17 January 2020

ASCCT 2018: 7th Annual Meeting

ASCCT 2018: 7th Annual meeting of the American Society for Cellular and Computational Toxicology  

Edited by Erin Hill, David Allen, Kristie Sullivan

Overview of the 7th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cellular and Computational Toxicology E.L. Berg, D. Allen, K. Sullivan, E. HillIn. Press, Journal Pre-proof, Available online 23 November 2019 (Editorial)

Nonanimal toxicology testing approaches for traditional and deemed tobacco products in a complex regulatory environment: Limitations, possibilities, and future directions Dana Lauterstein, Matthew Savidge, Yanling Chen, Roxana Weil, R. Philip Yeager. February 2020

Qualification of a non-animal vaginal irritation method admitted as nonclinical assessment model (NAM) in the Incubator Phase of the United States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) Medical Devices Development Tool (MDDT) G.-E. Costin, E. Hill, J. Brown, A.J. Clippinger. February 2020

Predictive toxicology for regulatory decisions: Implementing new approaches at US Food and Drug Administration Suzanne C. Fitzpatrick, DABT, ERT,US Food and Drug Administration. March 2020

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