Attending the the Society of Toxicology’s annual meeting this March? Join the Human Toxicology Project Consortium (HTPC) and the Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT) at our annual satellite meeting on advancing 21st century toxicology activities. The meeting provides an informal setting for interested stakeholders to update one other on this important topic. A number of invited presentations are featured; there will also be time for an “open microphone” segment in which participants are welcome to make announcements or to comment on germane topics, with or without a few slides.

Updates on Activities Related to 21st Century Toxicology:
Invited Presentations and Open Microphone
Thursday, March 14, 2019, 12:30-4:00 pm
Hilton Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, MD

Registration

Please register by email at your earliest convenience with Camila Januario at cjanuar1@jhu.edu. Box lunches will be available to those who have pre-registered.

Agenda

12:30  Welcome – Martin Stephens (Johns Hopkins University); Box lunch (for pre-registered participants)

1:00    Invited updates (10-minute talks each followed by up to 5 minutes of discussion)

  • ToxCast – Russell Thomas (EPA)
  • Tox21 – Rick Paules (NIEHS)
  • EU Tox-Risk – Bob van de Water (Leiden University)
  • ICCVAM – Nicole Kleinstreuer (NICEATM)
  • Organ-on-a-chip & Predictive Toxicology Roadmap – Suzanne Fitzpatrick (FDA)
  • Progress in implementing NAMs under TSCA – Gino Scarano (EPA)
  • Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods – Charu Chandrasekera (University of Windsor)
  • Evidence-based data analytics predict human DILI using ToxCast data – Katya Tsaioun (Johns Hopkins)
  • Human Toxicology Project Consortium – Catherine Willett (Humane Society International)
  • CAAT’s In Silico Prediction Tool – Thomas Hartung (Johns Hopkins)

3:30    Open microphone for comments, announcements, and discussion

4:00    Adjourn