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The National Capital Area Chapter Fall 2018 Symposium: The Intersection of Predictive Toxicology Roadmaps - Tox21, FDA’s Predictive Tox Roadmap, and ToxCast

The Symposium will take place on Thursday, October 25, 2018 from 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM at Lister Hill Visitor's Center, NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD.

There is no cost for registration and we plan to host a mentoring lunch for students and post-docs where you will have the opportunity to interact with experts in the field of toxicology.

Please be sure to register before October 19, 2018 to ensure we have adequate space to accommodate everyone.

Agenda

Past Events

The National Capital Area Chapter Spring 2018 Symposium: Consumer Products – Motivating and Promoting Toxicity Reduction

May 24, 2018
The University Club, Washington, CD
Program

Speaker Slide Presentations

Dr. Michael Babich, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commision
CPSC’s Role in Guarding Safety of Consumer Products

Dr. Jen Tanir, Toward Safer LLC and Dr. David Constable, American Chemical Society
IThe ACS Green Chemistry Institute: Proven Success Implementing Green Chemistry and Engineering Initiatives

Dr. Pamela Spencer, ANGUS
Industry Initiatives to Educate and Train Toxicologists in Green Chemistry

Mike Schade, Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families
IMind the Store Campaign: Achieving Toxics Reduction in Consumer Products Through Retailer Engagement

Terri Goldberg, Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association
Interstate Chemicals Clearinghouse (IC2): Safer Chemical and Emerging Contaminants Initiatives

Dr. Brett Howard, American Chemistry Council (Demonstration of product selection computer program in development; no slides available)
Practical Chemical Alternatives Assessment – A Decision Science Approach

Boma Brown-West, Environmental Defense Fund (Slides unavailable)
EDF: Retailer Initiatives Designed to Promote Safer Chemical Selection

Dr. Meg Whittaker, ToxServices LLC
Transparency and Disclosure: Critical Inputs into Risk Assessments and Alternatives Assessment

 

National Capital Area Chapter SOT (NCAC-SOT) and North Carolina Chapter SOT (NCSOT): Joint Reception/Mixer

Monday, March 12, 2018
Pat O’Brien’s
121 AlamoPlaza, San Antonio, Texas 78205.

Program

The National Capital Area Chapter Fall 2017 Symposium: TSCA: Best Practices in Toxicology, Risk, and Chemical Management Strategie

October 13, 2017
American Chemical Society (ACS) Headquarters
Symposium Program

Presentation Recordings and Slides:

Nancy Beck
Presentation Slides
Webinar recording

Richard Engler
Presentation Slides
Webinar recording

Jennifer Sass and Bob Sussman
Presentation Slides
Webinar recording

Morning Speaker Q&A Panel
Webinar recording

Kimberly White
Presentation slides
Webinar recording

Afternoon Speaker Q&A Panel
Webinar recording

The National Capital Area Chapter Spring 2017 Symposium: Safety Assessment of Over-the-Counter Botanicals and Nutraceuticals: Update and Challenges

April 19, 2017
Lister Hill Center Auditorium, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
Symposium Program

Speakers/Presentations:

Steven J. Casper, PhD
Botanical identity, uses, and safety translated to New Dietary Ingredient Notification (NDIN) information
Webinar Recording

Jinhui Dou, PhD
Toxicology and Other Data to Support Clinical Development of Botanical Drugs
Webinar Recording

Hellen Oketch-Rabah, PhD
USP Botanical Quality Standards: Contributions in Quality Control and Safe Use of Botanicals
Webinar Recording

Jeffrey D. White, MD
Advising Cancer Patients Regarding Risks and Benefits of Botanicals and Nutraceuticals
Webinar Recording

James Harnly
Analytical Developments for Identification and Authentication of Botanicals
Webinar Recording

Barbara C. Sorkin, PhD and Adam J. Kuszak, PhD
National Institutes of Heatlh Support of Dietary Supplement Research
Webinar Recording

The National Capital Area Chapter of the Society of Toxicology (NCAC-SOT) and Johns Hopkins University Joint Mixer

March 14, 2017
Pratt Street Ale House, Baltimore, Maryland 21201

NCAC-SOT Spring Symposium

April 20, 2016—Georgetown University Conference Center
Symposium Agenda

The Keynote Presentation by Dr. Allyn Howlett was available as a webinar.

USA Science and Engineering Festival

NCAC will also host a booth at the USA Science and Engineering Festival, a huge event at the Walter Washington Convention Center in DC on April 16–17, 2016. This event advances STEM education and inspires the next generation of scientists and engineers. Exhibitors, performers, speakers, partners, sponsors and advisors are from major academic centers, leading research institutes, government agencies, cutting-edge high tech companies, museums, and community organizations.

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Family Science Day

The NCAC will be hosting a booth at the AAAS Family Science Day Saturday and Sunday February 13–14, 2016 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC. The whole family and friends are welcome to this free event to explore interactive science exhibits, learn about cool science jobs, and have your questions answered by scientists!

