JSOT2020 Online Meeting
One toxicology: all toxicological Intelligence for one health
June 29 - July 1
The 47th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Toxicology will be held as virtual meeting. It will be a great opportunity to further advance internationalization, which is coincidentally promoted by holding a virtually borderless meeting. The theme of this year's event is 'One Toxicology'.
The concept of “one toxicology” was proposed by Dr. Val Beasley in 2009, and it involves integrating medicine, veterinary medicine, and environmental toxicology in order to achieve “one health.” The concept can be seen as necessary to protect health of the entire “living” environment, including humans and animals, while decreasing the risks from developing new technologies. All toxicological knowledge must be merged at every level, from the individual to the cellular and molecular levels, from in vivo to in vitro and in silico toxicology, and from epidemiological and clinical studies to nonclinical studies. The concept is now being recognized in which various research fields converge because of the development of new technologies that cross academic- and technological fields.
Check out our virtual seminars and online booth:
'Developing high-throughput Organ-on-a-Chip tissue models for drug discovery and unlocking their full potential using high-content imaging'
Monday, June 29, 13:10 - 14:10 JST
Presented by Chiwan Chiang (MIMETAS) & Mitsunari Yamaguchi (Molecular Devices)
'Physiologically relevant tissue models for drug discovery and safety evaluations'
Tuesday, June 30, 13:00 - 14:00 JST
Presented by Remko van Vught (MIMETAS)
Learn more about Organ-on-a-Chip applications for drug discovery and safety evaluations. Meet us every conference day from 15:00 - 17:00 JST (June 30 - July 1).