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23rd European Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology , will be organized around the theme “Novel Discoveries in Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology”
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Toxicology deals with living structures regarding the associations of chemicals. It is in addition the examination of the various business undertakings and regulatory workplaces which are incorporated with in and control of sustenance added substances to those included with the use and improvement of hazardous chemicals. Toxicology is fundamentally stressed with the Identification of malignant administrators and for the clearing of the toxins which has its impact on human life;. General Toxicology explains about pharmaceutics, creation; agrochemical and customer thing management Toxicology is the key field of science which gives us the information about disastrous substances and degrading which can achieve distinctive sicknesses in people.
- Track 1-1Clinical toxicology
- Track 1-2 Predictive toxicology
- Track 1-3 Systemic toxicology
- Track 1-4Neurotoxicology and teratology
- Track 1-5 Organ toxicity
- Track 1-6Comprehensive toxicology
- Track 1-7 Drug and chemical toxicology
- Track 1-8Pediatric toxicology
- Track 1-9 Geriatric toxicology
- Track 1-10Immune toxicology
Pharmacology is the science of investigating the effects of drugs on certain structures. It precisely describes the knowledge of the prescriptions' bases, substance resources, typical impacts, and medicinal enterprises. It is a science that is essential to seriousness as well as a variety of professions like as pharmacy, nursing, dentistry, and veterinary medicine. Toxicology has been defined as the study of the negative consequences of xenobiotics, which is a developing discipline derived from old poisons. on the front lines Toxicology examines subatomic physics in addition to the argumentative consequences.
- Track 2-1Molecular and cellular pharmacology
- Track 2-2 Nanomedicine in pharmacology
- Track 2-3 Pharmacological testing
- Track 2-4 Behavioral pharmacology
- Track 2-5Clinical application of systems pharmacology models
Medical Toxicology is a field of medicine dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of poisoned and envenomed patients. This also includes adverse health effects of medications, occupational and environmental toxins, and biological agents.Medical Toxicologists are involved in the care of people who come into contact with drugs, substances or other agents causing potentially adverse health effects. This entails expertise in many areas, such as:Therapeutic drugs including antidepressants,
Cardiac medications and many others;Over-the-counter medicines;Drugs of abuse
- Track 3-1 Antidepressants
- Track 3-2 Ingestion of food-borne toxins
- Track 3-3Marine toxins
- Track 3-4Snake, scorpion and spider envenomation
- Track 3-5Toxic alcohols
- Track 3-6Toxic gases
- Track 3-7 Household products
- Track 3-8Heavy metals
- Track 3-9Pesticides
- Track 3-10Drugs of abuse
- Track 3-11Over-the-counter medicines
- Track 3-12Cardiac medications
- Track 3-13Ingestion of toxic plants
- Track 4-1 Genotoxic drugs
- Track 4-2 Genotoxicity testing
- Track 4-3 In-vitro and in-vivo testing
- Track 4-4 Pharmacogenetics & pharmacogenomics
- Track 4-5 Genotoxicity and mutagenicity
Neurotoxin is a poisonous substance that damages tissues within the central nervous system; produced by certain bacteria or by the cellular deterioration of some bacteria. Other naturally occurring neurotoxins are present in the venom of some snakes, the spines of particular shells, or the skin of a shellfish or fish.Many drugs and chemicals are also neurotoxic. Neurotoxicology is the study of these agents.
- Track 5-1chemotherapy
- Track 5-2Drug therapies
- Track 5-3 Heavy metals
- Track 5-4Foods and food additives
- Track 5-5 Industrial or Cleaning solvents
- Track 5-6 Cosmetics
Clinical toxicology is a subspecialty of toxicology dealing with the bedside management of poisoned patients, including definitive toxicological diagnosis, assessment of immediate severity and long-term prognosis, and selection of treatments including antidotes. Knowledge of potential drug and chemical hazards allows a clinical toxicologist to participate in the preparedness for and prevention of chemical intoxications. Toxicants are a major cause of clinical disease. Therefore, clinical toxicology is part of internal medicine, strongly benefiting from other medical specialties. Clinical toxicology requires having a strong basis in pharmacology.
