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Find the events where we present work related to the ONTOX project

upcoming events

June 2022

Poster:
  • First steps for creating an ontology for cognitive function defects for regulatory application
    – presenter: Kuchovska E. (IUF – Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine)

september 2022

POSTERS:
  • Developing a physiological map as a framework to study chemical-induced liver steatosis
    – presenter:  Ladeira L. C. M. (Université de Liège)
  • From Physiological Map to Ontology Unravelling Kidney Toxicity
    – presenter: Gamba A. (Université de Liège)
POSTER:
  • New approaches for evaluating kidney toxicity using physiological maps
    – presenter: Gamba A. (Université de Liège)
PRESENTATIONS:
  • A Knowledge Hub Leveraging Public Resources to Improve In Silico Chemical Safety Assessment
    – 
    presenter: Marusczyk J. (Molecular Networks GmbH)
  • Artificial intelligence and open science to build adverse outcome pathways and perform toxicological risk assessment
    – presenter: Teunis M. (Hogeschool Utrecht)
  • Development of an adverse outcome pathway for kidney tubular necrosis
    – presenter: Barnes D. (Universiteit Utrecht)
  • First steps for creating an ontology for cognitive function defects for regulatory application
    – presenter: Kuchovska E. (Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine)
  • Characterising Applicability Domains of Generic In Vitro Distribution Kinetic and Physiologically Based Kinetic Models
    – presenter: Kramer N. (Wageningen University & Research)
  • In silico testing
    – presenter: Yang. Ch. (Molecular Networks GmbH)
  • Physiology-based framework to study chemical-induced cholestasis
    – presenter: Ladeira L. C. M. (Université de Liège)
  • Physiological maps: a benchmark tool for adverse outcome pathways and a cornerstone for the development of disease ontologies 
    – presenter: Staumont B. (Université de Liège)
  • Testing of chemicals for next generation risk assessment
    – presenter: Vinken M. (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • The artificial intelligence pillar
    – presenter: Hartung T. (Johns Hopkins University Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing)
  • The ontology pillar
    – presenter: Piersma A. (Universiteit Utrecht)
PRESENTATION:
  • ONTOX: ontology-driven and artificial intelligence-based repeated dose toxicity testing of chemicals for next generation risk assessment
    – presenter: Vinken M. (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

november 2022

  • POSTERS:
    • An adverse outcome pathway network for liver steatosis induced by chemicals 
      – presenter: Verhoeven A.(Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
    • Applying machine-learning approaches to identify key genes associated with drug-induced cholestasis 
      – presenter: Jiang J. (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
    • Designing physiological maps as a tool to study liver toxicology
      – presenter: Ladeira L. C. M. (Université de Liège)
    • Development of an adverse outcome pathway for kidney tubular necrosis 
      – presenter: Barnes D. (Universiteit Utrecht)
    • Evaluation of state-of-the-art in silico testing methods to fill physico-chemical and toxicokinetic data gaps within the ONTOX project 
      – presenter: Roncaglioni A. (Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri)
    • PBK modelling of in vivo distribution kinetics in the ONTOX project 
      – presenter: Geci R. (esqLABS GmbH)
    • Physiological map to study kidney toxicity in the ONTOX project 
      – presenter: Gamba A. (Université de Liège)
    • Update and optimization of an adverse outcome pathway network of chemical-induced cholestasis 
      – presenter: van Ertvelde J. (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • The meeting will be a satellite activity linked to the 21st International Congress of the European Society of Toxicology In Vitro (ESTIV 2022) and open to the public with mandatory registration through the ESTIV system.

    Find out more at the ASPIS event website.

past events

21-24 June – ONE CONFERENCE 2022 – Brussels, Belgium/Virtual
Posters:
  • First steps for creating an ontology for cognitive function deficits for regulatory application
    – presenter: Kuchovska E. (IUF – Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine)
  • Research activities on kinetic modelling and quantitative in vitroin vivo extrapolation for next generation risk assessment in the H2020 ONTOX project
    – presenter: Paini A. (esqLABS GmbH)
  • Use of the Open-Source Software Open Systems Pharmacology Suite (PK-Sim® and MoBi®) in Next Generation Risk Assessment (NGRA)
    – presenter: Schaller S. (esqLABS GmbH)
13-17 JUNE – SUMMER SCHOOL IN BIOINFORMATICS – Hinxton, United Kingdom
Poster:
  • From human physiology to toxicity prediction: Working on the ONTOX project
    – presenter: Ladeira L. C. M. (Université de Liège)
27-31 March – The Society of Toxicology 61st Annual Meeting and ToxExpo – USA
Presentation:
  • Assessment of Human Neuronal Network Formation and Function Using 2D and 3D hiPSC-Derived Cell Systems
    – presenter: Fritsche E. (IUF – Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine)
  • Computational modeling of (sub)cellular key events in quantitative adverse outcome pathways  towards model-informed human health risk assessment
    – presenter: Schaller S. (esqLABS GmbH)
  • Human Neural Tube Defects: Basic Embryology to Predictive Toxicology
    – presenter: Heusinkveld H. (Universiteit Utrecht)
14 February – EFSA info session: animal-free next generation risk assessment ready by 2026 – Belgium
Presentation:
  • ONTOX: ontology-driven and artificial intelligence-based repeated dose toxicity testing of chemicals for next generation risk assessment
    – presenter: Vinken M. (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
26 January – OECD Working Party on Hazard Assessment – virtual
Presentation:
  • ONTOX: ontology-driven and artificial intelligence-based repeated dose toxicity testing of chemicals for next generation risk assessment
    – presenter: Vinken M. (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
18 November – Second international Conference on 3R’S Research and progress – virtual
PRESENTATION:
  • presenter: Vinken M. (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
11 NOVEMBER – Nordic Training on New Approach Methodologies – Norway
PRESENTATION:
  • The ONTOX project
    – presenter: Dirven H. (Norwegian Institute of Public Health)
10 November – The Gates Foundation Grand Challenge meeting – virtual
PRESENTATION:
  • Artificial intelligence
    – presenter: Hartung T. (Johns Hopkins University Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing)
4 November – ASPIS Kick Off Meeting – Belgium
Presentation:
  • ONTOX: ontology-driven and artificial intelligence-based repeated dose toxicity testing of chemicals for next generation risk assessment
    – presenter: Vinken M. (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
22 OCTOBER – Closing event PLANT-UPmeeting – virtual
PRESENTATION:
  • 3Rs in EU Policy and Research
    – presenter: Busquet F. (Altertox)
5 October – ILSI Europe annual symposium – The Netherlands
Presentation:
  • The European ONTOX project: ontology-driven and artificial intelligence-based repeated dose toxicity testing of chemicals for next generation risk assessment
    – presenter: Vinken M. (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
29 September – EUROTOX – virtual
Presentation:
  • Development and application of an adverse outcome pathway of cholestatic liver injury
    – presenter: Vinken M. (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)