International Dose-Response Society Offers Free Conference Livestream

Edward Calabrese
Edward Calabrese

The International Dose-Response Society is livestreaming its 16th annual conference, which concludes its two-day gathering today at the Campus Center. The conference topic is “Preconditioning in Biology and Medicine: Mechanisms and Translational Research.”

The livestream continues through 4 p.m on Wednesday, April 19.  Watch at

The society is dedicated to the enhancement, exchange, and dissemination of ongoing global research efforts in the field of hormesis. In addition, the society also strongly encourages the assessment of the implications of hormesis for such diverse fields as toxicology, risk assessment, risk communication, medicine, numerous areas of biomedical research, and all other biological disciplines including relevant engineering domains dealing with the dose response.

Conference directors Edward Calabrese, environmental health sciences, and Paul Kostecki, professor emeritus, expect the annual gathering to attract more than 100 scientists from around the world.