Rocz Panstw Zakl Hig 2000, 51(3): 307-311

Sprawozdanie ze szkolenia naukowego NATO-Advanced Study Institute pt. „Human biomonitoring after environmental and occupational exposure to chemical and physical agents” (Turcja, 23.09-3.10. 1999)
[NATO-Advanced Study Institute. „Human biomonitoring after environmental and occupational exposure to chemical and physical agents” (Turkey, 23.09-3.10. 1999)]

M.M. Dobrzyńska


The NATO Science Programme joining in the celebration of 50th Anniversary of Founding of the NATO by organisation of NATO Advanced Study Institute „Human Monitoring after Environmental and Occupational Exposure to Chemical and Physical Agents”, which was held in Tekirova-Antalya (Turkey), September 23-October 3, 1999. The director of ASI was dr Diana Anderson from TNO-BIBRA (UK). The members of Scientific Organizing Committee were also dr R. Sram (Czech Republik), dr A. Karakaya (Turkey), Dr P. O ’Neill (USA), dr R. Bos (Netherlands), dr M. Lotti (Italy). It was a high-level tutorial course for scientists at the post-doctoral level from NATO countries and from NATO Cooperation Partner countries. NATO-ASI attended about 100 scientists from about 30 countries. There were 40 lectures, 20 oral presentations and 43 posters presented, 19 authors of posters were invited to additional short oral presentations. Subject of course concerned undesirable effects of chemical and physical agents on human health. The aim of NATO-Advanced Study Institute was the meeting of scientists working in different fields of science to present and discuss the knowledge and recent developments in the field of human monitoring. The majority of lectures concerned about biomonitoring of people exposed to genotoxic agents at work place and environment. Dr A. Autio (Switzerland) presented definitions of different kinds of bimarkers proposed by The Committee on Biological Markers in Environmental Healths of USA Academy of Science/National Research Council. Dr D. Anderson (UK) introduced history of biomonitoring. The main lecturers on this topic were dr W. Au (USA), dr R. Sram (Czech Republik), dr M. Lotti (Italy), dr J. Timbell (USA), Dr E. Moustacchi (France). The following group of lectures presented by dr D. Anderson (UK), dr A. Wyrobek (USA), dr J. Bonde (Dennmark), dr H. Norppa (Finland) was regarded to male-mediated mutagenic effect in offspring induced by genotoxic physical and chemical agents. This part of course was the most interesting to the author of this report. She has presented the poster „Male-mediated FI effects in mice subchronic exposed to low doses of X-rays”. The author of this report found NATO-ASI as very fruitful initiative for scientific view-exchange between scientists from NATO countries and for NATO Cooperation Partner countries.

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