NICEATM deputy director participates in international meeting on skin sensitization, and recent workshop reports.
Brian Berridge, the new head of NTP, seeks to integrate cutting-edge methods, including animal studies, cell-based toxicity testing, and computer modeling.
New tools, technologies, and approaches in toxicology were key topics for the National Toxicology Program Board of Scientific Counselors.
SOT awardees for 2018 include NIEHS and National Toxicology Program Director Linda Birnbaum, Ph.D., and NTP postdoc Sreenivasa Ramaiahgari, Ph.D.
Webinar presents overview of machine learning, ICCVAM co-chair receives honor, NIEHS offers funding to small businesses for technologies of interest to Tox21, and recent publications.
Progress toward replacing animal use in safety testing of drugs and chemicals will be guided by a new strategic roadmap.
Registration open for Workshop on Predictive Models for Acute Oral Systemic Toxicity.
The National Toxicology Program released a draft report from part of a study on health effects in rats from exposure to bisphenol A, or BPA.
Sixteen federal agencies shared research findings and data gaps on chemicals known as PFAS, paving the way for future information exchanges.
Integrated Chemical Environment adds formulations viewer, and papers describe analysis of defined approaches for skin sensitization testing.
Linda Birnbaum delivered a keynote address at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology annual meeting.
An expert panel recommended the National Toxicology Program indicate stronger evidence that cell phone radiofrequency radiation caused tumors in rats.
NIEHS and NTP scientists shared new findings and methodological advances in approximately 100 presentations at the Society of Toxicology meeting.
Registration is open for May 24 ICCVAM Public Forum, abstracts due for Pan-American Conference on Alternatives, and EPA extends comment period on draft strategy to reduce animal use.
An expert panel agreed with CLARITY-BPA findings that the core study portion showed minimal effects of BPA in rats at the doses studied.
Computer model developers and regulators reviewed models to predict chemical and drug toxicity at a National Toxicology Program workshop.
Slides and videocast recording available for ICCVAM Public Forum, and NICEATM requests information on technologies for identifying developmental toxicants.
The Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society meeting highlighted how exposures affect life forms across the biological spectrum.
The National Toxicology Program joined an international meeting to advance international acceptance of nonanimal chemical test methods.
Federal partners gathered at NIEHS May 15-16 to discuss the implementation of the new Toxicology in the 21st Century strategic plan.
Request for information, and other activities and events.
NTP Associate Director Brian Berridge introduced the Translational Toxicology Pipeline Plan to the Board of Scientific Counselors.
Public forum participants praised a new plan to replace animal use for U.S. safety testing and encouraged agencies to continue progress.
The Scientific Advisory Committee on Alternative Toxicological Methods (SACATM) will meet at NIEHS on September 5-6, 2018.
The Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Validation of Alternative Methods (ICCVAM) has published a report summarizing activities of member agencies during 2016 and 2017.
FDA to hold a public meeting on predictive toxicology roadmap, and NICEATM/EPA project receives EPA award.
A 1.5-day, cross-divisional workshop, Circulating Cell Free DNA: Applications in the Clinical and Toxicology Setting, will be held at NIEHS on September 24-25, 2018.
There were no articles for September 2018.
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