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10am-11:30am EST, Friday 25 June 2021
Overcoming data availability obstacles in the way of
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This Symposium will discuss the issues of selective publishing and regulatory data gaps in toxicology, and how they might be addressed.
1. Evidence-based assessment of three lines of evidence on drug-induced liver injury: main conclusions, limitations and barriers to implementation. Dr. Katya Tsaioun, EBTC
2. Gaps in preclinical and clinical data: a need for transparency in the regulatory evidence base. Dr Jan Turner, Safer Medicines Trust
3. AI-based data extraction and predictive toxicology – learning from use for chemical safety. Dr. Thomas Hartung, CAAT at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
The paper on which the first presentation is based, on the extent to which drug-induced liver injury can be predicted from preclinical models, and therefore potentially be avoided in human populations, is available here (OA).
The Symposium will be held online at 10am-11:30am Eastern time, 3pm-4:30pm UK time, on Friday 25 June 2021. The Symposium is open to all. Click here to register.