OpenTox Euro 2018 Program

Conference Theme: Bridging the gap between experimental and computational work in safety and risk assessment

Venue: Titania Hotel, Athens, Greece, Map

Dates: October 9-11, 2018 

Organising Committee: Barry Hardy (Douglas Connect), Thomas Exner (Douglas Connect), Iseult Lynch ( University of Birmingham), Philip Doganis (NTUA), Thomas Carney (University of Birmingham), Haralambos Sarimveis (NTUA)

OpenTox Euro 2018 Conference Program

Tuesday, 9 October 

 15.30
 
Pre-Conference Hackathon with NanoCommons (link to more information)

Wednesday, 10 October 

 
S1.
Session 1: Experimental and Computational Toxicological Evaluation of Engineered Nanomaterials, Session Chairs: Costas Charitidis (NTUA) and Vladimir Lobaskin (UCD)
9.00
 
Chair's Introduction 
9.10
 
9.40
 
10.10
 
10.40
 
Coffee Break 
 
S2.
Session 2: Industrial Applications in Safety Assessment, Session Chair: Barry Hardy (Douglas Connect)
11.00
 
Chair Introduction 
11.05
 
New Developments in Toxicogenomics Applications, Roland Grafstrom (Karolinska Institute)
11.35
 
12.05
 
12.35
 
13.00 
 
Lunch 
 
 S3.
Session 3: Hands-on Workshop on Biokinetics Modelling, Led by Haralambos Sarimveis and Philip Doganis (NTUA)
14.00
 
Read full session description Aim: understanding the use, form, inputs and outputs of physiologically based (PBPK) pharmacokinetic models. Presentation of software applications for developing PBPK models. Customising PBPK to individual time-drug concentration data. Creating optimal drug dosage regimens
16.00
 
Knowledge Café & OpenTox Poster Session 
17.00 
 
End of Workday 
19.00
 
Dinner in Athens after leaving Titania Hotel 

Thursday, 11 October 

 
S4. 
Session 4: Organ-on-a-chip: combining the in-vitro and in-vivo approaches, Session Chair:
Andrew Nelson (University of Leeds, UK)
9.00
 
Chair Introduction  
9.05
 
9.30
 
and Nanomaterials, Andrew Nelson, (University of Leeds, UK)
9.55   3D Models and Organs on Chip, Espen Mariussen (Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU) 
10.30
 
Coffee Break 
 
S5.
Session 5: In-silico approaches for risk assessment from a regulatory perspective, Session Chair:
Andrea Haase (BfR)
11.00
 
Chair Introduction 
11.05
 
11.35
 
PBPK based approach towards risk assessment, Barbara Wisniowska (Jagiellonian University)
12.05
 
Towards Nanomaterial Grouping, Andrea Haase (BfR) 
12.30
 
genotoxicity of pesticides and their metabolitesOlga Tcheremenskaia (Istituto Superiore di Sanità)
13.00
 
Lunch 
14.00
S6.
Philip Doganis (NTUA) and Thomas Exner (Douglas Connect)
16.00
 
End of OpenTox Euro 2018 conference