2016 William and Eleanor Cave Award
ARDF presented the 2016 William and Eleanor Cave Award to Raymond Tice on September 29, 2016, in recognition of his distinguished career in investigating the best methods to determine the safety of chemicals. The award was presented by the Alternatives Research & Development Foundation (ARDF) of Jenkintown, PA, before a gathering of colleagues attending the fifth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cellular and Computational Toxicology (ASCCT).
2016 Grants Awarded
ARDF is pleased to announce the recipients
Luca Cucullo, PhD
of the 2016 Alternatives Research Grants
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Amarillo, TX
A humanized blood-brain tumor barrier model to assess drug delivery of chemotherapeutic treatment
Dongeun (Dan) Huh, PhD
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
A microengineered "cervix-on-a-chip" as an alternative to animal models for the study of premature cervical remodeling in preterm birth
Yaling Liu, PhD
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
A Mimetic Blood Vessel as an Alternative for Testing Transport Properties of Therapeutics
Samantha A. Meenach, PhD
University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
Development of an Integrated In Vitro Air-Grown Lung Cancer Pre-Clinical Assay Platform
David S. Peterson, PhD and Richard Bradbury, PhD
University of Georgia, Athens, GA*
Replacement of Animal Culture with in vitro Cultivation of Babesia species
*Co-Primary Investigator Dr. Bradbury's lab is at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA
The Foundation wishes to thank all applicants who submitted proposals and others for their interest in developing alternative methods of conducting high quality scientific research.
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