Consultant Toxicologist/Drug Safety Specialist m/f (non-clinical)

Tasks:
• Safety data collection from toxicology platforms and literature research
• Use of (Q)SAR methods to screen chemicals for structural safety alerts
• Compilation of safety data
Requirements:
• University degree in toxicology (preferred), human biology, human or veterinary medicine, (bio)chemistry, preferably PhD or equal in experience
• Experience in literature based toxicological risk assessment of chemicals on human health
• Experience with the application of in vitro and/or computational toxicology approaches preferred

Baxter BioScience in Austria is the most important research location of the American parent company Baxter International. Our top priorities are the development and improvement of pharmaceutical products in order to make a meaningful difference in patients’ lives. To fully implement our priorities, we are looking for people who are committed and ready for action – people like you.

If you are interested in supporting our team, we are looking forward to receiving your
detailed application.
Baxter Innovations GmbH
Mag. Katharina Tomek-Jäger
Human Resources
Wagramerstraße 17-19/IZD Tower, 1221 Vienna, Austria
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All human beings are exposed to radiation from natural as well as from human-made sources. Natural exposure is received from the sky (cosmic), soil (terrestic), and incorporated radionuclides. Among anthropogenic radiation sources, the exposure by medical diagnostics is predominant.

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Pathology Experts and XOventure Life Science Experts invite you to attend
3-Day Expert Course on Drug Discovery/Development Challenges & Solutions

More at:http://www.eurotox.com/doc/2011-Drug%20discovery.pdf

http://www.eurotox.com/pag.asp?ID_pagina=93

 

Is dental amalgam safe for humans?

The opinion of the scientific committee of the European Commission

Joachim Mutter

Full article at http://www.occup-med.com/content/pdf/1745-6673-6-2.pdf

(a) Dental amalgam is by far the main source of human total mercury body burden. This is proven by autopsy studies which found 2-12 times more mercury in body tissues of individuals with dental amalgam. Autopsy studies are the most valuable and most important studies for examining the amalgam-caused mercury body burden.
(b) These autopsy studies have shown consistently that many individuals with amalgam have toxic levels of mercury in their brains or kidneys.
(c) There is no correlation between mercury levels in blood or urine, and the levels in body tissues or the severity of clinical symptoms.
(d) The half-life of mercury in the brain can last from several years to decades, thus mercury accumulates over time of amalgam exposure in body tissues to toxic levels.
(e) Mercury vapor is about ten times more toxic than lead on human neurons and with synergistic toxicity to other metals.
(f) Most studies cited by SCENIHR which conclude that amalgam fillings are safe have severe methodical flaws.

 

MedImmune,  the global biologics unit of AstraZeneca
Granta Park, Cambridge, UK
Toxicology Project Leader (Senior/Principal Toxicologist)
To help us meet the many challenges that MedImmune’s new horizons present, we have an opportunity to join our growing Toxicology team.

More at: http://www.eurotox.com/doc/2011-MedImmune-Tox%20Advert.pdf

 

 
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