Visit us at the 2014 WC9 at Booth 27

Molecular Networks is attending the upcoming 9th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences in Prague, Czech Republic, from August 24 to 28, 2014. We would like to invite you to visit our booth no. 27 at the exposition.

We will demonstrate our suite of software tools and applications. We are available to answer any questions regarding our technology and will be glad to help you finding the right solution for your challenges.

In addition, please find below a list of scientific presentations related to our technology that will be given in the technical sessions at the WC9 2014.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Prague in August.

Sessions

  • Session II-3: Computational modelling and cheminformatics
    Tuesday, August 26, 2014, 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, Rooms Berlin and Brussels

    • II-3-721
      A knowledge-informed chemotype approach to mining the ToxCast/Tox21 chemical-data landscape.
      Presented by A.M. Richard
    • II-3-787
      Read-across at the crossroad of chemoinformatics and regulatory science.
      Presented by C. Yang
  • Session II-7: Update from Europe – Alternative testing strategies program
    Tuesday, August 26, 2014, 3:13 PM to 5:15 PM, Room Congress Hall III

    • II-7-167
      Can data sharing in the pharmaceutical industry contribute to 3R? – Exploring the value of the IMI eTOX database.
      Presented by T. Steger-Hartmann
    • II-7-504
      Computational approaches for the safety assessment of cosmetics-related chemicals: results from the COSMOS project.
      Presented by A.-N. Richarz
  • Session IV-5: Intellectual property, data sharing and data ownership
    Monday 25 August 2014, 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM, Room Tyrolka

    • IV-5-534
      Shared toxicity data: adding value to predictive models.
      Presented by M.T.D. Cronin

Posters

  • II-3-526
    Applying cheminformatics approaches to support toxicity prediction and safety assessment of chemicals through the development of robust categories.
    A.-N. Richarz, S.J. Enoch, M.T.D. Cronin, L. Terfloth, C.H. Schwab, C. Yang
    • II-3-535
      Using Adverse Outcome Pathways to support mechanistic in silico modelling: examples with organ level toxicity.
      M.T.D. Cronin, S.J. Enoch, J.C. Madden, F.P. Steinmetz, K.P. Przybylak, A.-N. Richarz, C. Yang
      • II-4-735
        Metabolism simulation and toxicity prediction in the evaluation of food ingredient/contaminant safety.
        L. Terfloth, K. Arvidson, K. Muldoon-Jacobs, P. Volarath, A. Tarkhov, T. Magdziarz, J. Rathman, D. Hristozov, C. Yang