New Approach Methodology (NAM) Use for Regulatory Application (NURA) is a continuing education program designed to provide professionals in the field of toxicology with specialized resources and basic hands-on training in new approach methodologies. NURA offers training, seminars, and other events to promote the use of nonanimal approaches within various regulatory frameworks. In 2018, NURA kicked off its inaugural event with a training geared toward NAM use under the Toxic Substances Control Act. Our goal is to unite industry, government, academia, and other interested stakeholders to promote regulatory NAM development and implementation via training and focused events. Once checked against the requirements of various domestic and international certifying and licensing boards, attendance or participation at NURA events can be applied toward continuing education credits.
Join us for our next three-part training series!
|Thursdays, February 23rd, March 2nd, and March 9th
10-12 PM ET
There is a growing consensus among experts that the current carcinogenicity assessment paradigm needs to shift from the traditional 2-year rodent “bioassay” to a more predictive, human-relevant carcinogenicity assessment. This series features international experts from regulatory, industry, and academic backgrounds working to achieve this goal.
In this training series, hear directly from experts covering current progress among working groups, AOPs and IATAs, case studies, and promising technologies to use in weight of evidence carcinogenicity assessments. After each session, you will have the opportunity to have your questions answered in the Q&A session.
A printable agenda is available for download below. You will receive session materials through the Zoom Webinar platform ahead of the event. Recordings and other materials will be made available shortly after the sessions.
Registration is free but required to attend – sign up today!
Regulatory Toxicology has reached a tipping point – animal tests are increasingly outmoded by New Approach Methodologies (NAMs) that offer the potential to improve human health and environmental protection. So why is the transition out of animal testing and into a NAM-based approach to Chemical Safety Assessment predicted to take so long by so many commentators? And what can we collectively do to accelerate this transition? This seminar series explores these questions by inviting speakers to share candid perspectives on how they’ve overcome barriers to apply NAMs in their fields and discuss how we can learn from these examples to increase NAM use together. So please register, come along, and share your thoughts with our speakers.
For your convenience, a printable agenda is available for download below. Please consult this as we continue to schedule speakers and update the information.
Recordings and other materials will be made available shortly after each session on the DyNAMic Discussions learning portal.
Registration is free but required to attend – sign up today for the next session!
Previous NURA Trainings
Click on past event names below to access resources and recorded lectures describing the latest approaches in toxicology, including in vitro and in silico methods for skin and eye irritation, skin sensitization, and other topics.
Human In, Human Out: Using Primary and Population Data for PBPK Analyses November 2022 Virtual webinar series
NAMs to Address Population Variability and Susceptibility
July – October 2022
Virtual webinar series
ICE, ICE, Data: Using NICEATM’s Integrated Chemical Environment to support chemical evaluations
April 18-19, 2022
New Approach Methodologies for the Biological Safety Assessment of Medical Devices|
December 2-3, 2021 Virtual event
Nix the Six: Strategies for Implementing a Non-animal Acute Six-Pack
September 9 – October 7, 2021
Practical Applications of NAMs in Chemical Safety Assessment: Applying US EPA Tools and Approaches in Practice
October 23, 2020
Applied Principles of New Approach Methodologies from Consumer Product Sectors
October 26 and 30, 2020
Integrating Modern Science Approaches
Dec. 11-12, 2019
Tools for Computational Toxicology
Sept. 26, 2019
NURA: Evaluating Toxicological Information Using Modern Science
May 21-22, 2019
Institute for In Vitro Sciences
New Approach Methodology Use for Regulatory Application (NURA): Integrating New Approaches into Your TSCA Testing Inaugural Event
Oct. 1-2, 2018
Research Triangle Park, NC
Use New Approach Methodologies for Regulatory Application