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16th Global Summit on Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, will be organized around the theme “Designing toxicological studies for safer and efficacious therapeutic agents”

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The connected discipline of toxicology includes the study of the nature and mechanisms of deleterious effects of chemicals on living beings. The study of toxicology as a distinct, yet related, discipline to pharmacology highlights the emphasis of toxicologists in formulating measures aimed at protective public health against exposures associated with toxic materials in food, air and water, as well as hazards that may be related with drugs. The word “pharmacology” itself comes from the Greek word. Pharmacology not only includes the sighting of drugs, but also the study of their biochemical properties, mechanisms of action, uses and biological effects.

  • Track 1-1Analytical toxicology
  • Track 1-2Neurotoxicology
  • Track 1-3Nanotoxicology
  • Track 1-4Plant toxicology
  • Track 1-5Mechanistic toxicology
  • Track 1-6Clinical pharmacology
  • Track 1-7Behavioural pharmacology
  • Track 1-8Neuropharmacology
  • Track 1-9Psychopharmacology
  • Track 1-10Systems pharmacology
  • Track 1-11Regulatory toxicology
  • Track 1-12Computational toxicology

Clinical toxicology is absorbed on the diseases related with short-term and long-term disclosure to numerous toxic substances. It typically overlaps with other disciplines such as biochemistry, pharmacology, and pathology. Persons who specify in clinical toxicology are referred to as clinical toxicologists. Their work emphases around the identification, analysis, and treatment of conditions resulting from disclosure to harmful agents. They regularly study the toxic effects of numerous drugs in the body, and are also apprehensive with the treatment and prevention of drug toxicity in the population.

  • Track 2-1Clinical assessment
  • Track 2-2Pre-Clinical toxicology studies
  • Track 2-3Drug reactions
  • Track 2-4Human clinical toxicology
  • Track 2-5Veterinary toxicology

Protection of any live non-human vertebrate drifting animals of a tame species shall not be used in processes. The take care of animals used in processes, including management, shall have had suitable education and preparation. Experimental Toxicology widely covers all features of experimental and clinical studies of functional, biochemical and structural disorder. 

  • Track 3-1Acute inhalation toxicity
  • Track 3-2In vitro toxicity
  • Track 3-3In vivo toxicity
  • Track 3-4Acute oral toxicity

Applied Toxicology deals with the fundamentals in toxicology and risk assessment, including the most important databases. The topics related to Applied Toxicology are Medicinal Chemistry, Biochemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Pharmacology, Pharmacodynamics, Pharmacokinetics and Instrumental Chemistry. Toxicology is the study of the toxic substances which are poisons and their risky effects on biological systems. Drugs are medicines for diseases but can also have unsafe effects prominent to toxicity and deadly injuries

  • Track 4-1Pharmacokinetics and Metabolism
  • Track 4-2Pharmacogenetics
  • Track 4-3Dermal toxicology
  • Track 4-4Biomarkers
  • Track 4-5Systems toxicology
  • Track 4-6Endocrine disruptors

Molecular toxicology, the use of sub-atomic science standards and advancements to preclinical wellbeing appraisal, speaks to a key apparatus for comprehension systems of danger and surveying the dangers connected with toxicities. The utilization of quality expression markers to early stage preclinical security evaluation can possibly affect pipelines in two fundamental zones: lead improvement and issue administration.

  • Track 5-1Cellular toxicology
  • Track 5-2Biochemical toxicology
  • Track 5-3Biotransformation of chemicals
  • Track 5-4Mechanisms of renal toxicity
  • Track 5-5Systems Toxicity

Systems toxicity is an example shift from experiential endpoints to modes of action and adverse outcome pathways.  A systems toxicology approach will allow the virtual experiments to be lead which can improve the prediction of hazard and the assessment of compound toxicity. Systems Toxicology is the integration of classical toxicology with quantitative analysis where the large networks of molecular and functional changes occurs across the multiple levels of biological organization.

  • Track 6-1Toxicant
  • Track 6-2Modes of toxic action
  • Track 6-3Resultant toxicity
  • Track 6-4Detoxication

Genetic toxicology is of the toxic effects of harm to deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). Genetic info, programmed chemically in DNA, is conserved, simulated and transmitted to consecutive generations with high reliability. Damage to DNA can happen through usual biological procedure or as the result of contact of DNA, directly or indirectly, with biochemical, physical or agents. Genetic toxicology over the years has been to examine mechanisms of inheritance by providing tools to study DNA and RNA structure, DNA repair and the role of mutation at both the individual and population levels

  • Track 7-1Genotoxic Impurities
  • Track 7-2Mutagenicity
  • Track 7-3Heritable mutations
  • Track 7-4Mutations
  • Track 7-5Genotoxicity
  • Track 7-6Stem cells

The gathering of antimicrobial drugs and their metabolic by-products in organs can be poisonous, leading to organ injury. Toxicity is the degree to which a material can harm an organism. Toxicity can mention to the effect on an entire organism and the result on a substructure of the creature such as organ which may effect on any organ of the human being organ or tissue in the human body can be affected by antimicrobial toxicity

  • Track 8-1Neurotoxicity
  • Track 8-2Acute systemic toxicity
  • Track 8-3Human toxicity
  • Track 8-4Cytotoxicity
  • Track 8-5Hepatotoxicity
  • Track 8-6Respiratory toxicology

There has been key rise in toxicology testing in food industry. The food industry has continually made improvement in safety testing methods, particularly focusing on microbial contaminants. The quickly rising use of food additives, food contact substance development, and varying weather conditions has amplified the necessity to explore the use of high-throughput chemical toxicology testing approaches for food safety as they are dangerous.

