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Good Read-Across Practice (GRAP) Guidance Workshop

March 1, 2016
10am - 4pm
US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
Wiley Building 1A003 CFSAN Auditorium
5100 Paint Branch Parkway 
College Park, MD 20740

Co-hosted by the US Food and Drug Administration Center for Food Safety and Advanced Nutrition (FDA-CFSAN) and the Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT) at Johns Hopkins and the University of Konstanz. 

Co-organized by American Chemistry Council, ASCCT, Cefic LRI, EU-Tox Risk, HTPC, Humane Society International, NIH, UL, and Johns Hopkins University.

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Event flyer now available (PDF)

Registration is now closed. You are welcome to attend via webinar (information below), or you can still attend in person, but if you have not pre-registered, you will not receive a lunch.

Webcast Information:

If you are dialing in from outside of the USA, please email Jamie DeRita for your contury specific code.
Meeting number: 741 253 232    
Meeting password: 1234    

Draft Agenda

March 1, 2016
10 am - 4 pm

Welcome and Introduction
Kristi Jacobs, US Food and Drug Administration

Good Read-Across Practice: State-of-the-Art, Available Tools and Analysis of REACH Submissions
Mark Cronin, Liverpool John Moores University

Boosting the Use of Read-Across
Thomas Hartung, Johns Hopkins University

ToxTrack—Making the Publicly Available Safety Data for 9,801 Substances Registered Under REACH from 2008-2014 Available for Read-Across
Tom Luechtefeld, Johns Hopkins University

CEFIC’s AMBIT Chemoinformatic System to Support Read-Across & Category Formation
Mark Cronin, Liverpool John Moores University

Supporting Read-Across Using Biological Data
Hao Zhu, Rutgers University

BioActivity-Based Read-Across (BaBRA) Using ToxCast Data
Nicole Kleinstreuer, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

Building Scientific Confidence in the Development and Evaluation of Read-Across for Regulatory Purposes Using Tox21 Approaches
Grace Patlewicz, US Environmental Protection Agency

Using Biological Information to Reduce Uncertainty in Read-Across
Craig Rowlands, Dow Chemical

Organizing committee:
Nick Ball, Mark T. Cronin, Jie Shen, Moyinoluwa D. Adenuga, Daniel Bagley, Karen Blackburn, Ewan D. Booth, Mounir Bouhifd, Beth Donley, Laura Egnash, Suzie Fotzpatrick, James J. Freeman, Charles Hastings, Kristi Jacobs, Daland R. Juberg, Andre Kleensang, Nicole Kleinstreuer, Thomas Luechtefeld, Alexandra Maertens, Sue Marty, Jorge M. Naciff, Jessica Palmer, David Pamies, Mike Penman, A. Richarz, Dan Russo, David Steup, Sharon B. Stuard, Grace Tier, Bennard van Ravenzwaay, Shengde Wu, Hao Zhu, and Thomas Hartung 

Questions? Please contact Jamie DeRita.