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Presentations at SOT 2020

59th Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology
March 15-19, 2020 - Anaheim, CA, USA

On Monday, March 9, SOT leadership announced that the Annual Meeting would be cancelled. The information below is for reference only. PDFs of NICEATM posters and other meeting materials will be linked below as they become available. 

Over the next few months, SOT will present scientific sessions and continuing education courses as live webinars. These events were originally planned for presentation at SOT’s annual meeting in Anaheim. Visit the SOT website for the complete schedule, which will be updated regularly as webinars are confirmed and registration details become available.


Continuing Education Courses

Registration is available for three CE courses that feature topics of potential interest to ICCVAM stakeholders. Please note that all CE courses require a paid registration. Those persons who registered to attend a CE course in Anaheim are registered for the webinar course. Registration has now reopened for those not previously registered.

Introduction to Open-Access Computational Toxicology Tools

Friday, April 3, noon-3:30 p.m. EDT

Agnes Karmaus, ILS (contractor supporting NICEATM) and NICEATM Acting Director Nicole Kleinstreuer are course co-chairs.

Presentation: Course Introduction: What Do Computational Toxicology Tools Offer?
Presenter: Kleinstreuer N

Presentation: Integrated Chemical Environment
Presenter: Bell S

An Introduction to New Approach Methodologies (NAMs) and Understanding Their Potential to Support Regulatory Decisions

Friday, May 15, noon-3:30 p.m. EDT

ICCVAM member Suzanne Fitzpatrick (FDA) is a course co-chair.

In Vitro Approaches to Assess the Toxicity of Inhaled Substances

Friday, May 15, noon-3:30 p.m. EDT

ICCVAM co-chair Emily Reinke (DoD) is a course co-chair.

Presentation: Regulatory Landscape and Key Considerations for Establishing Inhalation Reference Data
Presenter: Allen D


Exhibitor-hosted Sessions

20 Years of ICCVAM: Thinking Back and Looking Forward


Sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences


NICEATM Presentations

Please note: PDFs of poster presentations are large files (1-2 MB) and may take a few moments to open and load.

Workshop Session: Applicability Domains and Future of Nonanimals Tests for Skin Sensitization

Presentation: Establishing International Test Guidelines for Skin Sensitization: Predictive Capacity and Applicability Domain of Nonanimal-Defined Approaches
Presenter: Kleinstreuer N

Poster Session: Developmental and Juvenile Toxicology

Abstract Number 1612: In Vitro to In Vivo Extrapolation for Developmental Toxicity Potency of Valproate Analogues
Authors: Chang X, Lumen A, Palmer J, Lee UJ, Ceger P, Donley B, Bell S, Allen DG, Casey W, Kleinstreuer NC
Chang et al poster

Roundtable Session: Mechanistic Read-Across of Chemical Toxicants Based on Big Data

SACATM member Hao Zhu (Rutgers University) was the session chair

Presentation: Computational Crowdsourcing: Leveraging Global Expertise to Predict Toxicity
Presenter: Kleinstreuer N

Poster Session: Alternatives to Mammalian Models II

Abstract Number 1415: Variability in the Rabbit Skin Irritation Assay
Authors: Rooney JP, Choksi N, Rai R, Allen DG, Kleinstreuer NC, Casey W
Rooney et al poster

Workshop Session: Human-Relevant Carcinogenicity Testing: Tools for Cancer Assessment in 2020 and Beyond

NICEATM Deputy Director Nicole Kleinstreuer was the session chair

Presentation: Modernizing the NTP Carcinogenicity Testing Program
Presenter: Casey W

Poster Session: Computational Toxicology I

Abstract Number 2060: Collaborative Modeling Project for Predicting Acute Oral Toxicity
Authors: Mansouri K, Karmaus AL, Fitzpatrick J, Patlewicz G, Pradeep P, Allen DG, Casey W, Kleinstreuer NC
Mansouri et al poster

Poster Session: Regulation/Policy

Abstract Number 2198: Developing a Defined Approach for Eye Irritation Testing
Authors: Choksi N, Clippinger AJ, Gehen S, Corvaro M, Kolle SN, Bentley K, Hofstra A, Inforzato M, Ryan N, Webb E, Casey W, Allen DG
Choksi et al poster

Poster Session: Autoimmunity/Hypersensitivity

Abstract Number 1872: Classification of Human Reference Data for Skin Sensitization
Authors: Strickland J, Allen DG, Api A, Gordon J, Kleinstreuer NC, Ko H-S, Matheson J, Thierse H-J, Truax J, Herzler M
Strickland et al poster

Poster Session: Computational Toxicology II

Abstract Number 2976: NICEATM Computational Tools and Resources Supporting Alternative Test Method Development and Evaluation
Authors: Bell S, Mansouri K, Phillips J, Chang X, Abedini J, Karmaus AL, Lea I, Rai R, Allen DG, Casey W, Kleinstreuer NC
Bell et al poster


ICCVAM Committee Activities

ICCVAM Committee member names are indicated in boldface in author lists.

