You’ll find the Human Toxicology Project Consortium at the Society of Toxicology’s annual meeting in New Orleans next week – in the ToxExpo center, poster sessions, workshops, and seminars.
- Visit HTPC’s informational booth at ToxExpo, booth #1704.
- HTPC is co-sponsoring a “hands-on” seminar, “Creating an Adverse Outcome Pathway in the AOP Wiki,” on Tuesday, March 15, from 5-7PM in the Hilton Riverside. More details about the seminar can be found here.
- HTPC is also once again co-sponsoring and presenting at the annual SOT Satellite Meeting, Updates on Activities Related to 21st Century Toxicology and Related Efforts: Invited Presentations and Open Microphone, on Thursday, March 17, 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM, Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Jefferson Ballroom. As always, this informative meeting features a number of invited presentations, and also allows time for an “open microphone” segment in which participants are welcome to give brief presentations on germane topics.
The draft program is as follows:
12:30 PM—Box Lunch (for pre-registered participants) and Welcome by Thomas Hartung, Johns Hopkins University
1:00 PM—Invited Speakers (10 minute presentations each followed by 5 minute of discussion)
ToxCast Update: Russell Thomas, US Environmental Protection Agency
EDSP21 Update: David Dix, US Environmental Protection Agency
Tox21 Update: Richard Paules, US National Toxicology Program
Hamner TT21C Update: Melvin Andersen, Hamner Institutes
NICEATM Update: Warren Casey, NICEATM
SEURAT/EU Tox-Risk Update: Michael Schwarz, University of Tuebingen
CAAT’s Read-Across Initiative and Human Toxome-Related Activity Update: Thomas Hartung, Johns Hopkins
Human Toxicology Project Consortium Update: Catherine Willett, HTPC
Evidence-Based Toxicology Update: Martin Stephens, Johns Hopkins
3:15 PM—Open Microphone for Additional Presentations and Discussion
- Kate Willett will also present a poster in the Regulation and Policy session, Wednesday, March 16, 1:15 PM to 4:45 PM: “Regulatory Acceptance of Non-standard Toxicological Methods through Increased use of Integrated Approaches to Testing and Assessment (IATA)” (Abstract #3003/Poster #P143).
Corporate members and partners of HTPC will be presenting at SOT next week, as well. Scientists from each of the member corporations are coauthors on the following posters: