SOT 62nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo
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Society of Toxicology 62nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo

Taking place in Nashville, Tennessee, the SOT 62nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo will bring together 5,000+ toxicologists and those working in areas related to toxicology to share the latest science and technology in the field, as well as to make new connections, gather with friends, and engage in mentoring and professional development.

Meet with representatives from DILIsym and Simulations Plus in booth #1107. Michael Lawless, Brett Howell, James Beaudoin, and Josh Fohey will all be in attendance, and look forward to connecting with you!

Continuing Education Morning Course:

Presenting Author: Senior Principal Scientist Michael Lawless
Title: A Training on the OECD Guidance for Characterizing, Validating, and Reporting Physiologically Based Kinetic Models
Session Date and Time: 3/19/2023 from 8:15 AM – Noon
Location: TBD
Abstract #: 1002

Poster Presentations:

Presenting Author: Senior Principal Scientist Michael Lawless
Title: Predicted Pharmacokinetic Properties of Botanical Constituents.
Session Date and Time: 3/21/2023 from 2:30- 4:15 PM
Abstract Number/Poster Board number: 4132/ P630.

Presenting Author: Senior Scientist James Beaudoin
Title: Development of a Quantitative Systems Toxicology Model of Multidrug Resistance Protein 3 (MDR3) Inhibition to Predict Bile Acid-Mediated Cholestatic Drug-Induced Liver Injury
Session Title: Computational Toxicology II
Session Date and Time: 3/21/2023 from 9:00-10:45 AM
Abstract Number/Poster Board number: 3678/ P163


Save the date and join us for our Lunch & Learn, “Next Generation of Simulations Plus Software Tools Enable Accurate Exposure and Safety Assessments.”

Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Time: 12:00 PM-01:00 PM CDT
Room: 101A

State-of-the-art modeling and simulation software tools will be discussed, including the latest (post-COVID) updates to the most widely used absorption, formulation, and PBPK platform, GastroPlus, as well as updates on the QST safety platforms, DILIsym (liver injury) and RENAsym (kidney injury).  Application examples will be shared. Participants will learn about mechanistic exposure and safety modeling to address chemical risk assessment and drug safety assessment, including the latest software updates from Simulations Plus and experiences from platform applications.

Seating is limited please arrive early to secure your complimentary lunch & seat!