An overview based on the meeting has been published:
Sturla SJ, Boobis AR, FitzGerald RE, Hoeng J, Kavlock RJ, Schirmer K, Whelan M, Wilks MF, Peitsch MC. Systems toxicology: from basic research to risk assessment. Chem Res Toxicol. 2014 Mar 17;27(3):314-29.
Speakers in order of appearance (click link for presentation pdf):
- Robert Kavlock, EPA Office of Research & Development, USA
“Transforming Toxicology – A US Perspective on the Case for Change”
- Maurice Whelan, EU JRC Systems Toxicology + ECVAM, Italy
“Transforming Toxicology – The Case for Change”
- Thomas Hartung, Johns Hopkins + CAAT, USA
"Toxome and –Omics in Systems Toxicology"
- Kevin Crofton, National Center for Computational Toxicology, USA
"EPA's Computational Toxicology Program: Predicting Chemical Toxicity, Exposure and Disease"
- François Pognan, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, Switzerland
- Hennicke Kamp, BASF, Germany
"Metabolomics in vivo – importance of reference data to predict toxicity"
- Nigel Skinner, Agilent Technologies, UK
"Systems toxicology: gaining mechanistic insight through a more integrative omics approach"
- Shana Sturla, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
"Enzyme Response Profiling: Integrating proteomics and genomics with xenobiotic metabolism and cytotoxicity"
- Robert Turesky, NY State Department of Health, USA
"Adductomics: DNA biomarkers in exposure, risk assessment and cancer prevention"
- Joost van Delft, Maastricht University, Netherlands
"Toxicogenomics in Hazard Assessment"
- Ioannis Xenarios, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland
"Data Management, Normalization and Integration"
- Gustavo Stolovitzky, IBM Research, USA
"Reverse Engineering Disease Pathways"
- Manuel Peitsch and Julia Hoeng, PMI R&D, Switzerland
"Computational Systems Toxicology: Network-based Biological Impact Assessment"
- Thomas Paterson, Entelos, USA
"Integrating Genomic Data with Virtual Populations via Hypothesis Management: Broad Applications in Systems Toxicology"
- Stephen M. Rappaport, University of California, Berkeley, USA
"Exposing the Exposome"
- Alan Boobis, Imperial College London, UK
"What does Risk Assessment need from Systems Toxicology?"
- Ila Cote, EPA and Colorado University, USA
"Advancing the Next Generation of Risk Assessment"
- Marcel Leist, University of Konstanz, Germany
"Translating Systems Toxicology-based Assessment into Risk Management"
You can download the meeting programme and abstracts here.