Our first speaker, Stephen Ferguson, Ph.D., will discuss efforts by the Division of the National Toxicology Program (DNTP) to develop and qualify in vitro toxicology screening models using 3D spheroid… Read more »
Jake Reske, ScitoVation graduate intern in toxicogenomics, will explains a meta-analysis strategy used to develop a preliminary classifier of hepatic cholestasis through public transcriptomic data sets. Cholestasis is a hepatic disease that… Read more »
Dr. Kareen Coulombe joined us to share her latest findings for assessing cardiac toxicity using a predictive 3D human cardiac microtissue platform for assessing toxicity of chemical compounds. What you’ll… Read more »
Mamta Behl, M.S, Ph.D, D.A.B.T, explores the latest developments in neurotoxicity models. This method uses a combination of in vitro, in vivo extrapolation, and exposure assessment to rapidly screen compounds with… Read more »
Join us on Thursday, April 29th, at 11am for a webinar highlighting alternatives to in vivo animal testing that instead leverage PBPK modeling. This webinar will be presented by Dr. Scott Slattery, a cell biologist at ScitoVation.
Thanks to all who joined us on Tuesday, Mar. 30, for a special review of how PBPK modeling can be successfully applied to pesticide risk assessment, presented by Dr. Cecilia Tan, of the US EPA Office of Pesticide Programs. If you missed it, you may view the recording.
Our second webinar of 2021 was a huge success, we had more than 275 registrants! If you were unable to join us for this presentation, you are in luck: just click below to access a recording of the event!
PFAS PBPK Models: Current Status and Progress Needed To Predict Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Thyroid Axis Perturbations
Please join us on Monday, Feb. 8, for a special educational webinar presented by Dr. Jeffrey Fisher, Senior Science Fellow for the Computational Biology Division of ScitoVation.