Computational Toxicology Research
Researchers have been using advances in computational toxicology to address lack of data on the thousands of chemicals. Since 2005, researchers have generated massive amounts of hazard data on thousands chemicals, have started developing innovative chemical exposure prediction models and created a repository of high quality chemical structure data. EPA will publicly release even more data on thousands of chemicals in late 2013. The chemical data is massive and new which leads to data translation, accessibility & usage challenges. EPA is working to help address these challenges through stakeholder outreach efforts such as workshops, webinars, and more.
- January 14, 2014: ToxCast Phase II in person stakeholder workshop (Research Triangle Park, NC)
- April 2014 (exact date TBD): ToxCast Phase II in-person stakeholder workshop (Potomac Yards, MD)
- May 13-14, 2014: ToxCast Phase II Data Summit
- For EPA partners with a signed agreements: Sept. 19 at 2 PM.
- Public webinar for ToxCast Phase II data/Dashboards: Early December
- Past CompTox Workshops
For more information about EPA’s computational toxicology stakeholder outreach efforts, please contact Monica Linnenbrink (Linnenbrink.firstname.lastname@example.org).