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by Gustavo Nativio Hey there! I‘m the resident intern here at ScitoVation for the summer. As someone deeply interested in systems biology and solving biological problems using mathematics and computational models, the work done by ScitoVation is fascinating to me. ScitoVation is using… Read more »


by Raymond Samuel What is High Content Imaging?  High content imaging, or HCI, is microscopy that is efficient, objective, and quantitative.  It is the combination of technologies that allows efficient, objective acquisition of images, automated identification of… Read more »


by Marjory Moreau, Ph.D. I have worked in PBPK modeling for many years and until a few months ago, I never had to deal with the brain compartment. Well, I had a brain compartment in… Read more »


by Sage Corzine If you got pumped up about NAMs in a toxicology webinar, tried to find more information on Google, and got redirected to the North American Menopause Society,… Read more »


by Scott Slattery In May and June of this year, the annual Webinar Series on Inhalation Toxicity Testing was co-hosted by The US EPA, the PETA Science Consortium International, Syngenta, and Unilever. The… Read more »


Dr. Jean Orelien, CEO My passion is helping solve problems at the intersection of health, science, and technology. In other words, problems for which we can use science and technology to improve lives. With ScitoVation, our… Read more »


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Patrick McMullen, Director of Computational Toxicology I have often joked that as a computational biologist in an applied field that has been slow to embrace bioinformatics, it is my goal… Read more »


As an advocate in PBPK modeling for risk assessment, I want to share with you the latest guidance from the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). I write a lot of reports on PBPK models for clients, and it makes a huge difference… Read more »


by Jeff Fisher This story begins in 1998 when I reviewed a technical document for the chemical perchlorate, now known to be widely distributed in the environment on earth and has been… Read more »


In the past, dose responses results from in life toxicology studies were used to estimate no observed effect levels (NOELs) and more recently benchmark doses (BMDs). These observational studies of apical endpoints were frequently followed up by mechanistic… Read more »