MultiCASE 2023 Event Schedule

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MultiCASE presents latest research at multiple scientific conferences each year.
We also host educational webinars exploring areas of significant challenge or exciting research within the QSAR field.
Please browse this page to uncover what we have in store for the upcoming year.

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QSAR2023 June 5-9 2023
Copenhagen, Denmark

20th International Workshop on QSAR in Environmental and Health Sciences

Workshop: Course 1 – Advanced techniques in QSAR modeling and applications

Monday June 5th, 9:00  - 10:40 am

S. Chakravarti. MultiCASE Inc., Mayfield Heights, OH.

Poster Session 1:

Improving Ecotoxicity QSAR Models through Modular Integration of Expert Rules, Physicochemical Properties and Molecular Fragments

Tuesday June 6th, 4:00 pm CET

M. Girireddy MultiCASE Inc., Mayfield Heights, OH.

Scientific Program

Annual Genetic Toxicology Association Meeting
May 3rd- 5th, 2023

Newark, Delaware

Current Regulatory and Scientific Issues in Genetic Toxicology

Symposium V: Nitrosamine Risk Assessment, Part 1 – In silico and In vitro Approaches

Friday May 5th, 10:15am - 11:30am

From Theory to Practice: Use of Computational Methods for Nitrosamine Assessments: S. Chakravarti. MultiCASE Inc., Mayfield Heights, OH.

Scientific Program

Society of Toxicology 62nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo
March 19th - 23rd, 2023
Nashville, Tennesee

Taking place in Nashville, Tennessee, the SOT 62nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo will feature more than 70 Featured and Scientific Sessions, 2,000 presentations, 250 exhibitors, and 5,000 attendees.

Find us in the ToxExpo: MultiCASE Booth 1111

Author Attended Poster Session:

Tue, Mar 21 9:00am - 10:45am  (Central)

Poster 159

Exploring Toxic Structural Features and Properties of Extractables and Leachables: S. Chakravarti. MultiCASE Inc., Beachwood, OH.

Extractables and leachables (E&Ls) are compounds that migrate from contact materials to products under exaggerated or normal conditions. E&Ls pose safety risks to human, animal health and environment via drugs, medical devices, food and various products. We are reporting here a system of state-of-the-art QSAR models, databases and toxicity alerts to aid in the safety assessment of more than 400 E&Ls from the Extractables and Leachables Safety Information Exchange (ELSIE) database. The models and databases provide predictions and experimental data, respectively. The system covers 14 physicochemical, ADME, environmental and toxicity endpoints, e.g., LogP, water solubility, biodegradability, aquatic toxicity, endocrine effects, skin sensitization, acute toxicity, mutagenicity, carcinogenicity, hepatotoxicity etc. Importantly, a large set of knowledge-based and statistically mined structural alerts enable confident expert evaluation and analysis of the reasoning behind any potential toxic property. We can answer useful queries using this system, e.g., how many E&Ls have positive Ames data? (ans: 34), how many E&Ls have functional groups helpful in biodegradation? (ans: 233), how many of those have experimental data? (ans: 102), how many E&Ls have functional groups that may cause skin sensitization? (ans: 59). This system can help us to build a layered in silico risk assessment workflow for the E&Ls.

Scientific Program
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