Scientific Programme

Scientific
Programme


02 NOVEMBER 2022 – WEDNESDAY
12.00Registration
HALL – A (This session will be in Turkish)
13.30-16.30Biyoteknolojik İlaçlarda Klinik Çalışmalar-Güvenlik Değerlendirmeleri
Safety Evaluations and Clinical Studies in Biotechnological Products
13.30-14.00Biyoteknolojik İlaçlar ve Üretim Süreçleri
Devrim Demir Dora
14.00-14.30Biyobenzer İlaçlarda Klinik Çalışmalar ve Karşılaştırılabilirlik
İrfan Çiçin
14.30-15.00Biyobenzer Ürünlerde Ekstrapolasyon, Değiştirilebilirlik
M.Cem Ar
15.00-15.30Biyoüstünler
Alper B. İskit
15.30-16.00Biyolojik ve Biyobenzer İlaçlarda Farmakovijilans, İzlenebilirlik ve Risk Yönetimi
Semra Şardaş
17.00-18.30Opening Ceremony
17.30-18.15Opening Lecture
The History of the Advancement of Toxicology in Turkey
Ali Esat Karakaya
18.00-20.00Opening Reception
20.00Dinner
03 NOVEMBER 2022 – THURSDAY
HALL – A
09.00-9.45Plenary Lecture
Non-Pharmacological Mechanism in Substance-Based Medical Devices/Challenges in Regulatory Definition
Marco Racchi
09.45-10.15Coffee Break
HALL – A, SESSION 1
10.15-12.15Genotoxic Impurities in Pharmaceutical Compounds
10.15-10.45The staged TTC concept in the evaluation og genotoxic impurities in drugs
Lutz Mueller
10.45-11.15Strategies on the assessment of genotoxic impurities in pharmaceuticals
Andreas Czich
11.15-11.45Regulation of Genotoxic Impurities – Guidelines and Experiences since 2006
Roland Froetschl
11.45-12.15Genotoxic impurities and other possible impurities in pharmaceutical products: From the application perspective
Ahmet Aydın
12.15-13.30Lunch
HALL – A
13.30-14.15Plenary Lecture
Chemical Stewardship through Sustainability Lenses
Salmaan H Inayat-Hussain
HALL – A, SESSION 2
14.30-17.00Vaccine Safety-Toxicity and Clinical Trials
14.30-15.00Vaccine Safety and Toxicity. What have We Learned from COVID-19 Pandemic
Pınar Erkekoğlu
15.00-15.30Clinical Trials of COVID-19 Vaccines
Serhat Ünal
15.30-16.00Vaccine Hesitancy
Levent Akın
16.00-16.30Pharmacoeconomic Aspects of COVID-19 Vaccines
Zafer Çalışkan
16.30-17.00Characterization and Quality Control Procedures for Vaccines: A Special Focus on COVID-19 Vaccines
Emirhan Nemutlu
HALL – B, SESSION 3
14.30-16.30Current approaches on detecting the DNA damage and repair of chemicals
14.30-14.50Genetic risks from heat-damaged DNA in food
Miral Dizdaroğlu
14.50-15.10Mode of action (MOA) based threshold for genotoxic carcinogens: Benzene case
Neslihan Aygün Kocabaş
15.10-15.30Mitochondrial DNA damage as genotoxicity marker
Nadja Cristhina de Souza Pinto
15.30-15.50Oligonucleotide Characterization for Emerging Modalities
Erdem Çoşkun
15.50-16.10The impacts of prominent detoxifying and repair gene polymorphisms on neurological diseases
Bensu Karahalil
16.10-16.30In vitro genotoxicity of two graphene oxides before and after prolonged mild thermal treatment
Sanin Haveric
17.00-17.15Coffee Break
HALL – A, SESSION 4
17.15-19.15Scientific Approach to Chemical Warfare and Fourth Generation Nerve Agents_Novichoks
17.15-17.45A generic presentation on fourth generation agents and their risks – novel therapeutic options for nerve agents/organophosphates poisoning
Ahmet Aydın
17.45-18.15Case studies for Novichok incidents in UK and Russia
Sermet Sezigen
18.15-18.45Review-based evaluation of decontamination techniques after Novichok exposure
Denis Josse (online)
18.45-19.15In-vitro and Pre-Clinical Studies of Decontamination Efficacy of Chemical Warfare agents from the skin
Laura Cochrane
HALL – B, SESSION 5
17.15-18.55Environmental Biomonitoring of Hazardous Substances
17.15-17.35Air pollution context and biomonitoring in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Anja Haveric
17.35-17.55Does research in the field of Occupational Toxicology of Metals have any Future in Developed Countries?
Petar Bulat
17.55-18.15Tobacco during pregnancy: looking at self-reported tobacco exposure, urinary cotinine levels and perinatal outcomes
Carla Costa
18.15-18.35Monitoring air pollution and the health-related biomarkers: lessons from HUMNap
Katarina Matkovic
18.35-18.55Cadmium and prostate cancer – a possible connection: evidence from studies in humans and animals
Zorica Bulat
20.00Dinner
04 NOVEMBER 2022 – FRIDAY
HALL – A
09.00-09.45Plenary Lecture
Safety Evaluation of Food Additives
Yalçın Duydu
09.45-10.00Coffee Break
HALL – A, SESSION 6
10.00-12.30Application of Comet Assay in Human Biomonitoring
