This workshop presents and discusses the new Good Read-across Practice guidance and other current initiatives for the benefit of past and future REACH registrants. Key speakers included Nick Ball (Dow), Mark Cronin (Liverpool John Moores University), and CAAT’s Thomas Hartung. The topics cover the 2016 Good Read-across practice guidance, Ambit tool, Seurat-1 case studies, EUToxRisk21, and the ECHA Read-across Assessment Framework (RAAF).
The session is hosted by CAAT-Europe, Cefic-LRI, and EUToxRisk21.
The agenda featured a talk on the Cefic-LRI AMBIT tool.
See the complete programme of the workshop.
See below the list of all the presentations:
- Good Read-Across Practice 1: State of the Art of Read-Across for Toxicity Prediction by Mark Cronin, Liverpool John Moores University, England
- Towards Good Read-Across Practice by Nicholas Ball1st presentation – Mark Cronin
- REACH-Across – boosting Read-Across use for REACH by Thomas Hartung, CAAT Team & RAx Steering Group
- INNOX Project and a study on Read-Across tools by David Demortain
- Cefic-LRI AMBIT Tool supporting Read-across by Volker Koch, Clariant
- Using Read-Across to predict the sensitizing potential of chemicals – an exercise by the FRANCOPA research working group by Enrico Mombelli, FRANCOPA WG, CALEIDOS Consortium
- OECD Project on the Development of IATA – Considerations from Read-Across Case Studies by Yuki Sakuratani, OECD
Chemical Watch (www.chemicalwatch.com) has published an article titled Experts call for read-across to move beyond chemical similarity which is related to the workshop organised by CAAT-Europe, EU-ToxRisk and Cefic-LRI.
Another article titled Two Good Read-Across Practice Workshops. Making It work for you! has been published by Altex in July 2016.
Location: Crowne Plaza Brussels Airport
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