  • Track 9-1Food science and technology
  • Track 9-2Food safety and quality
  • Track 9-3Nutrition toxicology
  • Track 9-4Food physical chemistry

Risk assessment is a methodical investigation of an assignment, job or procedure that we carry out at work for the persistence of classifying the important risks that are present. Risk assessments are very significant as they form an essential part of a virtuous occupational health and safety management strategy. They help to make consciousness of exposures and risks. Identify them who may be at risk. The identification, assessment, and valuation of the levels of risks complicated in a situation, their assessment against standards, and determination of an acceptable level of risk

  • Track 10-1Risk Management
  • Track 10-2Hazard identification
  • Track 10-3Exposure assessment
  • Track 10-4Risk characterization
  • Track 10-5Risk analysis

Environmental Toxicology is the investigation of effects of contaminations on the structure and capacity of biological communities. It does exclude the regular poisons, additionally the synthetic chemicals and their impact on the earth. It relies on upon the impacts of the toxicants on the organic chemistry and physiology. The principle motivation behind the natural toxicology is to recognize the mode/site of the activity of a xenobiotic. It additionally incorporate how the chemicals travel through biological systems and how they are consumed and metabolized by plants and creatures, the instruments by which they cause illness, result in inherent deformities, or toxin living beings

  • Track 11-1Ecotoxicology
  • Track 11-2Entomotoxicology
  • Track 11-3Phytotoxicology
  • Track 11-4Aquatic toxicology
  • Track 11-5Occupational toxicity
  • Track 11-6Toxic chemical management

Immunotoxicology offers a critical assessment of planned experimental animal models and methods, and discusses the influence that immunotoxicity can make to the overall valuation of chemical-induced adverse health effects on individuals and the ecosystem. Animal models of autoimmunity associated with chemical exposure, includes recommendations for the selection of sentinel species in ecotoxicology

  • Track 12-1Immunotoxicity
  • Track 12-2Immunology
  • Track 12-3Immune disorders
  • Track 12-4Immunotoxicological assessment

Toxicity is key to evaluate potential dangers to people through the intense, sub endless, and interminable presentation of creatures to pesticides. The more correct sorts of harmfulness that are resolved incorporate cancer-causing nature; developing incorporating teratogenicity in regenerative danger and neurotoxicity the degree of metabolite testing required relies on upon the level of conceivable poisonous quality and ecological steadiness of the metabolite. A toxicity test, by augmentation, is intended to create information in regards to the antagonisticimpacts of a material on human or creature wellbeing, or the earth.

  • Track 13-1Acute toxicity
  • Track 13-2Chronic toxicity
  • Track 13-3Developmental toxicity
  • Track 13-4Carcinogenicity
  • Track 13-5Teratogenicity

Applied Pharmacology is the clinical utilizations of the medications and its use in genuine medicinal practice. Where in this it lets the doctors to extend his realities of the medication the approach it would really work in the medicinal science. It is the utilization of the medications and how the pharmacological activities or data could be connected to the therapeutics. Additionally to give clarification to various medications having associated with the pharmacological activity. It Provides elucidations about medication collaborations and to clear up the activity of different medications on the numerous organs in the body when they are sick state with symptoms disagreements

  • Track 14-1Cardiovascular pharmacology
  • Track 14-2Geriatric pharmacology
  • Track 14-3Molecular and cellular pharmacology
  • Track 14-4Respiratory pharmacology
  • Track 14-5Drug abuse and interaction
  • Track 14-6Drug interactions
  • Track 14-7Nursing Pharmacology

Toxicological pathology integrates the disciplines of toxicology and pathology. In the early days of toxicological pathology, pathologists often worked independently. Their evaluations of chemical-induced changes were limited to morphologic observations made at necropsy and during microscopic examination of tissue sections. As toxicological pathology data became a major component of risk assessment, toxicological pathologists needed a knowledge base beyond understanding morphologic changes in tissues. Toxicological pathology continues to evolve and the skills of the toxicological pathologist are keeping pace with this evolution. The result is high-quality and timely data that contributes to more informed decisions for clinical programs and regulations and ultimately leads to improvement of human, animal, and environmental health.

  • Track 15-1In Vitro pathophysiologic mechanisms
  • Track 15-2In Vivo pathophysiologic mechanisms
  • Track 15-3Experimental and toxicologic pathology

Forensic toxicologist deal with substances in the body that may have contributed to the crime, such as: *Alcohol *Illegal or prescription drugs *Other chemicals *Poisons *Metals *Gases *Carbon monoxide &  other toxic or lethal substances. Forensic toxicologists also work on cases involving environmental contamination, to determine the impact of chemical spills on nearby populations. The analysis of illicit drugs is a challenge faced by forensics and toxicology laboratories. Confident drug metabolite identification of small molecules is the key to successful crime scene investigations. This session will address all such cases of toxicology involved forensic sciences

  • Track 16-1Analytical Chemistry
  • Track 16-2Radiation
  • Track 16-3Substances of abuse
  • Track 16-4Forensic drug testing