A full-day training course will be held on Sunday, 13 May 2018, in Rome, Italy (in conjunction with the SETAC Europe Meeting) aimed at:
- Providing an overview of the newly-developed rainbow trout liver S9 fraction and cryopreserved trout hepatocyte substrate depletion assays for the evaluation of xenobiotic biotransformation in fish (currently draft OECD Test Guidelines)
- Highlighting and discussing recent advances for in silico predictions of biotransformation
- Providing an introduction and overview of the Bioaccumulation Assessment Tool (BAT)
- Demonstrating the application of BAT using illustrative hands-on case examples
This course is co-sponsored by Cefic-LRI and the Health and Environmental Science Institute (HESI). Space in the course is limited; please email Jon Arnot (email@example.com) and Michelle Embry (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly if you are interested in taking the course.
All participants in the course should bring wireless-enabled laptops with Windows and Microsoft Excel and USB.
See here the draft agenda and a descriptor abstract of the course.
Web-based videos demonstrating the BAT will be made available.