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UPCOMING ICEDA'S ACTIVITES

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PLANNED ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTION

The ICEDA’s mission is to foster collaboration among its members and the training of the next generation of scientists in the field of endocrine. ICEDA is an effective platform between the academic world, policy-makers and the population. To carry out this mission, various scientific activities are planned.

ANNUAL RESEARCH DAY
Conferences given by members, guest speakers and students, as well as presentations by the various governance committees of ICEDA.
WEBINARS
Presentations by members, student members and guest speakers that will be broadcast live on the web to allow all the members and collaborators of the research network to participate. These webinars will both provide a better understanding of the expertise of members and contribute to the training of students.
WORKSHOPS
The aim is to improve the students’ knowledge of the various issues of endocrine disruption (e.g. the legislation of toxic substances, new techniques to analyze the effects of endocrine disruptors and/or their concentration in the environment, and data analysis).
SCIENCE CAFÉS

About endocrine disruptors.

SCIENTIFIC CAPSULES
Will be available on the web and be produced for various organizations working in the field.
PARTICIPATION IN RADIO AND TELEVISION PROGRAMS
In order to inform the population.
JOINT ACTIVITIES
Symposiums, conferences, funding, and workshops through links with other research networks whose interests are complementary to ours.