Annual Meeting 2016

14 – 15 November, 2016 at Radisson BLU Hotel, Glasgow G2 8DL, UK

The 2016 IVTS Annual Meeting will be held in Glasgow on 14-15 November at the Radisson BLU Hotel. The conference this year will focus upon in vitro approaches and methodologies in the key research areas of tissue engineering alternatives, systems pharmacology and nanotoxicology.

In addition to the world class speaker list, there are great opportunities for early career researchers to present via both oral and poster presentations.

For more information please go to the RegOline site.

Registration and abstract submission have now both closed. Bursaries have been allocated.

Please note that abstracts will be published in the journal Applied In Vitro Toxicology, the official media partner of our 2016 meeting. 

The IVTS also thank the following sponsors of the 2016 meeting;

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Draft Programme

Please use this link to download the latest programme.

Day 1 Systems Pharmacology

Prof. Mark Cronin (Liverpool John Moores University) In silico techniques: trends, challenges and recent advancements
Dr Juan Diaz Ochoa (Insilico Biotechnology AG) Multi-scale modelling for individualized prediction of drug effects
Dr Ian Gardener (CERTARA) Toxicity prediction using PBPK modelling and simulation

Day 1 Tissue Engineering
Prof. Mathew Dalby (University of Glasgow) 3D stem cell cultures and tissue engineering
Prof. Sue Barnett (University of Glasgow) CNS injury: development of  in vitro models
Dr Paul Genever (University of York) In vitro models of bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells
Amy Ball (University of Liverpool) Generation of a novel in vitro model to assess the impact of mitochondrial DNA variation upon susceptibility to idiosyncratic hepatotoxicity

Day 1 Evening Events
Drinks reception and Poster Abstract Presentations
Civic Reception at Glasgow City Chambers
Conference dinner

Day 2 Tissue Engineering
Dr Howard Fearnhead (NUI Galway) Apoptosis and in vitro toxicology
Dr Craig Murdoch (University of Sheffield) Tissue engineered human skin models for metabolism and toxicology screening
Kayleigh Frame (BTS Poster Prize Winner)

Day 2  Nanotoxicology
Prof. Shareen Doak (Swansea University Medical School) vitro methodologies and 3D models for assessing nanomaterial safety
Dr Helinor Johnston (Heriot-Watt University) Alternative approaches to assess neutrophil responses to nanomaterials
Dr Andrew Thorley (Imperial College London) Modelling particle uptake in the lung
Dr Peter Kearns (OECD) Regulatory viewpoint on usefulness of and requirements for in vitro methodologies

 

 

 

 

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