ScitoVation to Release New Approach Methods (NAMs) Report at Society of Toxicology 61st Annual Meeting March 27th – 31st

March 24, 2022

ScitoVation will release its first Annual New Approach Methods Report at Society of Toxicology 61st Annual Meeting March 27th –31st.

The report features highlights from 2021 on ScitoVation’s activities including summaries of key research, projects and their value for clients and their ecosystem; the championing of new approach methods (NAMs) through blogs, webinars, and industry hosted workshops covering topics pertinent to stakeholders such as thyroid toxicity.

Jean Orelien, DrPH, CEO at ScitoVation, shared that the report provides value to all industries in the toxicology space: “Our annual New Approach Method (NAM) report explores the unique use of NAMs in the current and future toxicology environment in pharmaceutical, agriculture, small chemical, regulatory agencies, and consumer product industries. It also shows ScitoVation’s unique use of NAMs and a high-level review of how we assist our business partners with project challenges including cost and time constraints, gaps in specialized technical expertise, and other issues that may keep businesses from launching new products.”

If you are attending the Society of Toxicology Expo, stop by at ScioVation’s booth # 1929 for your copy. Alternatively, you can download a digital copy after March 28th:
The report is free in both print and digital format.

About ScitoVation: ScitoVation helps clients develop safer and more effective pharmaceuticals, food ingredients, agricultural chemicals, commodity chemicals, and consumer products using innovative science and next generation technology. The company is known for partnership, flexibility, and proven success in assisting clients to address safety and effectiveness for both internal stakeholders and regulators. Recognized as industry experts in the use of New Approach Methods (NAMs), the team pioneered cell-based and computational methods to provide leading-edge solutions with results that are scientifically sound and withstand scrutiny, including from peer-reviewers and regulators.

About Society of Toxicology: Founded in 1961, SOT is a professional and scholarly organization of scientists from academic institutions, government, and industry representing the immense variety of scientists who practice toxicology in the United States and abroad. Society’s mission is to create a safer and healthier world by advancing science and increasing the impact of toxicology.