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Reconnoitre Latest Upgradation in Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology
- Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology 2019

Welcome Message


Followed by the completion of “The International Conference on Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology 2018, Dubai UAE” successfully,  on behalf of the entire team of Allied Academies team Its our extreme pleasure and  honour to extend you a warm welcome to attend our auspicious  2nd International Conference on Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology that is going to be held on June 24-25,2019 in Stockholm, Sweden  provides a wonderful forum to refresh your knowledge base and explore the innovation.Clinical Toxicology 2019 will be focussing on the theme "Reconnoitre Latest Upgradation in Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology".

Scope and Importance:

Toxicology is the branch of study which deals with the adverse effects that occur in living organisms and its environment due to chemicals, physical or biological substances. Toxicology testing protocols that needs to be followed are already present in the emergent nations of the world across industries such as reagents, pesticides, buyer’s products, medical products and food additives. These tests are necessary for the products to be given green signal and with the increased trend, toxicology studies are deployed across the industries.

Why to Attend?

International Conference on Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology gives you the opportunity to listen to different perspective and learn new ideas and updates in Clinical Toxicology. Most importantly It increases the curiosity in you which leads to further discoveries. Moreover, It will update you with new appoaches, new types of equipments, softwares and devices including the datas that is yet to be published and investigators that you may not have heard of.

It will also give you some different directions in your research work by getting feedback from the experts and researchers in Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology conference. It is also a massive lifetime opportunity to interact with diversed attendees from different parts of the 18+ countries with different perspectives and views, learn from them, make new relationships and strengthen the existing ones.

Stockholm also is known as the longest art gallery of the world is an emerging center for biotechnology and research in the fields of pharmaceuticalsmedical engineering and clinical toxicology and also comprises an innovative life science industry, strong academia and world's leading infrastructure for research.

Update yourself by meeting all the leaders in this event. Moreover, you will get the chance to enjoy Sweden one of the beautiful artistic country in Europe where the conference is being held and enjoy the unique and surreal beauty.

Target Audience:

Toxicology Researchers, Pharmacology Professionals, Pathology Researchers, Genetic Researchers, Academicians and Industrialists, Students and Young Researchers, Toxicology Societies and Association People, Toxicology testing labs, Toxicology Expert Witness, FDA Consultants, Preclinical CRO.

Scientific Tracks/Sessions

The Central Objective of  Clinical Toxicology 2019 will be intregating the world’s  esteemed Toxicologists, Pharmacologists, Principle Examiners, Researchers and different modern experts under one roof to enlighten us about the latest amelioration in Clinical Toxicology.

Toxicologists are accomplished in comprehensive high-level care of humans that come over contact with seizuresingested mineral acidstrong baseconvulsingpsychosisdrugspesticidesheavy metalscleaning agentstoxic gases and alcohols, other industrial and inorganic matters.

If we talk about the global market,the global world toxicology market’s figures are sublimely growing at a rate of 10-12% per annum, for further information do visit Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology 2019 and grab this once in a life time opportunity to interact with prestigious leaders in toxicology market.

Session on:  Clinical Toxicology 

Clinical Toxicology is the field of study that involves the deep investigation of adverse effects and diseases spawned by the toxins to the human body. The various sciences that comes under the research field of  clinical toxicology is pharmacology, biochemistry, and pathology. Clinical toxicology is one of the disciplines that can be practiced not only by physicians but it can also have involvements and contributions of also other health professionals such as physician extenders (physician assistants, nurse practitioners), nurses, pharmacists, and allied health professionals. This session in Clinical Toxicology would be very helpful to gain further information and take precautions for a healthy and a sound life. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

Clinical Toxicology is the field of study that involves the deep investigation of adverse effects and diseases spawned by the toxins to the human body. The various sciences that comes under the research field of  clinical toxicology is pharmacology, biochemistry, and pathology. Clinical toxicology is one of the disciplines that can be practiced not only by physicians but it can also have involvements and contributions of also other health professionals such as physician extenders (physician assistants, nurse practitioners), nurses, pharmacists, and allied health professionals. This session in Clinical Toxicology would be very helpful to gain further information and take precautions for a healthy and a sound life. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Related Associations:  International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX), Society of ToxicologyAmerican College of Toxicology Academy of Toxicological Sciences,  European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology,  American Association of Clinical Toxicology,  California Association of Toxicologists,  American Academy of Clinical Toxicologists,  Association of Inhalation ToxicologistsSociety of Toxicology,India

