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The goal of Toxicology conferences is to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, and research scholars from around the world to exchange and share their experiences and research findings on all aspects of toxicology and environmental health sciences. It also serves as a leading interdisciplinary forum for academics, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent developments, trends, and concerns in the domains of toxicology and environmental health sciences, as well as practical difficulties faced and solutions taken.
Toxicology is the study of how toxic drugs affect humans, animals, and other living things. Risk assessment is one component of toxicology that evaluates the possibility of harmful consequences occurring under various chemical exposure situations. Toxicology is a field that combines biology and chemistry, as well as physical and computational sciences, to provide a wide range of career options. Toxicology combines the thrills of science and research with a commitment to the health of present and future generations.
Toxicogenomics is a branch of medicine that deals with the gathering, interpretation, and storing of information concerning issue-related chemical activity in a specific cell or tissue of an organism in response to exposure to harmful substances. Toxicogenomics brings together material medicine and bioscience, as well as a variety of high-throughput molecular identification tools such as transcriptomics, biology, and metabolomics. Toxicogenomics aims to decipher the molecular mechanisms that have evolved within the manifestation of toxicity, as well as to create molecular expression patterns (i.e., biological diagnostics) that can be used to forecast toxicity or its genetic status.
Applied toxicology is the study of the fate and impact of chemicals in the environment, including dangerous compounds that are naturally found in the environment . Ecologic toxicology is commonly associated with the investigation of anthropogenic-derived environmental toxins. Environmental toxicology is divided into two types: health and environment toxicology and environmental toxicology. The chemicals breakdown is greatly aided by both biotic and abiotic processes. Micro - organisms are responsible for biotic degradation, while hydrolysis and photolysis are responsible for abiotic destruction.
Toxicology is an interdisciplinary science that has grown and progressed by combining information from several fields. It incorporates knowledge and methodologies from a variety of basic sciences, including medicine, epidemiology, pharmacology, and even some engineering disciplines.
Toxicological research encompasses detecting, identifying, and quantifying dangers resulting from human exposure to chemicals (smoke, food, and the workplace), public health aspects of toxic substances in the environment and testing of novel pharmaceutical products. Toxicologists are also involved in the establishment of standards and regulations to protect the environment and human health from chemical toxicants' harmful effects. Toxicology gives essential information to medicine and epidemiology through human monitoring studies. It contributes to a better knowledge of disease genesis, such as cancer, as well as the plausibility of the causal relationship between disease development and hazard agent exposure.
Chemicals are necessary for us to maintain our high standard of living. Toxicologists face a difficult task in ensuring that products or by-products of modern living do not threaten human health or the environment. Individuals who pursue a profession in toxicology can contribute to solving major problems such as protecting public health and the environment.
Current Research Trends in Toxicology:
Toxicology is the study of how chemicals affect the health of animals, including humans. Understanding toxicity mechanisms and assessing toxin data for prediction will aid in improving human working methods and lifestyles. Chemicals and metals with major toxic effects should be tested in several animal models for toxicity. The goal of the American Journal of BioScience, which has an international reach, is to publish scientific articles in a timely manner using rigorous peer review procedures. Original research papers on functional and structural aspects of toxicity are accepted for this special issue on Recent Trends in Experimental Toxicology.
This apart from original scientific articles, extensive in-depth evaluations and mini-reviews on various topics of experimental toxicity are also encouraged. Goals and Objectives
In the following specialized domains, contributions in the form of original research papers, thorough reviews, or mini-reviews are invited:
1. Toxicology in animals
2. Toxicology in humans
3. Toxicology in the environment
From USD 20.17 billion in 2020, the global in vitro toxicity testing market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 15.1 percent to USD 27.36 billion by 2022. Assays, reagents & lab ware, and services are all products in this sector. Systemic toxicity, dermal toxicity, carcinogenicity, ocular toxicity, skin sensitization & irritation, genotoxicity, neurotoxicity, and organ toxicity are the market segments based on toxicity endpoints and tests. In 2017, the in vitro toxicology testing toxicity endpoints & tests market will be dominated by the systemic toxicity segment.
The world market for environmental testing, also known as ecotoxicity testing, is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 8.3 percent to $20.80 billion in 2022. This increase indicates that environmental toxicology research will be a growing field with a promising future and a lucrative business The United States of America leads the Global Market in Toxicology and Environmental Analysis, followed by Europe.
Europe is the market leader in toxicological testing, which also includes environmental testing and risk assessment. This is due to the fact that Europe is home to a variety of societies. EUROTOX, ECETOC, BPS, French Toxicology Society, European Association of Poison Centres and Clinical Toxicologists, and others are well-known.
The lots of universities in Europe that offer courses in environmental studies and toxicology is substantial, particularly in Germany and France, which are ranked second and third, respectively, behind the United States. This indicates that environmental studies and toxicology study is more popular among academics and students in the United States and Europe.
Toxicology Societies and Associations:
· British Toxicology Society Annual Congress
· BTS: British Toxicology Society
· Bulgarian Toxicological Society
· California Association of Toxicologists
· Cameroon Society for Toxicological Sciences
· Chinese Society of Toxicology
· Colombia Society of Toxicology
· Croation Toxicological Society
· EAPCCT-The European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists
· Ecetoc - European Centre for Ecotoxicology and Toxicology of Chemicals
· ECETOC-European Centre for Ecotoxicology and Toxicology of Chemicals
· Egyptian Society of Toxicology
· ESTIV: European Society of Toxicology In Vitro
· ESTIV-European Society of Toxicology In Vitro
· Estonian Society of Toxicology
· European Association of Poison Centres and Clinical Toxicologists
· Eurotox: Federation of European Toxicologists & European Societies of Toxicology
· FACTA– Forensic and Clinical Toxicology Association
· Finnish Society of Toxicology
· Academy of Toxicological Sciences
· American Academy of Clinical Toxicology
· American College of Medical Toxicology
· American College of Toxicology
· Argentine Toxicological Association
· ASE - Australasian Society for Ecotoxicology
· Asia Pacific Association of Medical Toxicology
· ASIATOX: The Asian Society of Toxicology
· Association of Comparative and Environmental Toxicology
· Association of Forensic Toxicologists
· Association of Toxicology, India
· Abertay University
· Adelphi University
· Adler University
· Al Akhawayn University
· Alexander College
· Alliant International University
· Alma College
· Alpha College
· Altinbas University
· Alytaus Kolegija University of Applied Sciences
· AMD Akademie Mode & Design
· AMBIS University
· Auburn University at Montgomery
· Auckland University of Technology
· Baylor University
· Berkeley City College
· Brescia University College
· Buckinghamshire New University
· California State University, East Bay
· Ca' Foscari University of Venice
· California State University, Long Beach
· California State University, Monterey Bay
· Cambria College
· Campbellsville University
· Canada College
· Canada College Vancouver
· CEU Universidad Cardenal Herrera
· Central Michigan University
· CIS - The College For International Studies
· City, University of London
· Digital College
· Diablo Valley College
· Davis College
· DePaul University
· Dallas Baptist University
· CY Tech
· Cumberland College
· Cuesta College
· Eastern New Mexico University
· Erasmus University of Rotterdam