One of the premier thought leaders in the area of physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling (PBPK), Dr. Fisher’s research interests have focused on the development and application of pharmacokinetic and biologically based mathematical models to ascertain health risks from environmental, food-borne and occupational chemical exposures.
Join ScitoVation’s Director of Computational Toxicology, Patrick McMullen, at this joint webinar on Dec. 8 at 1pm EST as he and panelists from Gradient and Praedicat explore tools and strategies for identifying… Read more »
A toxicogenomic approach for the risk assessment of the food contaminant acetamide When: Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020 @ 11am ESTMedium: Zoom WebinarPresenter: Dr. Rance NaultTitle: A toxicogenomic approach for the risk assessment… Read more »
Join ScitoVation’s Patrick McMullen at this joint webinar on Dec. 8 as he and panelists from Gradient and Praedicat explore tools and strategies for identifying emerging chemicals of concern. Chemicals… Read more »
While insecticides are an essential to many food supply and public health concerns, they are sometimes associated with bioactivity and therefore raise questions about human and environmental health implications. Pyrethroids are insecticides used in household products, agricultural applications and mosquito control. In rat, juveniles were
more sensitive than adults to pyrethroid-driven health effects. The US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) raised questions about …Read more »
On Thursday, May 27th, 2020 at 11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time, join ScitoVation, L.L.C. experts in kinetic modeling and IONTOX, L.L.C. known for in vitro toxicity testing for a 45 minute webinar describing the integrated organ platform and the use of kinetic modeling. During the webinar James McKim, Ph.D. DABT will present first on the IONTOX HuDMOP™ integrated organ platform and data generated followed by Melvin Andersen, Ph.D., DABT who will discuss models that describe chemical behavior. Following the formal presentation there will be a 15 minute Q&A session. A recording of the live webinar will be made available to all who register prior to webinar. Attendance is limited to the first 150 registrants. Read more »