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Expert Advice Service

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This service can be best described as a "Help Desk" to answer questions about in silico toxicology. Most toxicologists do not use these methods every day so it is a useful resource to be able to ask an expert whenever you need - even if it is a small question.  Typically this service is used for:

  • Peer review of your read-across similarity assessment and suggest amendments if required
     

  • Help desk to answer general questions on in silico methods for chemical hazard, risk and safety assessments
     

  • (Q)SAR predictions and advice
     

  • Application help with the OECD QSAR Toolbox
     

  • Access for one year for one person to our NAMs - Use and application of QSAR and read-across eLearning platform. (Access to resources only).
     

  • £3,550 per year for 2024
    (capped at a maximum of 30 hours of advice desk)

This service is available to all previous participants of our NAMs - Use and application of QSAR and read-across courses (Live, Video and eLearning)

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Why subscribe?
 

  • Choice of methodology and analogues for in silico assessments can be subjective.  A peer review is a safety check.
     

  • Having a resource to answer questions quickly can save you time
     

  • Keeping up to date with the latest developments is resources and time consuming.  ToxNavigation reads papers, new research and attends seminars so we can summarise what is useful for you in this niche area.
     

  • Having access to the NAMs course videos is a useful knowledge and revision facility. 

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