These programs and workflows developed by NICEATM
staff and external partners will enable researchers to conduct analyses locally using either their own data or data downloaded from ICE.
and the Human Toxicology Project Consortium co-organized a June 27-28 workshop, BioMed21: A Human Pathway-based Approach to Disease and Medicine.
SACATM advises NICEATM
, ICCVAM, and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences director on ICCVAM activities.
Relevant publications were identified and downloaded for further manual curation, in which protocol information was entered into the NICEATM
in vivo uterotrophic database (UTDB) so that each study could be evaluated for specifically defined quality control metrics as described below.
will expand its scope and concentrate its resources on providing bioinformatic and computational toxicology support to NIEHS Tox21 projects.
In 2008, NICEATM
and ICCVAM launched a 5-year plan to further reduce, refine, and replace the use of animals in regulatory testing in conjunction with federal agencies and other stakeholders (ICCVAM 2008).
is organizing the upcoming webinar series in support of the SEAZIT program to consider how this issue can be addressed through implementation of standardized nomenclature systems known as ontologies.
and ICCVAM will be presenting two special sessions at the 2017 SOT annual meeting in Baltimore, MD.
To validate this hypothesis further, in this study we used the ZEBET data set (ICCVAM and NICEATM
2001) for which previous attempts to establish the direct in vitro/in vivo correlation proved largely unsuccessful (Freidig et al.
has launched the Integrated Chemical Environment (ICE), an online source of high-quality curated data and appropriate tools to support development and evaluation of new, revised, and alternative methods.
and ICCVAM presented two special sessions at the 2017 SOT annual meeting in Baltimore, MD.
Ken Olden, director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and the National Toxicology Program, during his tenure has provided critical support to NICEATM
and its director, Dr.