2018 Society of Toxicology (SOT) Annual Meeting
March 11-15, 2018
San Antonio, TX
Visit us at Booth #533.
Monday, March 12, 5:30-7 pm – Ancillary Meeting
Grand Hyatt San Antonio, Republic A-C Room
IIVS Updates and Networking: Updates from Multi-Stakeholder Collaborations to Advance Non-Animal Approaches to Respiratory Toxicology
Speakers: Dr. Warren Casey, Director, NTP Interagency Center for Evaluation of Alternative Toxicological Methods; Amy Clippinger, Director, PETA International Science Consortium Ltd.; Holger Behrsing, Principal Scientist, IIVS
Join us for an evening of refreshments, discussion and updates from IIVS, NICEATM and the PETA International Science Consortium on efforts to identify and standardize non-animal approaches for respiratory toxicology. Overview presentations will be followed Q&A and discussion from the audience. View more program details.
Speakers: Holger Behrsing, IIVS; Amy Clippinger, PETA International Science Consortium Ltd.; and Warren Casey, NIEHS/NICEATM
Tuesday, March 13, 11:00 am-12:30 pm – Roundtable
Convention Center, Room 301
Alternative Toxicology Approaches to Evaluate Next-Generation Nicotine Products
This roundtable, moderated by Jack Fowle (Science to Inform), will explore the opportunities and challenges in utilizing in vitro, and other alternative toxicology testing methods, to evaluate e-cigarettes.
Panelists include: Erin Hill, IIVS; Warren Casey, NIEHS/ NICEATM; Thomas Hartung, JHU/CAAT; and Christopher Proctor, British American Tobacco
Thursday, March 15, 8:30-11:15 am – Symposium
Convention Center, Room 302
In Vitro Test Methods to Model Local Respiratory Effects after Exposure to Pulmonary Toxicants: Not Just Smoke and Mirrors
Featuring speakers from industry and government backgrounds, this sessions will focus on how a range of pulmonary exposures can be evaluated using in vitro methods for detecting local respiratory effects, and the steps necessary to establish regulations for these test methods.
Speakers include: Holger Behrsing, IIVS; Mark Higuchi, US EPA; Mike Oldham, Atria; Jon Hotchkiss, Dow Chemical; Robert Landsiedel, BASF; Jose Zavala-Mendez, US EPA; and Hans Raabe, IIVS
Wednesday, March 14: 10:45 AM-12:15 PM
Nicotine Characterization of an In Vitro Inhalation Exposure System Using Conventional Next-Generation Tobacco Products: A US/UK Inter-Laboratory Comparison Poster
Session: Respiratory Toxicology: Tobacco Products
Wednesday, March 14: 1:30-3:00 PM
Oral Irritation Assessment of Electronic Liquids Using an In Vitro Oral Testing Model Nicotine
Session: Modeling of Pharmacokinetics and Biological Effects
Poster # P835
Thursday, March 15: 8:30-11:30 AM
Session: Late-Breaking 1: Model Systems
Use of Ex Vivo Precision-Cut Lung Slices a s a Screening Tool for Potential Respiratory Toxicity of E-Liquids
Human In Vitro Models for Respiratory Toxicology: Evaluation of Goblet Cell Hyperplasia, Mucus Production, and Ciliary Beating Assays
View a complete listing of all of our SOT programs and posters.
For further information regarding IIVS’ In Vitro Respiratory Toxicology program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our booth at the SOT meeting (Booth #533).