Amy J. Clippinger, PhD, President of PETA Science Consortium International e.V., has received the 2022 SOT Enhancement of Animal Welfare Award to honor her extensive efforts to develop and integrate predictive methods that advance toxicology while reducing and replacing animal use.

Her recent articles published in ALTEX are:

Groff, K., Allen, D., Casey, W. and Clippinger, A. J. (2020). Increasing the use of animal-free recombinant antibodies. ALTEX 37, 309-311. doi:10.14573/altex.2001071

Brown, J., Clippinger, A. J., Fritz Briglia, C., Casey, W., Coleman, K., Fritsch, A., Hartung, T., Maouyo, D., Muller, T., Reich, J., Robert, L., Roeder, R., Sanchez, G., Sawyer, A. Y., Solati, S., Tirumalai, R., Zwisler, W. and Allen, D. (2021). Using the monocyte activation test as a stand-alone release test for medical devices. ALTEX 38, 151-156. doi:10.14573/altex.2012021

Petersen, E. J., Nguyen, A., Brown, J., Elliott, J. T., Clippinger, A. J., Gordon, J., Kleinstreuer, N. and Roesslein, M. (2021). Characteristics to consider when selecting a positive control material for an in vitro assay. ALTEX 38, 365-376. doi:10.14573/altex.2102111

Sullivan, K. M., Allen, D. G., Clippinger, A. J., Wilson, D. M., Edwards, S. W., Glover, K., Mansouri, K., Settivari, R., Wijeyesakere, S. J. and Casey, W. (2021). Mind the gaps: Prioritizing activities to meet regulatory needs for acute systemic lethality. ALTEX 38, 327-335. doi:10.14573/altex.2012121