk Analysis and Risk Communication,

Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences,

University of Washington, 

Seattle, USA.

Guru lunch topic: Risk assessment for the 21century – Phasing out animal studies – Challenges with in vitro testing and consequences for risk- and safety assessments.

Date: Tuesday June 19, 13.00 – 14.00.


Peter Moldeus, Professor, Global VP AstraZeneca R&D

AstraZeneca, Safety Assessment,
Södertälje, Sweden.

Guru lunch topic: From a university toxicological research institution to global industrial pharmaceutical safety assessment – An academy and industry interaction.

Date: Tuesday June 19, 13.00 – 14.00.


Andreas Kortenkamp, Professor

Institue for the Environment, Brunel University London, UK.

Guru lunch topic: Combined exposures of EDCs and mixture effects – Challenges, perspectives and current EU activities.

Date: Tuesday June 19, 13.00 – 14.00.


City Hall Reception After Party, June 18

Still going strong after the City Hall Reception?
Join us for a drink afterwards at one of Stockholm’s most popular bars! More information will be provided on-site at the Stockholm Waterfront Conference Centre. Make sure to keep an eye out for more information about the special student and young investigators events in the registration area.


Accommodation: Youth hostels and budget hotels

Reservations at youth hostels and budget hotels are to be made directly to the specific hotel or hostel. No pre-reservations are possible through MCI. Prices are around SEK 180 - 500 per night and per bed, in shared rooms, with common facilities and excluding breakfast. At some hostels and many budget hotels, single and double rooms are also available.


For further information and contact:

Eurotox accomodation