OpenTox Speakers

Session 3 Chair: Iseult Lynch

OpenTox Euro 2017 Session 3 Chair: Iseult Lynch
PRESENTING AUTHOR: 
Iseult Lynch
CHAIR PROFILE: 

Professor Iseult Lynch, Chair of Environmental Nanosciences, joined the academic staff at the University of Birmingham in March 2013.

SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Toxicology testing and risk assessment is increasingly based on new approach methodologies (so-called NAM). However, to completely understand the relevance...

Session 6 Chair: Bob van de Water

Session 6 Chair: Bob van de Water
PRESENTING AUTHOR: 
Bob van de Water
CHAIR PROFILE: 

Bob van de Water (Leiden University) received his PhD from Leiden University in 1995. Since 2006 he is professor Drug Safety Sciences...

SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

The aim of the session is to describe the state-of-the-art technologies in high throughput microscopy (HTM) and application in phenotypic screening...

Session 5 Chair: Clemens Wittwehr

Session 5 Chair: Clemens Wittwehr
PRESENTING AUTHOR: 
Clemens Wittwehr
CHAIR PROFILE: 

Clemens Wittwehr is responsible for the Disseminate project in the Chemicals Safety and Alternative Methods Unit of the JRC's Directorate for Health...

SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Regulatory decision makers in all areas are drowning in peer-reviewed journal papers, while what they would need is succinct knowledge distilled from the information flood.

Session 4 Chair: Chris Evelo

Session 1 Chair: Chris Evelo
PRESENTING AUTHOR: 
Chris Evelo
CHAIR PROFILE: 

Chris Evelo is the founder and head of the department of Bioinformatics - BiGCaT at Maastricht University where he leads an enthusiastic group of researchers and is a PI in the Maastricht Center for Systems Biology (MaCSBio).

SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Besides new and improved in vitro methods, in silico plays a major role in the endeavor to reach the 3R goals of replacement, reduction and refinement in both toxicodynamics...

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