Join our Imptox junior researchers for a discussion on the impact of MNPs on human health!
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from our junior researchers about their scientific progress, their challenges and experiences!
The Imptox project is now in its second year and our junior researchers have played a vital role in the scientific process as we have been progressing towards our understanding of the impacts of micro- and nanoplastics on human health.
This workshop will give our early-stage researchers from the University of Belgrade, Ghent University, Hes-so and the Srebrnjak Children’s Hospital the chance to share their work in a public setting, receive valuable feedback, exchange knowledge and establish connections with other researchers.
The event is primarily aimed at scientists with an interest in micro- and nanoplastics (MNPs) research or any of its related fields. Civil society, members of the general public and stakeholders who want to learn more about the science behind micro- and nanoplastics and their impact on human health are welcome to join as well. More Imptox junior researchers and senior scientists will be in the auditorium looking forward to exchanging views with presenters and the audience.
The workshop will take place on Thursday, October 20th 2022 from 14.30– 16.30 in a hybrid format. Participants can log in via zoom or take part in person at the University of Belgrade.
Please click here for the day's AGENDA and details about each talk.
In-person venue: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, Studentksi Trg 16, Lecture Hall.
Registration is required for both, in-person and online participation.
REGISTER HERE for the workshop “Exploring the effects of micro- and nanoplastics on human health: Imptox junior researchers share experiences & challenges” and get ready for an afternoon full of interesting talks and discussions.
The Imptox consortium will take advantage of all partners uniting in Belgrade and has set-up a series of internal meetings around the core event where they will discuss their research progress and challenges.