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RIFM's 52nd Annual Meeting - Thursday, September 27, 2018

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New Webinar - Effective Use of the RIFM Genotoxicity Data Visualization Tool (GDVT) Thursday, September 20, 2018

This webinar will demonstrate all features of RIFM's GDVT and illustrate how to use it effectively in your research and product management.                                                                                                                                                                                           REGISTER         

 

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

09/20/18
Effective Use of the RIFM Genotoxicity Data Visualization Tool (GDVT)
This new webinar is for RIFM Members and Database users. Yax Thakkar, RIFM Scientist, Genetox, demonstrates all of the features of RIFM's GDVT and illustrates how to use it effectively in your research and product management.

Location: Webinar


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FEATURED NEWS

05/02/18

RIFM Scientists Receive Early Investigator Award from the Genetic Toxicology Association



Two RIFM scientists were awarded by the Genetic Toxicology Association (GTA) for their abstract, “The Bluescreen HC™ Assay to Predict the Genotoxic Potential for Fragrance Materials

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

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RIFM Procedure To Review Fragrance Materials Not Included In The Safety Assessment Program

This brief RIFM publication outlines the process for completing a Safety Assessment on a new material that is not already being processed through the RIFM Safety Assessment Program.

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Integrating habits and practices data for soaps, cosmetics and air care products into an existing aggregate exposure model

Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology Volume 88, August 2017, Pages 144156