SOT 55th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo, March 13–17 New Orleans, Louisiana

Regional Science Fairs March 11–19 different counties in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC

Regional Science Fairs
March 11–12—Montgomery County
March 12—Prince William County, Manassas
March 12–13—Fairfax County
March 17—Loudoun County
March 18–19—Prince Georges County
March 19–20—Baltimore (includes Baltimore City, and Baltimore, Carroll, Cecil, Harford and Howard Counties)
March 19—Washington, DC

NCAC-SOT Fall Webinar

“Looking Forward after 19 Years of the Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program”

September 18, 2015

Webinar Recording

Speakers/Presentations: David J. Dix ; Patience Browne ; Caren Helbing ; Raphael Witorsch ; Rick Becker ; Thomas Hartung ; Warren Casey ;


SOT-NCAC and Mixtures Specialty Section Fall Symposium

“Evaluating Toxicological Mixtures Using Molecular Approaches”

November 20, 2014

Speakers/Presentations: Gladys Erives ; Cynthia Rider ; Margaret H. Whittaker


NCAC-SOT Fall Webinar

“A Walk Through the National Academies Review of US EPA’s IRIS Process: Implications for Hazard Assessment”

September 19, 2014

Webinar Recording

Speakers/Presentations: Jonathan M. Samet ; Vincent Cogliano ; Kimberly Wise ; Tracey J. Woodruff ; Michael Dourson


NCAC-SOT Fall 2013 Symposium

“Toxicity Associated with Nanomaterials”

December 16, 2013

NIH-NLM Lister Hill Auditorium (Bethesda, Maryland)

Speaker Presentations & Meeting Agenda

Meeting Agenda

Weiss Presentation ; McNeill Presentation ; Sass Presentation ; Sass Supplement

Student/Postdoc Speaker Abstracts


2013 Spring Symposium

“Mechanisms of Cell Injury and Cell Death-Applications for Mode of Action Risk Assessment”

May 23, 2013

Keynote Speaker: Dean Jones, PhD, Emory University

Basic scientific interest in the field of mechanisms of cell injury / cell death involving processes such as apoptosis and cancer has grown greatly over the past 30 years. The roles of toxic chemicals in mediating these processes has also been increasingly appreciated and translation of this information for mode of action risk assessment approaches has grown rapidly. This meeting of the NCAC will focus on bringing together an international group of toxicologists with expertise in apoptosis, molecular biomarkers of adverse outcome pathways/systems biology and risk assessment to summarize the state of the science with regard to the increasingly inter-disciplinary field of mode of action (MOA) based chemical risk assessment. This meeting will hopefully provide a stimulating forum for advancing this very current area of scientific endeavor.

Agenda


Pre-2013 Events

  • Spring 2013 “Mechanisms of Cell Injury and Cell Death-Applications for Mode of Action Risk Assessment”
  • Fall 2012 “NexGen Initiative for Risk Assessment”
  • Spring 2012 “Systems Toxicology”
  • Fall 2011 “Green Chemistry: The Role of Toxicology”
  • Spring 2011 “Current Trends in the Use of Non-Animal Data for Risk Assessment”
  • During the 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting held in Washington DC, SOT component groups displayed posters about their respective organizations. View the NCAC poster.
  • Fall 2010 “Food Safety—From Farm to Table”
  • Spring 2010 “Emerging Issues in Water Contamination” (includes speaker abstracts and slide presentations)
  • Winter 2009 “Civilian and Military Vaccine and Drug Safety Assessment: Perspectives on the Animal Rule” (includes speaker abstracts and slide presentations)
  • Fall 2008 “Animal vs. Human Models of Toxcity Testing” (includes speaker abstracts and slide presentations)
  • Fall 2007 “Biomarkers of Drug Safety: Discovery and Regulatory Aspects” (includes speaker abstracts and slide presentations)
  • Spring 2007 “The Role of Inflammation in Toxicity” (includes speaker abstracts and slide presentations)
  • Fall 2006 “Computational Toxicology”
  • Spring 2006 “Public Health Concerns in Disaster Preparedness” (includes speaker abstracts and slide presentations)
  • Fall 2005 “Biological, Toxicological, and Regulatory Assessment of Nano-Materials” (includes speaker abstracts)
  • Spring 2005 “Toxicology of Chemical Mixtures” (includes speaker abstracts and slide presentations)
  • Fall 2004 “Toxicology of Dietary Supplements” (includes speaker abstracts and slide presentations)
  • Spring 2004 “Novel Methods for Detecting Hepatotoxic Agents” (Includes speaker abstracts and slide presentations)
  • Fall 2003 “Animal Models for Safety and Efficacy Testing of Agents that Cannot be Tested in Humans”
  • Spring 2003 “Emerging Issues in Human and Veterinary Pharmaceutical Contamination of Water Supplies”
  • Fall 2002 “Potential Applications of Noninvasive Techniques to Toxicology”
  • Spring 2002 “The Dose Response—The Cornerstone of Toxicology and Challenges for Risk Assessment”
  • Fall 2001
  • Spring 2001
  • Fall 2000 “Computational Approaches for Predicting the Toxicity of Chemicals”
  • Spring 2000 “Translating Genomics and Proteomics for Toxicology and Risk Assessment”
  • Fall 1999 “Toxicology and Risk Communication”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Announcements

The NCAC 10/15/2018 Fall Newsletter is now available; click here to access.

Oct 25, 2018 – NCAC Fall Symposium at NIH on Predictive Toxicology Roadmaps. Look for Speaker Slides to be posted SOON.

Online Registration

Spring Symposium Slides on Consumer Product Safety Now Available


March 2018 NCAC-SOT Newsletter now available


NCAC 2017 TSCA Reform Fall Symposium—slides and recordings now available