Big Data Session 2: Aug. 18, 2021

Big Data in Environmental Science and Toxicology is a 2021 seminar series from the Texas A&M Superfund Research Center (heading image with abstract networking graphic and hands on a laptop)
Antony Williams
Antony Williams

Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2021 | 1:00–3:00 p.m. (Central US Time)
Antony Williams—US Environmental Protection Agency  

Zoom Details: Will be emailed to registrants on the morning of the session

NEW APPROACH METHODS”—WHAT IS THAT? 

  • An introduction to New Approach Methods
    • What’s a NAM?
      • In silico – QSAR and read-across
      • In vitro assays
      • In vitro  toxicokinetics
      • Computer modeling
  • Short introduction to QSAR model data in the Dashboard
    • TEST predictions
    • OPERA predictions
    • Calculation reports
    • Realtime prediction
  • An introduction to ToxCast and Tox21
  • An overview of assay endpoints and biology
  • What can be done using ToxCast in vitro data?
    • Bioactivity for weight-of-evidence and biological questions
    • Screening level endocrine bioactivity assessment
  • High throughput toxicokinetics
  • IVIVE high-throughput toxicokinetic data and models
  • Bioactivity-Exposure Ratio
  • Short introduction only to Exposure Modeling (this will be a separate session with Caroline Ring)

Post about the series on social media and use this hashtag!
#TAMUSuperfundBigData2021