Don’t miss these great HESI presentations and events featuring HESI members and committee science at the 2017 SOT Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.
The need to develop new tools and increased capacity to test chemicals and pharmaceuticals for potential adverse impact on human health and the environment is an active area of development. A series of NRC reports in 2007 and 2009 recognized and recommended that effective implementation of new technologies in risk assessment requires interdisciplinary and inter-sector dialogue, as well as a consistent and coherent strategy for validating and then integrating new technologies into the existing risk assessment framework.
This training will feature a presentation of the RISK21 approach and application of the RISK21 Webtool.
This workshop provided an opportunity to discuss the current state of the science in immunologic mechanisms of non-IgE mediated food allergy with a specific emphasis on use of these data to assess food safety.
HESI and NC3Rs are hosting a two day workshop to better understand mathematical modeling and applications for safety testing.