Registration, Format & Info
|Start:||Wednesday, 27th November, 2019 18:00 hrs.|
|End:||Friday, 29th November, 2019 12:00 hrs.|
|Hotel:||NH Hotel, Jaarbeursplein 24, Utrecht.|
|Conference:||Utrecht Science Park, Utrecht.|
*We encourage participants to attend the entire conference as the programme is designed to build up towards a joined follow up.
Accelerate the transition towards annimal-free innovations and implementation through innovative policies and co-creation.
Biomedical research, toxicology, validation, regulation funding, valorisation, translation, human measurement model, innovation, business case, cure, care, efficacy, safety, acceleration, transition, animal free, open science, better science.
150 international scientists, entrepreneurs, research funders, NGO’s, regulators and policymakers daring to pioneer with innovative animal-free research.
This conference applies a creative and interactive format. We are building up the conference towards a joined follow up. We start the Pioneer-2-Policymaker conference by sharing our innovative practices and policies. We introduce you to the Dutch TPI programme and we ask you to share innovative policies and practices from your country. We reflect and explore in more depth through dialogue with regulators, by building business cases for innovative practices and through the reviewing of high impact regulation and policies. During energizing brainstorm sessions we allow our imagination to explore new possibilities. We conclude with our next steps towards new joined collaborations and new joined statements to be presented during the WC11!
|November 27th 18.00 – 21.00 hrs.||Introduction of TPI
Interactive session with TPI pioneers.
|November 28th 9.00 - 21.00 hrs.||
Daring to pioneer Interactive session:
Testimonials from practices and open dialogue
Organizing trust and confidence in emerging in vitro and in silico tools.
Interview with Carola Schouten, Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality
Exploring Future Policy & Practice
|November 29th 9.00 – 12.00 hrs.||
Moving Towards World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use (WC11)
The invitation includes hotel stay for two nights and transfer from airport to venue free of charge.
Contact points: For more information about the program you can contact Ngoc Berris (projectmanager International Cooperation) T: +31 6-83718235 or @: email@example.com
For more information about the logistics you can contact Liesbeth Laarhoven (Eventplanner International Event) T:+31625683475 or @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The organization reserves the right to ensure a balanced composition of participants at the conference in its invitation policy. We aim for half national and half international attendees and a good spread between pioneering scientists, entrepreneurs, research funders, regulators, and policymakers.