This course goes through the basics of the guidance documents Good in Vitro Method Practices (GIVIMP) and Good Cell Culture Practices (GCCP). The aim of both GIVIMP and GCCP is to reduce the uncertainties in cell and tissue-based work by applying all necessary good scientific, technical and quality practices. This yields better reproducibility and increases the credibility of the results. The course will also go through the necessary steps from in vitro method development to in vitro method implementation for regulatory use in safety assessments (focus on Europe). The course will touch upon the quality management system Good laboratory practice (GLP), but this is not the main focus of the course.
Researchers working with cells and tissues, lab managers, scientific leaders and in vitro test method developers, or anyone who is interested in reducing the uncertainties and increasing the robustness and quality of in vitro work. The course is also useful for regulators wanting to understand the specific challenges related to in vitro test methods.
Basic scientific understanding in the life science disciplines and an interest in good in vitro science
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