live-streaming courses

New live-streaming training courses to avoid the current problems of travelling

from 15:00 to 17:00 GMT
June 8 - 9 - 10
August 25 - 26 - 27
from 15:00 to 17:00 GMT
June 8 - 9 - 15 - 16
August 25 - 26 - 31 - 1 Sep
from 15:00 to 17:00 GMT
June 8 - 9 - 10 - 15 - 16
August 25 - 26 - 27 - 31 - 1 Sep

Registration

 

To ensure the quality of the training and to allow all the participants to meet their goals the number of attendees is limited to 8 per class. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. 

To reserve your place or ask for information, please send an e-mail to training@toxnavigation.com

 

You can book directly here:

Use and applications of QSAR
 
6 hours split into three sessions run over three consecutive days
 
from 10:00 to 12:00 GMT
May 11 - 12 - 13
July 6 - 7 - 8
Early bird registration fee £400 + VAT (deadline 1 week before)
Full registration fee £500 + VAT
Program
Use and applications of read-across
 
8 hours split into four sessions run over two consecutive days for two weeks
 
from 10:00 to 12:00 GMT
May 11 - 12 - 18 - 19
July 6 - 7 - 13 - 14
 
Early bird registration fee £550 + VAT (deadline 1 week before)
Full registration fee £650 + VAT
Program

Use and applications of QSAR and read-across
 
10 hours split into five sessions run over three and two consecutive days for two weeks
 
from 10:00 to 12:00 GMT
May 11 - 12 - 13 - 18 - 19
July 6 - 7 - 8 - 13 - 14
 
Early bird registration fee £600 + VAT (deadline 1 week before)
Full registration fee £700 + VAT

Breaking down the whole course into short sessions over consecutive days allows you to consolidate what you have learned before the next session and to better elaborate questions. 

In addition to the attendance on the live streaming, you receive a copy of the recording for your personal use and all the material related to the course. Finally, the trainer is available at any time during the session or afterwards to answer your course-related questions. A certificate of attendance is also available upon request.

Optimal involvement and interactions between the trainer and the trainees are ensured by limiting the number of attendees to 8 per class. The trainees are encouraged to interact, ask and answer questions with the other trainees and trainer.

The trainer, Dr. Elena Fioravanzo, is a qualified chemist and a well-recognized scientific investigator in computational chemistry and computational toxicology. She has more than 20 years of experience as a consultant and in providing training on approaches and on specific software. 

Registration:

 

To ensure the quality of the training and to allow all the participants to meet their goals the number of attendees is limited to 20. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. 

 

Use and applications of QSAR

Searching for chemical data and evaluate structural similarity

2 hours

  • Substance, chemical structure, identifiers

  • Databases

  • Molecular descriptors I

  • Structural similarity

 

Practical examples will be demonstrated using: ChemSpider, OECD QSAR ToolBox, COSMOS DB, ChemTunes•ToxGPS©, AMBIT

 

 

At the end of this session you'll be able to:

  • Search chemical databases using a identifier, a chemical structure or a chemical substructure

  • Calculate molecular descriptors

  • Calculate structural similarity

Profiling chemical structures, predict properties and evaluate chemical similarity 

2 hours

 

  • Molecular descriptors II

  • Similarity in property space

  • Structural alerts

  • Statistical models QSARs

 

Practical examples will be demonstrated using: ChemTunes•ToxGPS©, VEGA, OECD QSAR ToolBox

 

At the end of this session you'll be able to:

  • Calculate molecular descriptors

  • Calculate structural and molecular similarity​

  • Predict molecular properties

  • Profile chemicals using structural alerts and QSAR models

Generation of QSARs prediction and reliability assessment

2 hours

 

  • How the relationship between structure and properties can be described

  • Applications in toxicology: overview of endpoints and model types

  • Validation and evaluation of QSARs; the OECD Principles

  • QSAR prediction reports

 

Practical examples will be demonstrated using: ChemTunes•ToxGPS©, VEGA

 

 

At the end of this session you'll be able to:

  • Generate a QSAR prediction

  • Assess the reliability of a QSAR prediction

  • Generate a prediction reports which could be used for regulatory purposes

Session 1 - 2 hours - Searching for chemical data and evaluate structural similarity

  • Substance, chemical structure, identifiers

  • Databases

  • Molecular descriptors I

  • Structural similarity

 

Practical examples will be demonstrated using: ChemSpider, OECD QSAR ToolBox, COSMOS DB, ChemTunes•ToxGPS©, AMBIT

 

At the end of this session you'll be able to:

  • Search chemical databases using a identifier, a chemical structure or a chemical substructure

  • Calculate molecular descriptors

  • Calculate structural similarity

 

Use and applications of read-across

Searching for chemical data and evaluate structural similarity

2 hours

  • Substance, chemical structure, identifiers

  • Databases

  • Molecular descriptors I

  • Structural similarity

 

Practical examples will be demonstrated using: ChemSpider, OECD QSAR ToolBox, COSMOS DB, ChemTunes•ToxGPS©, AMBIT

 

 

At the end of this session you'll be able to:

  • Search chemical databases using a identifier, a chemical structure or a chemical substructure

  • Calculate molecular descriptors

  • Calculate structural similarity

Profiling chemical structures, predict properties and evaluate chemical similarity 

2 hours

 

  • Molecular descriptors II

  • Similarity in property space

  • Structural alerts

  • Statistical models QSARs

 

Practical examples will be demonstrated using: ChemTunes•ToxGPS©, VEGA, OECD QSAR ToolBox

 

At the end of this session you'll be able to:

  • Calculate molecular descriptors

  • Calculate structural and molecular similarity​

  • Predict molecular properties

  • Profile chemicals using structural alerts and QSAR models

Generation of read-across predictions

2 sessions of 2 hours

 

  • The read-across concept

  • Tools and frameworks for read-across

  • Forming rational groups of chemicals

  • Finding data for source and target chemicals 

  • Justifying and Reporting Read-Across 

  • Avoiding mistakes

  • Reporting strategies

  • Reduction of uncertainty

Practical examples will be demonstrated using: ChemTunes•ToxGPS©, OECD QSAR ToolBox, COSMOS DB, AMBIT

At the end of this session you'll be able to:

  • To fill toxicological data gaps based on read-across 

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