17th International Conference on QSAR in Environmental and Health
June 13-17, 2016
Miami Beach, FL
Abstract deadline: December 4, 2015
Early Bird reg: March 1, 2016
Since 1983, this Conference has been an important international gathering in
the field of Environmental and Health Sciences, bringing together scientists
developing and using (Q)SARs.
This meeting will bring together both developers and users of (Q)SAR
methodologies from around the world, and in addition to a comprehensive program
offer opportunities for career development with many courses and an on-going
“Jobs Fair” to connect employers with potential employees.
In order to encourage students to attend, the ASCCT will provide funds for up
to three students traveling to the conference. Specifically, it will cover the
early bird registration fee for the conference as well as provide $500 to cover
additional travel costs. See registration details
To apply, students should provide their submitted abstract plus a short (no
more than 200 words) statement of purpose to the ASCCT
Secretary<mailto:ksullivan@xxxxxxxxxxx> by February 1st, 2016. Winners will be
notified in time to register for the early bird registration deadline.
Agenda tracks include:
* Track 1: Experience from a regulatory accepted use of (Q)SAR models: The
ICH M7 guidance for pharmaceutical impurities
* Track 2: Using read-across and (Q)SAR models to support industrial
applications (including REACH)
* Track 3: Best practices in the development of fit-for-purpose (Q)SAR models
* Track 4: (Q)SAR Methodologies
* Track 5: Using (Q)SARs as part of hazard and risk assessment
Poster sessions, panel discussions, and a debate will also be held. Several
continuing education sessions will be offered, including one on Describing
Adverse Outcome Pathways.
Visit the conference web site<http://www.qsar2016.com> for more information.
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