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11th International Congress on Toxicology and Risk Management, will be organized around the theme “Canvassing New Innovations with the Depictive Version of Toxicology Study”

Global Toxicology 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Global Toxicology 2017

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Food safety is an area concerned with handling, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent food borne illness. The food and drug toxicology is engaged in involving food safety, drug toxicity and safety, nutritional management of chronic illnesses, preclinical toxicology of drug components, biotech products developed indigenously. Biochemical food safety is the most important study of bioactive components in food.

  • Track 1-1Biochemical and nutritional toxicology
  • Track 1-2Biotransformation
  • Track 1-3Antimutagenic and anticarcinogenic compounds
  • Track 1-4Heavy metals in food
  • Track 1-5Toxin food additives
  • Track 1-6Pesticide residues in foods
  • Track 1-7Toxic food contaminants from industrial wastes
  • Track 1-8Fungal toxins occurring in foods
  • Track 1-9Natural toxins in plant food stuffs

Poisoning is an adverse effect of a chemical compound when it is in excessive amount. The body is able to accept or it clears the dose of drug. Clinical toxicology is one of the most important branches of toxicology and deals with the study of the side effects caused by agents such as drugs, chemicals in the living systems. It also deals with the extent and analysis of drug concentrations and other toxic substances in biological fluids. It has applications in few other fields like molecular biology, pharmacology, biochemistry, pathology, etc.

  • Track 2-1Cutaneous toxicity
  • Track 2-2Biochemistry
  • Track 2-3Automatism toxicology
  • Track 2-4Epidemiology and clinical toxicology
  • Track 2-5Excitotoxicity
  • Track 2-6Drug delivery systems
  • Track 2-7Drug design
  • Track 2-8Drug stability
  • Track 2-9Clinical stabilization
  • Track 2-10Toxicogenomics and systems toxicology
  • Track 2-11Drug delivery systems

Experimental toxicology results in more number of drug reactions which we come across during practical session. The animals which are used in experimental purpose are given at different doses to know the drugs bioavailability, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and their functions on various temperatures. The in vivo and in vitro are the two major studies which help in practical study.

 

  • Track 3-1In vitro toxicology
  • Track 3-2Avian toxicity studies
  • Track 3-3Biological degradation studies
  • Track 3-4Reproductive toxicity Studies
  • Track 3-5Drug-Induced toxicity
  • Track 3-6Toxicity testing
  • Track 3-7In vivo imaging
  • Track 3-8Emerging in vitro models
  • Track 3-9In vivo toxicology
  • Track 3-10Aquatic studies

The identified effects of the chemical agents which include several toxins from pollutants, pesticides and fertilizers influence the organism and its community. It also says exactly how the chemicals move through ecosystems and how they are absorbed and make use of plants and animals, the mechanisms by which they cause disease result congenital defects, or poison organisms. All these agents have a deep effect on the living organisms. This may cause in the imbalance of ecosystem.

  • Track 4-1Human health effects of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT)
  • Track 4-2Biomagnification of specific toxicants
  • Track 4-3Agents of toxicology
  • Track 4-4Exposure to environmental contaminants
  • Track 4-5human toxicology of chemical mixtures
  • Track 4-6wildlife toxicology
  • Track 4-7Chemical warfare agents
  • Track 4-8Pesticides
  • Track 4-9Bioaccumulation of chemicals in environment
  • Track 4-10Entomotoxicology
  • Track 4-11Poly-chlorinated biphenyls
  • Track 4-12Environmental sources of toxicity

Occupational toxicology is the study of the chemical substances that may be encountered by workers during the period of their employment. Occupational toxicology mainly occurs in the work places. Occupational toxicologists carry out programs for the observation of exposed workers and the environment in which they work. 