- Track 6-1Principles and Mechanisms
- Track 6-2Unintentional and intentional overdoses
- Track 6-3 Exposure to industrial chemical and Environmental hazards
- Track 6-4 Drug abuse
- Track 6-5 Diagnosis and management of exposures
Paediatric Toxicology is a branch of medical specialty which focuses on diagnosis, prevention of toxic substances and other adverse health effects in infants, children and adolescents. The adverse health effects occur due to environmental toxicants and biological agents. Paediatric patients present unique affect in the field of medical toxicology.
- Track 7-1 Accidental poisoning.
- Track 7-2 Deliberate self-poisoning.
- Track 7-3Latrogenic poisoning.
- Track 7-4Deliberate poisoning.
- Track 7-5Gastric Decontamination.
- Track 7-6 Antidotes.
Biomedical Toxicology is the field of biomedical sciences deals with the molecular and biochemical mechanism of action of various chemicals and analysing their harmful effects. It mainly explores the effect of chemicals on biological systems.
- Track 8-1Biomedical wastes
- Track 8-2 Bio Medical Research
- Track 8-3Bio Medical Applications.
Inhalation toxicology refers to the study of the agents which causes toxic effects. Acute inhalation toxicity is the total of adverse effects caused by a substance following a single uninterrupted exposure by inhalation over a short period of time to a substance capable of being inhaled.
- Track 9-1Toxicology Testing and Evaluation
- Track 9-2Respiratory Toxicity
- Track 9-3Toxicological Assessment
- Track 9-4 Animal Test Models
Advanced methods for the safety assessment and identification of poisonous substances have an important role in toxicology. These advanced methods have replaced the usage of living animals in experimental toxicology. In vitro methods have progressed rapidly in identification of toxic compounds.
- Track 10-1Newly existing laboratory methods
- Track 10-2In vitro studies and alternative methodologies
- Track 10-3 Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
- Track 10-4Mathematical modeling and computer programs
- Track 10-5Forensic analyses Risk assessment
- Track 10-6Data collection and analysis
Excitotoxicity is the pathological process by which neurons are damaged. They killed by the over activations of receptors. The excitatory neuro transmitter glutamate, such as the NMDA receptor and AMPA receptor.
Glutamate excitotoxicity is a broad and rapidly evolving field of study with many important nuances that have necessarily been oversimplified or, unfortunately, omitted from this review for the sake of reasonable brevity.
- Track 11-1Glutamate excito toxicity
Environmental Toxicology studies about the destructive effects of various creation, natural and physical authorities on the living creatures. The hazardous effects of the compound administrators pesticides and excrements which can influence an animal and its gathering join various toxic substances from toxins,. It is like manner fuse how the chemicals go through situations and how they are absorbed and metabolized by plants and animals, the instruments by which they cause disorder, result in innate surrenders, or toxin life shapes.
Environmental toxicology deals with the potentially deleterious impact of chemicals, present as pollutants of the environment, to living organisms. It is concerned with the toxic effects of chemical and physical agents on living organisms, especially in populations and communities with defined ecosystems.
Food toxicology studies how natural or synthetic poisons and toxicants in diverse food products cause harmful, detrimental, or adverse side effects in living organisms. Food toxicology is an important consideration as food supply chain is becoming more multinational in origin and any contamination or toxic manifestation may cause serious, wide-spread adverse health effects.
- Track 12-1Food safety and food allergies
- Track 12-2Risk assessment of chemicals in food
- Track 12-3 Environmental and occupational health
- Track 12-4 Particle and fiber toxicology
- Track 12-5 Industrial and metallic toxicology
- Track 12-6 Plant toxicology
- Track 12-7Aquatic Toxicology
- Track 12-8 Food Toxicology
- Track 12-9 Veterinary Toxicology
Application of methodology and standards of toxicology is to prevent adverse health effect from drug candidates. The primary objective of toxicology studies is to evaluate the safety of potential drug candidates in the drug development process. This can be proficient by utilizing important animal models and approved methodology.A definitive objective is to interpret the animal model reactions into a comprehension of the hazard for human subjects. To this end, the toxicologist must know about the international guidelines for safety assessment and additionally traditional and non-traditional toxicology models.
