Cambridge Cell Networks Ltd is pleased to invite you on behalf of the NOTOX Project consortium to the first public meeting of the EC NOTOX Project (a part of the SEURAT-1 Initiative – Safety Evaluation Ultimately Replacing Animal Testing), which will be held on the 10th of June 2014, in Egmond aan Zee in Netherlands, as satellite meeting to the “European Society of Toxicology In vitro” (ESTIV) International conference 2014.
The NOTOX Satellite Meeting will bring together an interdisciplinary panel of scientists to present current efforts, challenges and future directions for long term repeated dose toxicity assessment using in vitro organotypic hepatic cultures. The meeting programme will focus on Systems Biology approach in predictive toxicology using computer models.
1st NOTOX Satellite Meeting
Date: June 10, 2014
Time: 9.00 am – 12.30 pm
Venue: Egmond aan Zee (www.zuiderduin.nl)
Plenary lectures will be given by Richard Judson (EPA USA) and Mathieu Vinken (Vice-President ESTIV)!
For programme agenda and registration please visit http://www.notox-sb.eu/events/satellite-meeting.
NOTOX is one of the building block projects of the European research initiative SEURAT-1, funded by EU-FP7 HEALTH programme and the European Cosmetics Association (Cosmetics Europe). Within the initiative, the project NOTOX is developing and establishing a spectrum of systems biological tools for toxicity prediction.
Cambridge Cell Networks is part of this project, involved in the knowledge extraction from the legacy publication, tools for modeling of biological pathways and integration of the data generated by the experimental partners.