We were delighted announce that Lhasa Principal Scientist, Alun Myden presented our award winning paper ‘Using adverse outcome pathways to contextualise (Q)SAR predictions for reproductive toxicity – A case study with aromatase inhibition’, at the 51st Annual meeting of the ETS conference.
The award winning-paper, co-authored by Senior Scientist, Emma White and Head of Toxicology, Adrian Fowkes, explores how adverse outcome pathways (AOPs) can support the development and application of (quantitative) structure-activity relationship ((Q)SAR) models for reproductive toxicology.
Lhasa Scientist Jade Jones, presented a poster and Senior Application Scientist, Toni Rogers attended.
The 2023 event took place in Madrid, Spain. The European Teratology Society conference brings together like minded members of the scientific community to engage in key discussions about prevention of adverse effects on reproduction and development.
Read the publication in full on our website.