Poster Session: Risk Assessment Methods I

Abstract Number 1539: Applications of Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Modeling in Regulatory Risk Assessment for Pesticides
Authors: Tan C, Lowit A, Embry M

Poster Session: Safety Evaluation of Nonpharmaceutical Products

Abstract Number 1668: Glyphosate Safety Assessment Through Ames Test
Authors: Kaldhone P, Yan J, Chen T, Manjanatha M

Abstract Number 1679: Toxicological Evaluation of Acrylonitrile Butdiene Styrene (ABS) 3D Printer Emissions
Authors: Farcas MT, Stefaniak AB, McKinney W, Knepp AK, Bowers L, Mandler WK, Kashon M, Battelli L, Stueckle TA, Orandle M, Winn A, Friend SA, Jackson SR, Qi C, Hammond DR, Mercer R, LeBeouf R, Burns D, Ranpara A, Thomas TA, Matheson J, Castranova V, Qian Y

Poster Session: Neurotoxicity: Developmental

Abstract Number 1461: Zebrafish Larval Locomotor Activity is Depressed by Lack of Swim Bladder Inflation or Dimethyl Sulfoxide
Authors: Hill BN, Hunter DL, Padilla S

Poster Session: Alternatives to Mammalian Models II

Abstract Number 1417: Using a Measurement Science Approach to Increase Confidence in the EASA Skin Sensitization Assay
Authors: Gordon JD, Uhl R, Toman B, Elliot J, Petersen E

Poster Session: Regulation/Policy

Abstract Number 2200: Rethinking Carcinogenicity Assessment for Agrochemicals
Authors: Hilton GM, Akerman G, Baldassari J, Battalora M, Buesen R, Clippinger AJ, Geter D, Lowit A, Melching-Kollmuss S, Kormos T, Papineni S, Peffer RC, Williamson Riffle B, Ryan N, Visconti N, Wolf DC

Poster Session: Endocrine Toxicology

Abstract Number 1889: In Vitro Bioassay and Screening Model for Pre- and Post-Distribution for Chicago-Area Treated Waters
Authors: Medlock Kakaley E, Cardon M, Evans N, Bradley P, Iwanowicz L, Gray E, Hartig P, Wilson V

Workshop Session: In Vitro Microphysiological Systems: Developing Tools to Evaluate Immunotoxicity of Drug Candidates

Abstract Number 2485: In Vitro Microphysiological Systems: Advancing Regulatory Science Through Innovation
Author: Fitzpatrick S

Poster Session: Biological Modeling

Abstract Number 2949: Advantage of Read-Across and Pharmacokinetics Modeling for the Exposure Assessment of Persistent Organic Pollutants
Authors: Ruiz P, Boone S, Mumtaz MM

Poster Session: Cardiovascular Toxicology/Hemodynamics

Abstract Number 3102: Weighted Gene Coregulation Network Analysis (WGCNA) to Decipher Temporal Dynamics in Cardiotoxicity
Authors: Rahman A, Svoboda D, Bushel PR, Berridge BR, Auerbach SS

Abstract Number 3131: Predicting Putative Cardiotoxic Chemicals Using Tox21 qHTS Data
Authors: Krishna S, Berridge BR, Kleinstreuer N

Poster Session: Mixtures

Abstract Number 2820: Joint Toxicity Assessmemt of Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Mixtures
Authors: Mumtaz MM, Pohl HR

Poster Session: Late-breaking III - Exposure, Risk, Safety Assessment

Abstract Number 3393: In Silico and In Vitro Analysis of 4-4'-Methylenedianiline Replacements
Authors: Adams VH, Reinke EN, Holden LA, LaScala JJ
Adams et al poster


Ancillary Meetings

Alternatives for Acute Toxicity Testing: Updates and Planned Activities

Stakeholders will present updates on ongoing efforts toward the development, evaluation, and implementation of new approach methodologies for acute toxicity testing. Scientists from government, industry, and nongovernmental organizations will provide brief presentations in the areas of acute oral and inhalation toxicity, skin and eye irritation, and skin sensitization followed by an opportunity for open discussion.