Acknowledgement of country
• We in ACTRA acknowledge the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the unceded lands and waters across Australia where we conduct the business of the society.
• We also respectfully acknowledge their Ancestors and Elders, past, present and emerging.
13th Annual Scientific Meeting and Continuing Education Day
The 13th ACTRA Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) will be held on Thursday 26 August and Friday 27 August 2021 in Sydney.
A one day Continuing Education Course will precede the ASM on Wednesday 25 August 2021.
The conference will focus on advances in assessment and understanding of petroleum toxicology and neurotoxicology and their application in risk assessment practice.
ACTRA Webinar Series with Q&A
ACTRA Webinar Series with Q&A – Session #14
Topic: An Introduction to Biomarkers of Lower Urinary Tract Toxicity Plus Case Study
Thursday 5 August, 2021
3:00PM – 4:00PM AEST (Melb/Syd time)
Presenter: Dr Rhian Cope
Message from the ACTRA President
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Membership with ACTRA
The Australasian College of Toxicology and Risk Assessment Inc (ACTRA) has been established since July 2006.
ACTRA aims to:
- advance the study and applications of toxicology and health risk assessment as professional scientific disciplines, and
- cultivate (and maintain) the highest standards of professional practice and ethics in persons engaged in the sciences of toxicology and health risk assessment.
Membership of ACTRA is open to those working in the fields of toxicology and risk assessment. All members receive electronic newsletters and subsidised meeting or workshop registration fees.
Registration with ACTRA
An important objective in establishing ACTRA was to initiate a process whereby the professional standing and credentials of Australian and New Zealand toxicologists and health risk assessors (HRAs) could receive some type of formal, peer-reviewed recognition. In furtherance of this objective, ACTRA has established a professional Register of Toxicologists and HRAs.