11th Annual Meeting of the ASCCT
Wednesday October 19, 2022 01:00PM through Friday October 21, 2022 12:30PM
Abstract submission is officially open for the 11th annual meeting of the ASCCT!
We hope you will join us for the first in-person meeting in three years. While we will offer some access to live oral sessions via an online platform, we prefer that all presenters are able to attend the event in person, barring extenuating circumstances.
The speaker lineup is still being confirmed; we are excited to announce the following confirmed speakers:
- Gavin Maxwell, Unilever
- Cavin Ward-Caviness, US EPA
- Prof. Ellen Fritsche, IUF - Leibniz Research Institute of Environmental Medicine
- Tim Shafer, US EPA
- Katie Paul-Friedman, US EPA
- Dan VIlleneuve, US EPA
Oral presentation sessions are envisioned to include a focus on:
- Next Generation Risk Assessment
- Decision-Making with NAMs
- Developmental Neurotoxicity
- Human Data for WoE Toxicology
- Integrated Approaches to Testing and Assessment
- Registration for in-person attendance will open July 1st.
- Registration deadline is October 1st.
- Online registration will open in late summer depending on the capabilities of the venue.
Costs for in-person or online registration:
- Regular attendees: $200
- ASCCT members: $150
- Students/post-docs: $75
- Undergraduate students: Free
In-person attendance includes all sessions, CE course, reception, dinner 1 night, breakfasts and lunches as needed. Online attendance may include access to watch the oral sessions live and view uploaded posters in the poster gallery.
The meeting will feature the latest science in New Approach Methodologies and active discussions about the implementation of new science. The organizing committee is also planning fun activities, including a reception, science slam, expert panel, games, and maybe even a dance battle.
Students and early career scientists are especially encouraged to attend and present. The meeting will offer awards for students and early-career scientists, mentoring opportunities, and a continuing education course.
Given the ongoing pandemic situation, a limited virtual option for participation, and perhaps poster presentation, may be available, depending on the cost and availability at the chosen venue. We prefer if oral and flash poster presenters are able to attend the event in person, barring extenuating circumstances.
Presentation proposals are welcome for science and policy work representing all aspects of in vitro and computational toxicology. While we are particularly seeking work that fits into the topics suggested above, other topics are also welcome.
Three presentation types will be offered:
- Oral presentations of about 20 minutes
- Flash poster presentations of about 3 minutes, plus physical poster
- Physical 3’ x 4’ posters
Online uploading of poster files will also be possible.
The submission deadline for abstracts hoping to be considered for oral or flash poster presentations is July 15th. The deadline for poster only submissions is September 1st.
Not ready to submit yet? Sign up for email alerts to get more meeting updates by following the link at the top of the page, and continue to check back here as we develop and begin to publish the event program.
Wednesday, Oct. 19
1:00: Meeting check in
2:00 - 6:00: Oral and Poster sessions
6:00 - 8:00: Welcome reception, mentor activities
Thursday, Oct. 20
8:00 - 12:30: Welcome, coffee, oral sessions
12:30 - 2:30: Lunch, poster session
2:30 - 6:00: Oral sessions, tool showcases
6:00 - 9:00: Dinner, reception, awards
Friday, Oct. 21
8:00: CE course
9:30 - 11:00: Oral session
11:00-12:30: Closing discussion panel
The meeting will be held at the Sheraton Chapel Hill, located between Chapel Hill and Durham, NC. The hotel features renovated rooms and meeting, fitness, and outdoor spaces. A room block for attendees will be offered once registration opens.
Sheraton Chapel Hill
One Europa Drive
Chapel Hill, NC, 27517
Dave Allen, Inotiv
Dan Bagley, Vistatox
Sudin Bhattacharya, Michigan State University
Ellen Berg, Altopredict
Enrica Bianchi, Corteva
Amy Clippinger, PETA Science Consortium International
Eva-Maria Collins, Swarthmore College
Steven Edwards, RTI International
Ron Filler, Drug Development Consultants
Suzanne Fitzpatrick, US FDA
Marie Fortin, Jazz Pharmaceuticals
Jack Fowle, Science to Inform
Erin Hill, IIVS
Helena Kandarova, ESTIV
Jacob Larson, Herbalife
Jan Lichtenberg, InSphero
Shaun McCullough, US EPA
Anax Oliveira, Lhasa Limited
Jessica Ponder, PCRM
Terry Riss, Promega
Nikaeta Sadekar, RIFM
Tim Shafer, US EPA
Ruchir Shah, Sciome
Alysha Simmons, UNC Chapel HIll
Kristie Sullivan, PCRM
Phoebe Woodruff, PCRM
Hao Zhu, Rutgers University