10.00-10.30The comet assay in human biomonitoring: results from the COST Action hCOMET
Andrew Collins
10.30-11.00Suitability of salivary leucocytes to assess DNA damage and repair in human biomonitoring studies using the comet assay
Blanca Laffon
11.00-11.30Characterization of Portuguese Wildland firefighters before a Wildfire Season: Looking at the cytogenetic effects
Joao Paolo Texeira
11.30-12.00Effect of a meat-based diet on fecal water genotoxicity: a randomized clinical trial in healthy subjects
Lisa Giovannelli
12.00-12.30The damage and protective effects on DNA after single use combination of volatile anaesthetics and gamma radiation radiotherapy of 1 or 2Gy in vivo: preliminary results
Mirta Milic
12.30-13.45Lunch
HALL – A, SESSION 7
13.45-15.45In Silico Toxicology
13.45-14.15Regulatory Applications of Computational Toxicology: Progress and Strategies to Ensure Wider Use
Kristie Sullivan
14.15-14.45In silico approaches to assess the potential environmental effects of diverse chemicals
Melek Türker Saçan
14.45-15.15Filling data gap for toxicological evaluation of pharmaceuticals: In Silico approach
Muhammed Hamitoğlu
15.15-15.45In silico toxicological evaluation of drug impurities aligned with ICH M7. A case study for methylprednisolone aceponate impurities
Gülçin Tuğcu
HALL – B, SESSION 8
13.45-15.45Current Concerns about Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals
13.45-14.15Causality Between Prenatal Exposure to Pharmaceuticals and Childhood Obesity
Hande Gürer Orhan
14.15-14.45Epigenetic Effects of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals
Belma Koçer Gümüşel
14.45-15.15Zebrafish as a Model for Chemical Induced Adipogenesis and Related Metabolic Diseases
Jorke Kamstra
15.15-15.45Risk Assessment of Endocrine Disruptors
Johanna Zilliacus
15.45-16.00Coffee Break
HALL – A, SESSION 9
16.00-18.00Organ-specific Toxic Pathways: recent progress in drug-induced adversities
16.00-16.30Paracetamol-induced kidney damage occurs by different mechanism from hepatotoxicity
Hilmi Orhan
16.30-17.00Adverse outcome pathways for in vitro prediction of liver toxicity
Mathieu Vinken
17.00-17.30The role of mitochondria in cell death and regeneration during acetaminophen hepatotoxicity
Anup Ramachandran
17.30-18.00Increasing complexity of in vitro models for drug-induced nephrotoxicity enhances their predictive value
Silvia Mihaila
HALL – B, SESSION 10
16.00-18.00Conceptual models in immunotoxicology: alternative approaches and computational strategies
16.00-16.30Key characteristics of immunotoxicants: the way forward?
Dori E. Germolec
16.30-17.00In vitro tests addressing immunotoxicity with a focus on immunosuppression
Emanuela Corsini
17.00-17.30Integrated testing strategy for immunotoxicity: the agrochemical example
Marco Corvaro
17.30-18.00The Universal Immune System Simulator: an in silico model to predict the risk associated with exposure to immunotoxicants
Francesco Pappalardo
19.30 –Gala Dinner
05 NOVEMBER 2022 – SATURDAY
HALL – A
09.00-9.45Plenary Lecture
Mutidrug Resistance Protein-4 (Mrp4): A New Member in the Constellation of Factors Contributing to Non-alcoholic Liver Disease and Metabolic Syndrome
José E. Manautou
09.45-10.15Coffee Break
HALL – A, SESSION 11
10.15-12.15The safety of Nanomaterials
10.15-10.45Possible interactions and risks between nanoparticles and chemical pollutants in aquatic environments
Murat Özmen
10.45-11.15Effect of BaSO4 nanoparticles on human lung cells under different culture conditions
Heidi Foth
11.15-11.45Effects of Carbon Nanomaterials on environment
Bertrand Pourrut
11.45-12.15Genotoxicity of engineered nanomaterials: New approaches to hazard and risk assessment
Maria Dusinska
HALL – B, SESSION 12
10.15-12.15Lipids in health and diseases
10.15-10.45Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Cholesterol Metabolism in Brain
William Griffiths
10.45-11.15Sterol markers of cholesterol and bile acid metabolism
Dieter Luetjohann
11.15-11.45Involvement of Oxysterols in Aged-Related Diseases : Induction of Oxidative Stress, Mitochondrial and Peroxisomal Dysfunctions and Prevention by Oils and Nutrients Associated with The Mediterranean Diet
Gerard Lizard
11.45-12.15Sphingolipid metabolism in toxicological exposures
Suna Sabuncuoglu
12.15Closing Remarks

11th International Congress of the Turkish Society of Toxicology


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