From 11th to 13th of September 2019, 12th International Particle Toxicology Conference was held in Salzburg, Austria, with the aim of bringing together toxicology experts from all over the world to discuss safety, applications and research of particle toxicology.

Project collaborator Rinea Barbir participated with a poster presentation titled: “Sex-related in vivo response to silver nanoparticles after subacute oral exposure“, where she presented her research on the difference in toxicity of nanoparticles towards male and female mice after three weeks of exposure.

Doctoral candidate Emerik Galić also presented his results on nanoparticle toxicity in vitro with the poster titled “Genotoxocity of silver and selenium nanoparticles on human epithelial cells“.The study was conducted by the NanoFaceS group in collaboration with the groups from Universities of Osijek and Graz.

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