EBTC Session at International Congress of Toxicology, Seoul, Korea
June 30 – July 4, 2013
The Congress was held June 30-July 4, 2013 in Seoul, South Korea (see ICT 2013 webpage). On July 4th a session on “The Evidence-Based Toxicology Collaboration.” The session featured presentations on the need for evidence-based approaches in toxicology (Ian Kimber, University of Manchester), activities of the Evidence-Based Toxicology Collaboration (EBTC) (Thomas Hartung, Johns Hopkins University), methodologies and methods of EBT (Sebastian Hoffmann, seh consulting) and EBT as a toolbox for the assessment of tests and testing strategies (Thomas Hartung on behalf of Richard Judson, US Environmental Protection Agency). The speakers are members of the North American or European steering committees of the EBT Collaboration.
Presentations now available (all are PDF):
- Evidence-Based Toxicology (EBT): Background and Purpose (Ian Kimber, University of Manchester)
- The Evidence-Based Toxicology Collaboration (EBTC) (Thomas Hartung, Johns Hopkins University on behalf of Martin Stephens)
- EBTC’s Focus on Evidence-Based Methods (Sebastian Hoffmann, seh consulting + services)
- Perspectives on Validation of High-Throughput Assays Supporting 21st Century Toxicity Testing (Thomas Hartung on behalf of Richard Judson, US Environmental Protection Agency)