Invited lecturers

 

Bertol

Elisabetta Bertol, Italy

“Advanced EWS: NPS challenge: our strategy and related analytical cases”

 

Cakmak

Gonca Çakmak Demircigil, Turkey

“In vitro particulate matter (PM) genotoxicity with regards to the season and region”

 

Curcic

Marijana Ćurčić, Serbia

“Multiple chemicals exposure – challenges”

 

Drobne-nova

Damjana Drobne, Slovenia

“What makes nanoparticles toxic?”

 

Esteban

Javier Esteban Mozo, Spain

“Alterations of the retinoid system by brominated flame retardants”

 

Galli

Corrado Lodovico Galli, Italy

“Risk assessment in toxicology for plant protection products: much a do about nothing?”

 

Hackenberger

Branimir K. Hackenberger, Croatia

“Computing ecotoxicology – actuality and perspectives”

 

Hamer

Bojan Hamer, Croatia

“Interaction between climate change and biological monitoring of pollution”

 

Jaksic

Željko Jakšić, Croatia

“Fate and effect of engineered (manufactured) nanomaterials on marine ecosystem”

 

Kierdorf

Uwe Kierdorf, Germany

“From bats to kangaroos – research topics and approaches in wildlife toxicology”

 

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Zdravko Lovrić, Croatia

“Implementation of chemicals legislation in Croatia”

 

StefanBig

Stefan Mandić-Rajčević, Italy

“From field exposure assessment to preventive biological exposure limits in agricultural pesticide use”

 

Matovic

Vesna Matović, Serbia

“Overview of our results on cadmium toxicity”

 

Opsenica

Dušanka Milojković Opsenica, Serbia

“Urban Honey – Truths and Misconceptions”

 

Radic

Zoran Radić, USA

“50 years of allosteric hypothesis in cholinesterases, 25 years of its proof and its role in design of enhanced antidotes for organophosphate intoxication”