- Track 13-1 Nanotoxicology
- Track 13-2 Innovations in applied toxicology and toxicological sciences
- Track 13-3Emerging in-vitro models for the toxicity studies
- Track 13-4Developmental and reproductive toxicology
- Track 13-5 Application of toxicology in drug development
Toxicology testing, also known as safety assessment, or toxicity testing, is the process of determining the degree to which a substance of interest negatively impacts the normal biological functions of an organism, given a certain exposure duration, route of exposure, and substance concentration.
- Track 14-1In-vitro toxicity testing
- Track 14-2 Toxicity testing in preclinical development
- Track 14-3Toxicity evaluation
- Track 14-4 Toxicological screening methods
- Track 14-5 Experimental toxicology
- Track 14-6Human toxicology
Toxicology and Risk Assessment gives details of a product’s consistency with measures such as health and security and market acknowledgment all over the parts of the product in areas of manufacturing and distributing. Toxicological assessments help in determining if the product poses a potential risk for the toxicological ranges measured. Hence the Toxicology studies are most essential in Product management and Product testing.
- Track 15-1Safety evaluation, risk, and hazard assessment
- Track 15-2 Chemical research in toxicology
- Track 15-3Regulatory toxicology
- Track 15-4Computational toxicology
- Track 15-5Toxicokinetic and Toxicodynamic
In Forensic toxicology a toxicologist is bothered with the dead human, taking a gander at the purpose behind death, using the same method as the clinical toxicologist. The scientific toxicologist is also known as a medico legal analyst. Toxicology focuses on the substance regarding the therapeutic and legal parts of presentation and harmful damage. If one focuses merely on arsenic, the change of bio-symptomatic criminological toxicology is adequately clear. Diagnostic techniques that offer the huge changes in the cautiousness and flexibility were the destiny of approachable and simplistic the availability to the criminological toxicologist.
- Track 16-1 Forensic samples for toxicology testing
- Track 16-2 Forensic toxicology applications
- Track 16-3 Challenges in forensic toxicology
- Track 16-4 Forensic toxicology today
- Track 16-5 Forensic toxicology today
- Track 16-6Post-mortem Forensic Toxicology
Clinical pharmacology is a branch of biomedical science. It includes drug discovery, the study of the effects of drugs on their targets in living systems and their clinical use, as well as the study of biological function related to these chemicals. Clinical pharmacology also connects the gap between medical practice and laboratory science.
- Track 17-1 Clinical pharmacology
- Track 17-2 Biochemical pharmacology
- Track 17-3Neuropharmacology
- Track 17-4 Psychopharmacology
- Track 17-5 Respiratory pharmacology
- Track 17-6Pediatric pharmacology
- Track 17-7 Geriatric pharmacology
The tremendous pharmacological advances witnessed during the last few decades have revolutionize virtually all aspects of modern life, including our understanding of disease. New drugs have contributed significantly to the economic impact of new developments in health care. With recognition that the pace of pharmacological development and acquiring of new knowledge will certainly accelerate in the coming years, let us consider what these advances might hold for Pharmacological advancement, Pharmacology is the branch of biology concerned with the study of drug action, where a drug can be broadly defined as any natural, or endogenous (from within body) molecule which exerts a biochemical and physiological effect on the cell, tissue.
- Track 18-1organ or organism
- Track 18-2Drug Discover
- Track 18-3Drug Discover
- Track 18-4Chrono drug discovery
- Track 18-5Novel Therapies
- Track 18-6Genetic and non-genetic Alterations
Analytical toxicology is the use of the entire range of qualitative and quantitative chemical, immunochemical, and physical techniques used in sample preparation, separation, assay calibration, detection and identification, and quantification for the purposes of toxicological research and testing.
- Track 19-1 Animal testing methods
- Track 19-2Alternative testing methods
- Track 19-3Drug discovery, development, and evaluation
- Track 19-4 In-vitro toxicity testing
- Track 19-5Pre-clinical toxicity testing
Pharmacological tests are used when one wants to evaluate if a substance or plant extract is biologically active. There are many pharmacological tests and each one of them demonstrates various aspects that are important for the understanding of the mechanisms behind illnesses, their causes, and cures.
- Track 20-1 In-vitro and In-vivo models
- Track 20-2Randomized controlled clinical trials
- Track 20-3 Pharmacokinetics
- Track 20-4Pharmacologic stress testing
- Track 20-5Drug reaction testing
The pharmaceutical and Toxicological industry is directly impacted by the research conducted with prescription drugs, vaccines, and OTC drugs being manufactured based on findings from the study of life sciences. Clinical trials are conducted to ensure that products being developed are tested on how well they work on individuals affected by the diseases or conditions they are created to treat.
