TERA News 8/7/2019

TERA’s journal submission regarding the safety
assessment of the chemical chlorpyrifos

Read the journal in the TERA News section.


Boot Camp Update 8/8/2019

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TERA News 8/7/2019

"Journal Accepted" Research Case Study with Perfluorooctanoate (PFOA)
Read the full manuscript in the TERA News section.

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Society of Risk Assessment (SRA)
to form SRA Africa Regional Chapter (SRA-Africa)

TERA Toxicologist
Bernard Gadagbui M.S., Ph.D., DABT, ERT
is one of the three advisors of SRA-Africa
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2019 Dose-Response Assessment Boot Camp Course

Read the article written by Anne Elise Turco who attended
our Dose-Response Assessment Boot Camp course.
last April Click Here to Read




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