13th International Conference on Environmental Mutagens

Maintaining Genomic Health in a Changing World

53rd Annual Meeting of the EMGS

August 27 - September 1, 2022 - Ottawa Canada

 

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ICEM 2022 Sponsors

Become a Sponsor  

Diamond Level: 
Morningside
NIEHS R13 Grant
TwinStrand Biosciences


Platinum Level:
Escher Fund for Autism 

Health and Environmental Sciences Institute
Proctor & Gamble, Co. 
Health Canada 
US-FDA R13
University of Ottawa 
Carleton University
 


Gold Level:
Bristol Myers Squibb


Silver Level:
Burroughs Wellcome Fund

Elsevier
United Kingdom Environmental Mutagen Society
Gilead Sciences
National Cancer Institute (NCI)


Bronze Level:
Lhasa Limited

RIFM
Moltox, Molecular Toxicology, Inc. 
BASF
Toxys
Litron Laboratories
Instem
MultiCASE


Supporter
Mutagen-Brasil

Johnson & Johnson
University of Michigan


Contributors
European Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society

Japanese Environmental Mutagen and Genome Society
Journal of Biochemistry
Illumina
Pfizer Inc.
Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis Journal 
Bill Kaufmann
Genetic Toxicology Association
Society of Toxicology


WORKSHOPS 

Workshops will also be offered, spanning the most cutting-edge new technologies for measuring toxic effects to the genome (i.e., transcriptomics including single-cell sequencing, error-corrected sequencing), to modern versions of conventional tests (i.e., Mini Ames and comet assay workshop) and advances in hazard and risk assessment (i.e., reactive botanicals and in silico approaches): 

    SATURDAY, AUGUST 27

    Workshop 1: 8AM to Noon | Mini versus standard Ames assays: what have we learned from the OECD’s comparative evaluation (Chair: Birgit Mertens, BELGIUM). Confederation I Room

    Workshop 2: 8AM to Noon | Time to solve a crisis? Can risk stemming from exposures to plant-based DNA-reactive pyrrolizidine alkaloids be managed using relative potency factors? (Chairs: Stefan Pfuhler and Lin Ge, Procter & Gamble, USA). Confederation III Room

    Workshop 3: 8AM to Noon | Methods and applications of the CometChip and additional cell microarray technologies (Chairs: Simran Kaushal and Norah Owiti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA). Quebec Room

    Workshop 4: 8AM to 3:30PM | Advancing the Next Generation of Genetic Toxicology and Cancer Risk Assessment (Chairs: Sheroy Minocherhomji, Amgen, USA; Robert Young, MilliporeSigma, USA; Francesco Marchetti, Health Canada, CANADA). Ontario Room | View Agenda

    Workshop 5: 8AM to Noon | In silico approaches in genetic toxicology: Application Ames QSAR to ICH-M7 (Chairs: Keiichi Sugiyama, National Institute of Health Sciences, JAPAN; Catrin Hasselgren, Genentech, USA). Newfoundland/Nova Scotia Room