June 22, 2017
On June 20-21, the annual meeting of the Netherlands Society of Toxicology (NVT) was held in Doorn. At that occasion, the NVT membership has approved new rules and regulations for training and registration of toxicologists, and the bylaws of NVT have been updated as well. The documents approved and details of their coming into force will be published on the NVT website.
July 5, 2016
Do you know that PET has a Linkedin group for course participants, alumni, and otherwise interested toxicologists. The primary purpose of the PET Linkedin group is to convey information on postgraduate courses and training in toxicology and risk assessment, complementary to the PET website. You may apply for membership of the PET Linkedin group by clicking the logo below.
May 3, 2016
Due to public holidays and the move of the PET office after 30 years ! from “De Dreijen” (Tuinlaan 5) to the campus of Wageningen University, we may not be very responsive this week and next week. As of May 9, the physical address will be Helix building, Stippeneng 4, Wageningen. As of May 17, we expect everything to be as usual again.
February 11, 2016
The PET website will be down for some time on February 22 around noon for server maintenance.
November 10, 2015
PET is pleased to announce that dr. Astrid Bulder of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM, Bilthoven) will be the new coordinator of the PET course Legal and Regulatory Toxicology.
Astrid takes over from prof. Rolaf van Leeuwen after his retirement last year.
EUROTOX provides fellowships for comprehensive training in Toxicology for cross-border attendance of ERT courses by candidates in training to become ERT. Note that PET courses are recognized by EUROTOX. For eligibility and application deadlines please follow this link to the EUROTOX website.
PET is now using Blackboard (Bb) as digital/electronic learning environment for its courses. This will facilitate the distribution of learning materials in a sustainable (paper-free) way. In addition, communication among students and between students and staff, and the sharing of information and results of course activities are greatly enhanced.
Last updated: 22-Jun-17