Call for Abstracts - FutureTox IV Progress to Maturity: Predictive Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology for Healthy Children

futuretox4.pngFutureTox IV Progress to Maturity: Predictive Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology for Healthy Children will be held on November 14‒16, 2018, at the Westin Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia. The Teratology Society is a co-sponsor of this SOT-hosted Contemporary Concepts in Toxicology conference which is chaired by Teratology past president Tom Knudsen. The conference focuses on bringing together basic, clinical, and regulatory scientists to translate toxicology in the 21st-century approaches into chemical risk assessment and regulatory decision-making impacting children’s health, including the following:

      • Life Stage Progression
      • Human Reproductive Cycle
      • Commercial Chemicals in the Environment
      • Medical Products
      • Addressing Current Opportunities and Challenges for In Vitro Data and In Silico Models

To view the complete agenda and to register, please visit the conference website. Abstract are due by Wednesday, September 26 and can be submitted through the conference abstract portal.  

The FutureTox series focuses on building the roadmap for 21st-century toxicology and risk assessment practices, utilizing in vitro data and in silico models for predictive toxicology, and taking the high-throughput risk assessment paradigm forward to address challenges in implementing the emerging big-data toolbox for risk assessment and regulatory decision-making.

Through the Teratology Society's membership in the Scientific Liaison Coalition, Teratology Society members may register for this conference at a discount. Please select SLC Member for the registration type to receive the discount.

 

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