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Computational Toxicology: Peeking into the Clouds while Keeping our Feet on Solid Ground

September 25th-26th, 2019

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Featuring more than 100 Featured and Scientific Sessions and 2,100 individual presentations, the SOT Annual Meeting covers basic and cutting-edge science in dozens of toxicological subdisciplines and provides a wealth of information for all career...

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The 7th annual ASCCT meeting was held on September 11, 2018 on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Campus in Bethesda, Maryland. The theme was focused on implementing new approaches to predictive toxicology, and leaders from both government, academia, non-profit organizations, and industry from...

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The American Society for Cellular and Computational Toxicology (ASCCT) recently held its 6th Annual Meeting at the headquarters of one of its founding organizations, the Institute for In Vitro Sciences. Meeting...

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Thank you to all who helped make our fifth meeting the best yet. Attendees were treated to plenary lectures on read across by Dr. Thomas Hartung of Johns Hopkins University and on stem cells in toxicology by Dr. Mahendra Rao of Mahendra Rao, LLC. Sixteen presentations showcasing advances in...

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Promises and Challenges of a More Flexible Approach to Toxicology Testing

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The fourth annual ASCCT meeting explored new approaches to toxicology testing with plenary lectures given by Warren Casey, Director of NICEATM and Craig Rowlands from the Dow Chemical...

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Where Chemistry and Biology Meet: AOPs as a Framework for Advancing Toxicology

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Dr. Robert Kavlock of the US Environmental Protection Agency opened the meeting with a discussion on the development of the Adverse Outcome Pathways concept, in which AOPs offer a...

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The Future Is Here: Practical Applications of Emerging Scientific Tools

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Human Organs on Chips as Replacements for Animal Testing, the keynote address given by Donald E. Ingber, M.D., Ph.D., of the Wyss Institute at Harvard, kicked off the meeting which...

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The first annual ASCCT meeting focused on advances in the fields of in vitro and computational toxicology. Dr. Melvin Andersen, associate director of The Institute for Chemical Safety Sciences at The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences and ASCCT board member, gave a plenary lecture on...

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Attendees gained hands-on laboratory experience and instruction in the practical application of the lectured topics. Topics for the three and a half day course...

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Thank you for helping to make the ASCCT/ESTIV luncheon session a success. A manuscript outlining the discussions that took place during the session has been published. You can view the entire proceedings here.