Meet us at #SOT2023esqLABS will present 3 posters and a CE course (CEAM02)
The Society of Toxicology (SOT) Meeting in Nashville, will be reuniting scientists around the world after turbulent recent years. SOT brings together 5,000+ toxicologists and those working in areas related to toxicology to share the latest science and technology in the field, as well as to make new connections, gather with friends, and engage in mentoring and professional development
– And our team will participate with strong contributions.
The scientific work conducted as a team effort will be presented on three posters.
esqLABS will also contribute to a Continuous Education Course (CEAM02) and co-host the #ASPIScluster booth #1435 where you can meet the #PrecisionTox, #ONTOX and #Risk-Hunt3R scientists in booth 1435 in the #ToxExpo Exhibit Hall to learn more about the mission of ASPIS – to establish a next-generation risk assessment framework based on new approach methodologies, encompassing in vivo to in silico technologies.
A Poster by Pavel Balazki (in collaboration with Bayer AG): An Open Source Quantitative Systems Toxicology Model for the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Thyroid Axis in rats and humans (soon to be uploaded)
A Poster by Vanessa Baier, presented by Stephan Schaller (in collaboration with Bayer AG): Physiologically based kinetic models for bird species (soon to be uploaded)
A Poster by Christian Maass (in collaboration with Bayer AG): Physiologically-based kinetic (PBK) modelling to predict human fetal brain concentration: Deltamethrin case study.
Continuous Education Course (CEAM02): A Training on the OECD Guidance for Characterizing, Validating, and Reporting Physiologically Based Kinetic Models
We thank our collaborators (Bayer AG and EPA) and the EU-funded ASPIS Cluster.
See you in NASHVILLE!
The esqLABS Team is also very much looking forward to EUROTOX2023 (Ljubljana, Slovenia!) later in 2023, where we will participate with a strong lineup!