7 - 10 June 2021
The International Workshop on (Quantitative) Structure-Activity Relationships in Environmental and Health Sciences took place as a virtual event in June 2021. Dr. Adrian Fowkes and Dr. David Ponting presented posters at this event.
Adrian's poster discusses leveraging data from multiple sources to build QSARs through curation and federated learning in Effiris.
David presented two posters, the first titled "Is the bacterial reverse mutation assay an accurate predictor for N-nitrosamine carcinogenicity?". This poster focuses on Lhasa’s use of extensive data curated in Vitic to investigate claims in older literature that the Ames test may not be adequate for nitrosamine carcinogenicity. This poster concludes that the Ames test is adequate and recommends conditions that have been observed to lead to accurate predictions. David’s second poster, titled "Addressing the global challenge of N-nitrosamine impurity assessment", focuses on scientific developments about nitrosamines and summarises the current state of these changes.
All presented posters are available at the bottom of this page.
Headline Event (shown first above featured)
- Predicting N-Nitrosamine Activity from SAR
- QSAR 2021 - leveraging data from multiple sources to build QSARs through curation and federated learning in Effiris.
- QSAR 2021 Addressing the global challenge of N-nitrosamine impurity assessment
- QSAR 2021 Is the bacterial reverse mutation assay an accurate predictor for N-nitrosamine carcinogenicity