Challenges in Analysis of Complex Natural Mixtures – Faraday Discussion

October 15th, 2018

Representatives of PFA will be attending the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Faraday Discussion meeting on “Challenges in Analysis of Complex Natural Mixtures” in May 2019 at The University of Edinburgh. ‘What is this substance?’ sounds like it should be an easy question to answer, but... read more »

Job opportunities with the PFA Group – new!

September 13th, 2018

The Peter Fisk Associates group of companies has job opportunities for graduates (Masters level preferred) in its Brussels and Canterbury (UK) offices. The companies provide science-based risk assessment of substances, usually for regulatory submission. The work is desk-based. The company ethos is one of high... read more »

PFA Ltd is recruiting – Regulatory Toxicologist

August 8th, 2018

We currently have a vacancy for a regulatory toxicologist, to be based at our Whitstable office, with opportunities to work closely with colleagues in our Brussels-based company PFA-Brussels. The role is a desk-based position involving the review and interpretation of toxicological and genetic toxicity... read more »

Guidance for the identification of endocrine disruptors in the context of EU Pesticide and Biocide regulations

July 31st, 2018

Guidance, drafted by ECHA and EFSA, on identification of endocrine disruptors (EDs) in the context of EU pesticide and Biocide Regulations was published on 7th June. According to the guidance, a substance is considered as having endocrine disrupting properties if it meets all of... read more »

PFA-Brussels is recruiting – Business Development Manager – Chemical Regulation and Policy Specialist

June 28th, 2018

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER – CHEMICAL REGULATION AND POLICY SPECIALIST Located in central Brussels (nr. Merode metro), PFA-Brussels is part of the Peter Fisk Associates group of companies and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Peter Fisk Associates Limited (UK).  PFA-Brussels provides high quality scientific, technical... read more »