Human Genetic Susceptibility to Environmental Toxicants

Invited Speakers

Rick Paules, Ph.D.  

NIEHS, Tox21 Phase III 

"1500 Genes High Throughput Transcriptomics Project"

Fred Wright, Ph.D. 

Professor, Director of the Bioinformatics Research Center, North Carolina State University

Population-based in vitro Approaches and Perspectives on Estimating Population Variability"

J. Allen Davis, Ph.D.

US EPA, National Center for Environmental Assessment 

“How Data Science Can Inform Environmental Justice and Community Risk Screening of Genetic Susceptibility”

Tala Henry, Ph.D. 

US EPA, Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention

 “TSCA Reform and EPA Requirements in Evaluation of Risk-Based Safety in Consideration of Vulnerable Populations”

John Wambaugh, Ph.D. 

US EPA, National Center for Computational Toxicology

"Identifying Susceptible Populations Using Exposure and Toxicokinetics"

In addition to a distinguished speaker line-up, meeting will include a poster session, student/trainee presentations, awards, and lunch.

Please visit this site soon for meeting registration and agenda.

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