The role of toxicology in the COVID–19 pandemic known as Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID–19) and previous pandemics have been viewed almost exclusively as virology problems, with toxicology problems mostly being ignored. This perspective is not supported by the evolution of COVID–19, where the impact of real-life exposures to multiple toxic stressors degrading the immune system is followed by the SARS–COV–2 virus exploiting the dysfunctional immune system to trigger a chain of events ultimately leading to COVID–19. This immune system degradation from multiple toxic stressors (chemical, physical, biological, psychosocial stressors) means that attribution of serious consequences from COVID–19 should be made to the virus-toxic stressors nexus.
- Track 22-1Anti-biotics used in covid -19
- Track 22-2Immune system dysfunction in pandemics
- Track 22-3Immune system toxicology
- Track 22-4Vaccine toxicology
- Track 22-5Treatments for COVID–19
- Track 22-6Medical Toxicology and COVID-19
- Track 22-7Computational tools and In silico models
- Track 22-8Covid-19 and nutraceutical therapies
- Track 22-9Clinical Trails and Pharmacovigilance
Organ toxins are chemicals that can cause adverse effects or disease states manifested in specific organs of the body. Toxins do not affect all organs in the body to the same extent due to their different cell structures. The accumulation of antimicrobial drugs and their metabolic by products in organs can be toxic, leading to organ damage. Antimicrobial drugs can have unintended side effects, including being toxic to organs.The liver and kidney are particularly susceptible to organ toxicity as they are the sites of toxin filtration and toxin metabolic breakdown.
- Track 23-1Hepatotoxicity
- Track 23-2Nephrotoxicity
- Track 23-3Hematotoxicity
- Track 23-4Ocular toxicity
- Track 23-5Dermal toxicity
- Track 23-6Reproductive system toxicity
Pharmacy is the science and drug storing system of arranging and allocating drugs. Compounding and apportioning drugs, Drug specialists, are the most routine parts in scope of drug hence, are the pros on medicating treatment and are the basic well-being specialists who optimize the patients for utilizing the advantage of pharmaceutical. Pharmaceutical Innovation is the sway of drug store that allot with the method of turning a Dynamic Pharmaceutical Fixing into a medicine to be utilized by patients. It elaborates designs, strategies, instrumented within the arrangement, fabricating, compounding, bundling, apportioning, amassing of opiate and other preparations used for the treatment of patient.in determination and symptomatic e strategies within the Hospital Pharmacy
- Track 24-1Clinical Pharmacy
- Track 24-2Ambulatory Care Pharmacy
- Track 24-3Military Pharmacy
- Track 24-4Pharmacy Informatics
The primary objective of toxicology studies in the drug development process is to evaluate the safety of potential drug candidates. This is accomplished using relevant animal models and validated procedures. The ultimate goal is to translate the animal model responses into an understanding of the risk for human subjects. To this end, the toxicologist must be aware of the international guidelines for safety evaluation, as well as traditional and non-traditional toxicology models.
- Track 25-1Pre-clinical trials |Animal methods
- Track 25-2Clinical Trials
- Track 25-3In vitro-studies
- Track 25-4In vivo studies
- Track 25-5Pharmacovigilance
Biochemical toxicology deals with the processes that occur at the cellular and molecular levels when toxic chemicals interact with living organism. Defining these interactions is fundamental to our understanding of toxic effects, both acute and chronic, and is essential for the development of new therapies, for the determination of toxic hazard and for the development of new clinical drugs for medicine and biocides for agriculture. On the other hand molecular toxicology is a field concerned with the various chemicals effect on living organism.
Molecular toxicology is a field concerned with the effects of various chemical components on living organism. Careers in molecular toxicology can include the applied fields of biotechnology and pharmaceuticals and academic research. Biochemical toxicology is the field which deals with the research on the enzymes and enzyme substrates that are drugs in the area of drug metabolism.
- Track 26-1Biochemical toxicology
- Track 26-2Cellular Toxicology
- Track 26-3Molecular Toxicology
- Track 26-4Proteomics and Metabolomics
- Track 26-5Bioinformatics