  • Track 5-1Routes of exposure
  • Track 5-2Occupational injury
  • Track 5-3Hospital acquired infection
  • Track 5-4Occupational health psychology and nursing
  • Track 5-5Occupational safety and health convention
  • Track 5-6Exposure to human nail dust
  • Track 5-7Carcinogenicity
  • Track 5-8Irritants and corrosives

The major components that effect pediatric toxicology are lead, carbon monoxide and arsenic, camphor etc. Determining the dose is important, but frequently can be variable. Cardiovascular diseases are most commonly observed in children and most of the children are suffering from gastrointestinal diseases like stomach infections, appendicitis, hernia, bulge of intestines and Hirschspung’s disease.

 

  • Track 6-1Camphor poisoning in children
  • Track 6-2Caustic esophageal injury in children
  • Track 6-3Phencyclidine (PCP) intoxication in children
  • Track 6-4Isopropyl alcohol poisoning in children
  • Track 6-5Ciguatera fish poisoning in children
  • Track 6-6Toxic plant ingestions and nicotine poisoning in children
  • Track 6-7Toxic plant ingestions and nicotine poisoning in children

Biomarkers are computable and quantifiable biological parameters which serve as indices for health and physiological assessment. Biomarkers mainly depend on pathologic process, genetic factors, age, gender, and environment. The major roles of biomarkers are diagnosis of a disease, severity assessment, risk assessment, prediction of drug effects and monitoring. Biochemical biomarkers are frequently used in clinical trials, where they are derived from bodily fluids that are available to the early phase researchers.

  • Track 7-1Proteomic biomarkers
  • Track 7-2Radiation biomarkers
  • Track 7-3Behavioral markers
  • Track 7-4RNA biomarkers
  • Track 7-5Molecular biomarkers
  • Track 7-6Biomarkers for Bipolar Disorder
  • Track 7-7Pharmacogenomic biomarkers
  • Track 7-8Biomarkers of Petroleum Products and Mixture Toxicity
  • Track 7-9Cancer biomarkers‎
  • Track 7-10Inflammatory markers
  • Track 7-11Pharmaceuticalsand nutraceuticals biomarkers
  • Track 7-12DNA biomarkers
  • Track 7-13Biochemical markers
  • Track 7-14Genomic biomarkers

Forensic toxicology includes the combination of clinical chemistry and pharmacology which helps in the purpose of investigation of death surrounding poisoning and drug use. The following departments are forensic death investigation, forensic psychiatry, forensic DNA analysis, forensic pharmacology, forensic dentistry etc. The forensic results play a vital role in criminal cases and medicinally.

 

  • Track 8-1Forensic death investigation
  • Track 8-2Advancements in forensic toxicology
  • Track 8-3Drug abuse in sports and sports nutrition
  • Track 8-4Substance abuse and sexual assault
  • Track 8-5Forensic analysis and tools
  • Track 8-6Forensic evaluation
  • Track 8-7Forensic entomology
  • Track 8-8Forensic DNA analysis
  • Track 8-9Forensic arthropology
  • Track 8-10Forensic nursing
  • Track 8-11Forensic pathology
  • Track 8-12Forensic neuropsychology
  • Track 8-13Forensic psychiatry
  • Track 8-14Forensic dentistry
  • Track 8-15Forensic pharmacology

Industrial toxicology is the science that deals with the toxic properties of chemical compounds. The industrial toxicologist plays a vital role in effective and safe products including petrochemicals, medicines, pesticides, cosmetics, food and drink and household products. Everyone is exposed to a variety of chemical substances mostly do not present a hazard under ordinary conditions, but they all have the potential for being injurious at some sufficiently high concentrations and level of contact.

 

