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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).

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This conference encompasses novel approaches and technologies being used to properly assess the safety, toxicity, and risk for human health.

Date: 30.06.2013 - 04.07.2013
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Contact: Email: ict@ict2013seoul.org
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.ict2013seoul.org⁄

The scientific program will consist of keynote/distinguished lectures, symposia, workshops, round table discussions, debate and poster sessions. This meeting will provide attendees with ample opportunities to exchange the ideas and to launch collaborations.

Symposia Topics:
  • Improving Non-Clinical Cardiovascular Safety Assessment Models to Better Predict Clinical Outcomes
  • Advances in Biomonitoring for Occupational and Environmental Health
  • Risk Assessment for Food Chemicals
  • Cancer Chemoprevention: Molecular Targets and Underlying Mechanisms
  • Risk 21: Accurate, Resource Appropriate Risk Assessment
  • 3D Goes 3R – Complex in Vitro Methods for Modern Toxicity Testing
  • Metabolomics for Discovery of Biomarkers of Chemical Toxicity and Mechanisms
  • Preclinical Imaging as an Approach to Enhance Translational Regulatory Science
  • Translational Toxicology: Application of Basic Sciences to Clinical Practice
  • Heavy Metal Toxicology: Update and Childhood Poisoning
  • Update on Toxicology in Human Pregnancy
  • Are There Thresholds for Genotoxicity?
  • Nanotechnology: Toxicology and Human Health
  • Stem Cells in Toxicology: Fundamental Biology and Practical Considerations
  • Epigenetic Dysregulation during Chemical Carcinogenesis
  • Applications of PBPK Modeling in Risk Assessment of Environmental Contaminants
  • Recent Topics about Risk Assessment of Nanomaterials for Nano-Safety Science
  • Complexities and Challenges in Toxicity and Treatment of Organophosphate Poisoning
  • Application of Systems Biology for Cancer Biomarkers
  • Genetics & Epigenetics – The Link Between Individual Genomes-Environment Interaction and Toxicity
  • National Coordination of Toxicology Research and Testing: Perspectives from the Korea and US “National Toxicology Programs”
  • Free Radical Toxicology
  • New Risk Assessment of Airborne Materials and Health Technologies in Respiratory System
  • Toxicity of Herbs & Dietary Supplements: Global Efforts at Prevention
  • Environmental Burden of Disease: How to Assess and Prioritize Actions
  • Korean Ginseng; Efficacy and Safety
  • Active Metabolites: Potential Target for New Drug Discovery and Toxicity
  • The Evidence-Based Toxicology Collaboration


  • Pesticide Exposure During Early – Life Stages
  • How to Ensure Consumer Safety of Consumer Products in a Globalized World?
  • Energy Crisis, Fossil Fuel and Biofuels – Adverse Health Effects
  • Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) Approach for the Safety Assessment of Chemical Substances
  • Alternative Test Methods and International Regulatory Perspectives
  • Target Organ Toxicology and Mechanism
  • Safety Evaluation for Biosimilar and Drug Development


January 31,2013Submission of abstracts
January 31,2013Early registration at reduced fee

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