OpenTox Asia 2018 Program

Thursday, 24 May 2018

 Asahi Seimei Otemachi Building, Tokyo, Japan

08.45  

Introduction and Overview, Barry Hardy (President, OpenTox Association and CEO, Douglas Connect)

8.55 S1. Systems Toxicology/ Toxicogenomics, Chair: Jun Kanno (Japan Bioassay Research Center)
8.55
 
Overview by Chair
9.00  
Natalia Polouliakh (Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc.) “Garuda/Shoe and Percellome analytic workflow”
9.30  
Yayoi Natsume (National Institutes of Biomedical Innovation, Health and Nutrition) “Percellome toxicogenomics data handling by Garuda”
10.00  
10.30   Coffee Break 
10.55 S2. Integrated Testing and Safety Assessment Applications, Chair: Barry Hardy (Douglas Connect, Switzerland)
10.55
 
Overview by Chair
11.00
 
11.25
 
11.50
 
Jaeseok Kim (Research Institute of Standards and Science, Republic of Korea) “Activities of Center for NanoSafety Metrology in Korea”
12.15 
 
Hajime Kojima (National Institute of Health Sciences, Japan) ”New trend on alternative to animal testing in Japan”
12.40
 
13.05
 
Lunch
14.00 S3.
 Integrated Alternative Methods in Predictive Toxicology, Chair: Daniele Zink (Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore)
14.00
 
Overview by Chair 
14.05  
Daniele Zink (Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore) “How to Build a Predictive In Vitro Method?”
14.30  
Michael Riediker (Swiss Centre for Occupational and Environmental Health, Switzerland) “Predictive toxicology and big data - about the challenge of knowing which dots to connect"
15.00  
15.30  
15.30   Coffee Break 
16.00   Knowledge Cafe: topics to be facilitated by session chairs 
17.15   Social Reception, Master’s Dream House
18.15   Conference Dinner, Hanatare Restaurant 

Friday, 25 May 2018

 Asahi Seimei Otemachi Building, Tokyo, Japan

 8.55
S4.
Systems Toxicology Developments supported by Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, Chair: Hiroaki Kitano (The Systems Biology Institute, Japan)
 8.55
 
Overview by Chair
 9.00
 
Chun-Wei Tung (Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan) “ChemDIS: in silico analysis of chemical-disease association”
 9.30
 
Samik Ghosh (The Systems Biology Institute (SBI), Japan) “New Horizons in Computational Toxicology”
10.00
 
10.30
 
Coffee Break 
10.55
S5.
New horizons in toxicology at the intersection of science and technology, Chair: Samik Ghosh (The Systems Biology Institute (SBI), Japan)
10.55
 
Overview by Chair
11.00
 
11.30
 
12.00
 
12.30
 
13.00
 
Lunch
14.00
 
Meaningful and inspiring data integration for Garuda + OpenTox - Johan Nyström-Persson (Douglas Connect) 
14.30
 
15.00
 
Panel Discussion - international collaboration and data sharing - hosted by Barry Hardy (OpenTox Association President) 
16.00
 
Close of Conference