Next month, join Instem at EUROTOX 2023 in Ljubljana1.  For the first time ever, the Slovenian Society of Toxicology will have the honour of hosting a EUROTOX Congress, an event for toxicologists not only working within Europe, but also from all over the world. EUROTOX 2023 will take place from 10 to 13 September with an aim of: multidisciplinary science leading to safer and sustainable life. Contributing to this aim, on Tuesday, 12 September, 12:00 (CEST), Room: Urška 2, Instem’s Frances Hall, PhD & Brenda Finney, PhD will be leading the session:

From Safety Testing to Success: ICH S1B Weight of Evidence and the Power of Data Sharing  

In the session we will discuss how data sharing and data-based dossiers are inspiring innovation and propelling progress. In line with the 3Rs principles and the universal emphasis on in silico approaches, we will discuss two examples of how Instem is harnessing data for inspiring acceleration and driving transformative breakthroughs within pharma R&D.  

  1. Centrus®, Instem’s pioneering translational science solution suite for pharmaceutical R&D facilitates data sharing, warehousing and review with access to cutting-edge technologies, which drives critical insights from early discovery to post marketing of drugs.  
  1. Advance™, ICH S1B: New Approaches in the Carcinogenicity Assessment of Pharmaceuticals. A review of the recent guideline enabling the removal of the two-year rat carcinogenicity study by the execution of a Weight of Evidence document. With real-life case studies and updates from a collaborative international working group.   

During the congress, please visit Instem at Booth 49.  We look forward to connecting with you!  

Please feel free to contact us if you’d like to discuss or would like any of the material from this conference. Brenda Finney, PhD, Vice President of In Silico & Translational Science Solutions, Frances Hall, PhD, Senior Director for In Silico & Translational Science Solutions 



Published by Glenn Myatt

Glenn J. Myatt is the co-founder of Leadscope and currently Senior Vice President, In Silico & Translational Science Solutions at Instem with over 30 years’ experience in computational chemistry/toxicology. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computing, a Master of Science degree in Artificial Intelligence and a Ph.D. in Chemoinformatics. He has published 37 papers, 11 book chapters and three books.