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ToxStrategies scientists at Toxicology Forum Winter Meeting



 

ToxStrategies scientists attended the 44th Annual Winter Meeting of the Toxicology Forum January 27–29, where they presented on a wide range of topics, including the use of New Approach Methods (NAMs) in the risk characterization of PFAS; advances, opportunities, and challenges in using NAMs in toxicological evaluations; expanding the use and chemical space of the TTC; and challenges and opportunities in assessing the safety of sunscreen active ingredients. The following ToxStrategies scientists were participants at the meeting:

Dr. Laurie Haws,
session co-chair and presenter

Session/Presentation: “Use of New Approach Methods in Risk Characterization of PFAS: Challenges and Opportunities — Introduction”
Jan 27 8:00 to 8:05 am

Dr. Caroline Ring,
presenter

Presentation: “Application of High-Throughput Exposure Modeling in Risk-Based Prioritization for PFAS”
Jan 27 at 10:35 am

Dr. Grace Chappell,
session co-chair

Session: “High-Throughput Screening Data and Use of Other In Vitro NAMs in Toxicological Evaluations-Advances, Opportunities, and Challenges 20 Years into the 21st Century”
Jan 28 8:00 am to noon

Dr. Sarah Vater,
presenter

Presentation: “Update: New Data Requirements for Sunscreen Over the Counter Additives—Challenges and Opportunities”
Jan 28 at 4:00 pm

Dr. Susan Borghoff,
session co-chair

Session: “Advances in Thresholds of Toxicological Concern (TTC): Expansion of Databases to Support New Chemical Space”
Jan 29 8:00 am to 10:00 am

Dr. Ly Ly Pham,
presenter

Presentation: “TTC for Per- and Poly-fluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS), Applicability and Enrichment of Chemical Space”
Jan 29 at 9:05 am

These scientists are all active in The Center of Excellence for 21st Century Toxicology, a division of ToxStrategies, Inc.