World Toxicology 2019
World Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference Highlights & Benefits
Young Researcher Forum
Honorable Guests Presentations
Exhibitions on Toxicology and Pharmacology
Exhibitions on Pharmaceutical Products
Free Abstract Publication & DOI
Free Lunch and Networking
22nd World Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, poster presentations, workshops and various programs for participants from all over the world on versatile fields of toxicology and pharmacology. Our venue offers an excellent location for our attendees to enjoy the conference. Our conference includes a well-balanced line up of speakers, covering both broad and specific topics of interest. World Toxicology 2019 will bring together leading Principle Investigators, Pharmacologists, Toxicologists, Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists, Business Entrepreneurs, Researchers, CRO’s, industry professionals, scientists, professors, and students to discuss the advancements in Toxicology and Pharmacology.
Why to attend?
Pharmacology and toxicology are very similar disciplines that require an understanding of the basic properties associated with it and actions of chemicals. However, pharmacology places more emphasis on the therapeutic effects of chemicals (particularly drugs) while toxicology focusses more on the adverse effects of chemicals or drugs and risk assessment. World Toxicology 2019 is the perfect platform to present and discuss current perspectives in drug research and development, Therapeutic effects, adverse effects and risk assessment. It is important to describe the pharmacological basis of therapeutics in order to maximize the benefits and minimize the risks of drugs to recipients. It is an integrative rather than an autonomous science, drawing on the techniques and knowledge of many allied scientific disciplines. Hence it will be a platform for researchers, scientists, professional involved with Toxicology and Pharmacology.
Who to attend?
- Medical Practitioners
- Business Entrepreneurs
- Pharmaceutical Industrialists
- Clinical Trails research Organizations
- Experts Looking for Collaborative Work
- Associations, Societies, & Professional Bodies
- Research laboratories
- Genetic Professionals
- Food Toxicologists
- Forensic Professionals
- Students of Toxicology and Pharmacology
- Students of Pharmacy
Japan ranks ninth worldwide as a producer of highly regarded scientific research and stands 3rd who spent the most on research and development. As its economy matured in the 1970s and 1980s Japan significantly trailed other developed nations in basic scientific research. In 1989 about 13 % of Japanese research and development funds were devoted to basic research. The proportion of basic research expenses borne by government is also much lower in Japan than in the United States, as is Japan's ratio of basic research expenses to GNP. Later Japanese government increased the scope of research by generously funding research, and by encouraging private cooperation in various fields.
Sessions and Tracks
Track 1: Drug screening and Toxicity testing
Drug screening involves the detection and identification of drugs or chemicals that is present inside the body due to drug by collecting and analyzing the blood, saliva, urine and hair of an individual. It is also used in the identification of performance-enhancing drugs. Toxicity studies are essential to identify the potential hazards to humans through the acute, sub chronic, and chronic exposure of laboratory animals to pesticides, medications, and cosmetics, food additives such as artificial sweeteners, packing materials, and also air fresheners.
Track 2: Medical Toxicology
Medical toxicology is closely related to the clinical toxicology where the practitioners are physicians who are generally specialized in emergency medicine, occupational medicine, or pediatrics. They are generally involved in the identification and treatment of adverse drug reactions (ADRs), drug overdoses, acute or chronic poisoning, envenomation’s, industrial accidents, substance abuse, and other chemical exposures.
Track 3: Analytical & Forensic Toxicology
Analytical toxicology is the process of detection, identification and estimation of foreign compounds (xenobiotics) in biological and other specimens. Different analytical methods have been developed and used for a very wide range of compounds. Forensic toxicology involves the toxicologic investigation of death involving gathering suitable specimens, conducting suitable toxicologic analyses and interpretation of the analytic findings including the expert witness.