Program Overview

(as of May 2022)

Sunday, September 18, 2022

08h00–21h00

Congress Registration 

16h00–21h00 Exhibition

09h30–16h00

Excursion and side events (tba.)

10h30–16h00

Continuing Education Courses (CEC) (full and half day courses with coffee & lunch breaks)

10h30–16h00

CEC01: Vaccine efficacy and safety evaluation

10h30–16h00

CEC02: Regulatory toxicology

10h30–16h00

CEC03: Adverse Outcome Pathways: Development and evaluation of quantitative AOPs and examples of their application

10h30–16h00

CEC04: Understanding the computational approaches used in next generation risk assessment

09h30–12h30

CEC05: Population-based experimental models for environmental health and toxicology

13h30–16h00

CEC06: Considerations for Occupational Risk Management during Pregnancy

13h30–16h00

CEC07: Thresholds of toxicological concern – recent developments

16h00

Opening of the Exhibition 

17h00–19h00

Opening Ceremony incl. Deichmann Lecture: Of genes and the environment, two decades of toxicogenomics

Jos Kleinjans (Environmental Health Science, Maastricht University, NL)

19h00–21h00

Welcome Reception

 

Monday, September 19, 2022

07h30–18h30

Congress Registration 

07h30–08h00 Morning Run

09h00–16h30 Exhibition 

08h30–09h30

EUROTOX Award Lecture: Reconstructed human 3D tissue models in toxicology: from initial idea to the regulatory acceptance

Helena Kandarova (Institute of Experimental Pharmacology & Toxicology, Slovak Academy of Science, SK)

09h30–10h00

Coffee Break, Exhibition & Poster Viewing 1 

10h00–12h00

Session 01: In vitro and in vivo kinetics in next-generation risk assessment: what, when and how?

10h00–12h00

Session 02: Key characteristics of chemicals that cause human toxicity: An integrative approach for translating mechanistic data to decision-making

10h00–12h00

Session 03: Minimally-invasive biomarkers of central nervous system toxicity

10h00–12h00

Session 04: New trend of toxicity testing using physiologically relevant human 3D models from human iPS cells

10h00–12h00

Session 05: Opportunities and limitations on SbD approaches for nanomaterials

10h00–12h00

Session 06: Short Oral Communications I (platform)

Selected from submitted abstracts

12h00–13h00

Lunch Break & Exhibition 

12h00–13h00

Lunch Industry Symposium 

by Glyphosate Renewal Group

Lunch Industry Symposium 

by Merck Sharp and Dohme

Lunch Industry Symposium 

by WuXi AppTec

13h00–14h00

Poster Viewing 1

14h00–15h00

EUROTOX – SOT Debate: Is there a role for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in risk decisions?

EUROTOX Debater: Thomas Hartung (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, US)

SOT Debater: Craig Rowlands (UL LLC, Northbrook, US)

15h00–15h30

Coffee Break, Exhibition & Poster Viewing 1 

15h30–17h30

Session 07: Artificial Intelligence (AI): Current advancements and applications in risk assessment and toxicology

15h30–17h30

Session 08: Two-dimensional (2D) materials: towards a molecular understanding of their biological effects

15h30–17h30

Session 09: Relevance of changes in rodent thyroid hormone homeostasis for potential effects on human neurodevelopment – evolution of the science

15h30–17h30

Session 10: Present and future of developmental immunotoxicity testing

15h30–17h30

Session 11: Toxicology for Covid19 vaccines: industry, regulatory and CRO perspectives

15h30–17h30

Session 12: Short Oral Communications II (platform)

Selected from submitted abstracts

17h30–18h30

Young Scientists Meeting

18h30–19h30

Speciality Section Meetings

20h30–23h00

Pub-up your poison
Interactive event in different pubs and bars

 

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

07h30–18h30

Congress Registration 

07h30–08h00 Morning Run

09h00–16h30 Exhibition 

08h30–09h30

Round table: Challenges and opportunities for regulatory toxicology under the chemicals strategy for sustainability

09h30–10h00

Coffee Break, Exhibition & Poster Viewing 2    

10h00–12h00

Session 13: Critical importance of existing data in enabling new approaches to agrochemical risk assessment

10h00–12h00

Session 14: Recent advances in toxicological understanding of the Nrf2 stress response pathway

10h00–12h00

Session 15: Observing the unobservable: using human fetal tissues to improve generalisability and reproducibility of experimental models in developmental toxicity studies

10h00–12h00

Session 16: New risks and safety assessments for genome editing technology: genome evolution and epigenetic abnormalities induced by genome editing

10h00–12h00

Session 17: Health effects of environmental contaminants including microplastics

10h00–12h00

Session 17B: Short Oral Communications III (platform)

Selected from submitted abstracts

12h00–13h00

Lunch Break & Exhibition

12h00–13h00

Lunch Industry Symposium 

by Emulate, Inc.

Lunch Industry Symposium 

by SenzaGen AB

Lunch Industry Symposium 

Title tba.

13h00–14h00

Poster Viewing 2

14h00–15h00

HESI CITE Lecture: Using chemical and biological data and AI for predictive safety and toxicology​

Andreas Bender (Centre for Molecular Science Informatics, University of Cambridge, UK)

15h00–15h30

Coffee Break, Exhibition & Poster Viewing 2 

15h30–17h30

Session 18: Transdisciplinary approaches in chemical assessments

15h30–17h30

Session 19: Mechanisms of LncRNAs in Xenobiotics-induced Toxicity

15h30–17h30

Session 20: Advanced in vitro model integration into microphysiological system for the study of pharmacokinetics and risk assessment

15h30–17h30

Session 21: Short Oral Communications IV (platform)

Selected from submitted abstracts

15h30–17h30

Session 22: The path to responsible replacement of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs)

15h30–17h30

IUPHAR Exchange Symposium

19h30–0h00

Congress Dinner

 

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

08h00–13h00

Congress Registration 

09h00–12h00 Exhibition 

08h30–10h30

Session 23: Agrochemical Evaluation for the 21st Century: Achieving the Vision

08h30–10h30

Session 24: Innovative in vitro methods in investigative toxicology to influence the discovery and development of safe candidate drugs

08h30–10h30

Session 25: Translational quantitative systems toxicology to improve the understanding of the safety of medicines (TransQST)

08h30–10h30

Session 26: Electrophiles-induced modification and biological response- Cutting edge research on oxidative stress for toxicology

08h30–10h30

Session 27: Short Oral Communications V (platform)

Selected from submitted abstracts

10h30–11h00

Coffee Break & Exhibition

11h00–13h00

Session 28: Putting the Puzzle Together: Multiple Lines of Evidence to Inform Design and Interpretation of Long-Term, Repeated-Dose Animal Studies to Inform Human Health Risk Assessment

11h00–13h00

Session 29: Mitochondrial off-targets in toxicity of drugs and environmental chemicals

11h00–13h00

Session 30: Practical considerations for a weight of evidence-based agrochemical carcinogenicity assessment without the rodent cancer bioassay

11h00–13h00

Session 31: Micro- and nanoplastics (MNPs) and human health

11h00–13h00

Session 32: Human and environmental toxicology of synthetic dyes: a global concern

11h00–13h00

Session 33: Short Oral Communications VI (platform)

Selected from submitted abstracts

13h00–13h30

Closing Ceremony and Awards Presentation 

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