Visit us at the SOT Annual Meeting 2022 and ToxExpo

Visit us at the SOT Annual Meeting 2022 and ToxExpo is happy to attend the upcoming 61st Annual Meeting and ToxExpo of the Society of Toxicology onsite in San Diego in March 2022. We invite you to visit our booth no. 1010 at the ToxExpo.

We will demonstrate our suite of software tools and applications in the area of computational toxicology and safety and risk assessment. We are available to answer any questions regarding our technology and will be glad to help you finding the right solution for your challenges.

In addition, please find below a list of scientific presentation related to our technology that will be given in the technical sessions at the 2022 SOT Annual Meeting.

We are looking forward to meeting you.


Poster presentations

  • Estimation of No-Observed-Adverse-Effect Level (NOAEL) by Read-Across for Large Inventories of Structurally Related Chemicals and Metabolites
    J. Rathman1,2, C. Yang1, J.V. Ribeiro1, A. Mostrag-Szlichtyng1, T. Magdziarz3, and B. Hobocienski1
    1MN-AM, Columbus, OH, USA, 2Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA, and 3MN-AM, Nuremberg, Germany
    Abstract 4675
    Poster Board 721
    Session Computational Toxicology II
    Wednesday, March 30, 10:45am – 12:30pm (Pacific)


  • Role of a Chemoinformatics Platform in Industry Research Programs and Risk Assessments for Cosmetics Ingredients
    G. Ouedrago1, M. Cronin2, M. Dent3, A. Detroyer1, S. Gutsell3, N. Hewitt4, G. Kenna4, P. Kern5, C. Krueger6, C. Mahony7, A. Najjar6, K. Przybylak3, J. Rathman8, M. Varçin4, and C. Yang8
    1L’Oréal, Aulnay-sous-Bois, France, 2Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 3Unilever, Bedford, United Kingdom, 4Cosmetics Europe, Brussels, Belgium, 5Procter & Gamble, Brussels, Belgium, 6Beiersdorf, Hamburg, Germany, 7Procter & Gamble, Bagshot, United Kingdom, and 8MN-AM, Columbus, OH, USA
    Abstract 4668
    Poster Board 714
    Session Computational Toxicology II
    Wednesday, March 30, 10:45am – 12:30pm (Pacific)


  • An In Silico Workflow for Translational Safety Assessment of Drug-Induced Liver Injury
    J.V. Ribeiro1, T. Magdziarz2, and B. Hobocienski1, A. Mostrag-Szlichtyng1, C. Yang1,2, J. Rathman1, M. Pastor3
    1MN-AM, Columbus, OH, USA, 2MN-AM, Nuremberg, Germany, and 3GRIB, DCEXS, University Pompeu Fabra, Spain
    Abstract 5073a
    Poster Board 180
    Session Late Breaking 4/5
    Thursday, March 31, 8:30am – 11:30am (Pacific)


Special event

  • MN-AM, Molecular Networks Altamira Exhibitor-Hosted Session: Navigating Chemical Safety with ChemTunes·ToxGPS® Database, Computational Tools, and In Silico Workflows
    MN-AM presents the newest updated version of its innovative chemoinformatics platform ChemTunes·ToxGPS® that offers toxicity and safety evaluation databases including regulatory- and human health-relevant toxicity dat , and a series of computational  tools and workflows to support risk assessments using experimental and in silico evidence.
    San Diego Convention Center, Room 23B
    Monday, March 28, 4:30pm – 5:30pm (Pacific)

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