  • Track 9-1Biochemical and molecular toxicology
  • Track 9-2Product development toxicology
  • Track 9-3Heavy metals
  • Track 9-4Chemical toxicology
  • Track 9-5Trace element toxicity
  • Track 9-6Acute zinc and iron toxicity
  • Track 10-1Genomics
  • Track 10-2Proteomics
  • Track 10-3Foodomics
  • Track 10-4Transcriptomics
  • Track 10-5Nutrition, pharmacology and toxicology
  • Track 10-6Genotype analysis
  • Track 10-7Lipidomics
  • Track 11-1Lysosomal trapping
  • Track 11-2Hemolysis
  • Track 11-3Mitochondrial toxicity (glu/gal)
  • Track 11-4Reactive metabolite
  • Track 11-5Cell viability
  • Track 11-6Toxicological gene regulation
  • Track 11-7Toxicokinetics
  • Track 11-8Toxicodynamics
  • Track 12-1Neuro toxicology
  • Track 12-2Psycho toxicology
  • Track 12-3Systems toxicology
  • Track 12-4Pharmacogenetics
  • Track 13-1Immunological aspects of infection
  • Track 13-2Autoimmune disorders
  • Track 13-3Immunosuppressants
  • Track 13-4Adverse immunostimulation
  • Track 13-5Bacterial Pathogenesis and Immunology 
  • Track 14-1Acute toxicity studies
  • Track 14-2Importance of laboratory accreditation
  • Track 14-3Ethical problems in state crime labs
  • Track 14-4Medico-Legal evidences
  • Track 14-5Carcinogenicity of inhaled vanadium pentoxide
  • Track 14-6Sub-acute toxicity studies
  • Track 14-7Sub-chronic toxicity studies
  • Track 14-8Interpreting biomonitoring results
  • Track 14-9Hazard assessment of germanium supplements
  • Track 14-10Food-processing enzymes
  • Track 14-11Review of perineal talc exposure
  • Track 14-12Risk assessment for carnitine
  • Track 14-13Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)
  • Track 14-14Physiologically based pharmacokinetic modelling
  • Track 14-15Guidelines for toxicity testing
  • Track 15-1Toxic mechanisms and responses
  • Track 15-2Nanotoxicology and Nanomedicine
  • Track 15-3Mutagenesis
  • Track 15-4Teratogenesis
  • Track 15-5Therapies and antidotes
  • Track 15-6CRISPR Technology

Toxicology deals with the study of the nature and action of poisons. It involves, noticing and reporting symptoms, mechanisms, detection and handlings of poisonous substances in particular relation to the injuring of humans. It includes natural agents and biochemical compounds found in nature, as well as pharmaceutical combinations that are synthesized for medical use by humans. These substances may create toxic effects in living organisms including disruption in growth patterns, discomfort, disease and death. 

  • Track 16-1Aflatoxins
  • Track 16-2Environmental and analytical toxicology
  • Track 16-3Toxicology of marine mammals
  • Track 16-4Medicine and medical toxicology
  • Track 16-5Toxicology of metals
  • Track 16-6Placental toxicology
  • Track 16-7Pulmonary toxicology
  • Track 16-8Interdisciplinary toxicology
  • Track 16-9Drug metabolism and toxicology
  • Track 16-10Veterinary toxicology
  • Track 16-11Industrial hygiene toxicology
  • Track 16-12Developmental and reproductive toxicology
  • Track 16-13Genotoxicity and carcinogenicity
  • Track 16-14Insecticides toxicology
  • Track 17-1Medical applications and antipathogenic capabilities
  • Track 17-2Dose-response modeling
  • Track 17-3Risk analysis
  • Track 17-4Qualitative approach using safety factors
  • Track 17-5Qualitative approach using mathematical models
  • Track 17-6Biologically based quantitative risk assessment
  • Track 17-7Environmental monitoring and assessment
  • Track 17-8Measured environmental concentration
  • Track 17-9Toxicology and chemical substances (TCS)
  • Track 17-10Risk to children of passive smoking
  • Track 17-11Chemical safety assessment
  • Track 17-12System of classification and labelling of chemicals
  • Track 17-13Modeling changes in concentrations
  • Track 18-1Toxicogenomics in regulatory application
  • Track 18-2Gene cloning
  • Track 18-3Environmental and comparative toxicogenomics
  • Track 18-4Toxicogenomics as a predictive tool
  • Track 18-5Challenges of conventional toxicology approaches
  • Track 18-6Bioinformatics and interpretive challenges in toxicogenomics
  • Track 18-7Signature/biomarker qualification
  • Track 18-8Screening tools to predict toxicity & targets
  • Track 18-9SAR/QSAR models
  • Track 18-10Gene doping