Session on: Cardiovascular Toxicology

Cardiovascular Toxicology deals with the antagonistic impacts on the circulatory system which result from the introduction to harmful chemicals. It refers to the security information of the hinderance actions of new cardiovascular drugs. Organophosphates affect myocardial peripheral nerves as well as central nervous system centres controlling heart rhythm. As a result it is known that the toxic consequences of excess acetylcholine can result to cardiac slowing, arrhythmias, and sudden death. Organochlorines such as lindane, endosulfan, Methoxychlor, and dicofol are used quite often in the United States. This type of pesticide must be known to produce hypertension and tachycardia with associated arrhythmias. Pyrethroids are synthetic neurotoxins used as insecticides. It inhibits the enzyme Na+ K+ -ATPase and affects Na+ channels of excitable tissues. Make use of the Clinical Toxicology scientific platform to know more about the cardiovascular diseases caused by chemical toxicants. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Related Associations: Spanish Society of CardiologyEuropean Society of CardiologyWorld Heart FederationBrazilian Society of Toxicology, European Centre for Ecotoxicology and Toxicology of Chemicals (ECETOC)Academy of Toxicological SciencesAmerican College of ToxicologyAssociation of Comparative and Environmental ToxicologyAustralasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and ToxicologistsEgyptian Society of Toxicology

Session on: Neurotoxicology

Neurotoxicity refers to an unfavourable change in the science, structure, or mechanism of the sensory system following subjection to a physical or a chemical operator. Advances in our understanding of the structure and function of the nervous system have boosted the formation of chemicals and reagents for treating diseases such as Parkinson's syndromeAlzheimer's disease, and mild depression. However, some drugs may lead to abominable nervous system side effects that can limit their utility in disease treatment. The anticancer drugs vincristine and cisplatin detreat the sensory nerves in the fingers and the antibiotic gentamycin can affect hearing. This session at Clinical Toxicology would mainly focus on investigating the thoughts with respect to neurological and behavioural impacts of introduction to toxic substances. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Related Associations: International Neurotoxicology AssociationAcademy of Toxicological Sciences, American Academy of Clinical ToxicologyAmerican College of ToxicologyThe Asian Society of Toxicology (ASIATOX)California Association of ToxicologistsAssociation of Forensic ToxicologistsAustrian Society of ToxicologyAsia Pacific Association of Medical ToxicologyAssociation of Toxicology, India

Session on: Toxicopathology

Toxicopathology is the deep analysis of complementary and practical changes in cells, tissues, and organs that are caused by toxicants, (for example, drugs, industrial and agricultural chemicals), poisons (chemicals of natural origin, for example, mycotoxins and phycotoxins), and physical operators, (for example, heat and radiation); the investigation of the mechanisms by which these changes are induced; and the development of risk assessment and risk management policies based on such information. Toxicologic pathology primarily deals with the morphologic or structural effects of the toxicant and the mechanism by which this structural effect is induced. In this session, we can gain an overall knowledge of how different chemicals affect the cells, tissues, and organs in the human body at Clinical Toxicology. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Related Associations: International Academy of Toxicologic PathologyAmerican College of Veterinary Pathologists, European Society of Toxicologic Pathology (ESTP)International Society of Clinical PathologyWorld Federation of Constituent Societies of PathologyWorld Association of Societies of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (WASPALM)Cameroon Society for Toxicological Sciences; Australasian College of Toxicology and Risk AssessmentFederation of European Toxicologists and European Societies of Toxicology (Eurotox)Finnish Society of Toxicology;  British Toxicology Society (BTS)Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and ToxicologistsThe Asian Society of Toxicology(ASIATOX)

Session on: Toxic Effects on Haemostasis

Haemostasis is the first step of wound healing after the wound stops to bleed. If haemostasis does not occur it can lead to an excess of blood loss which can lead to the death of the person. We are aware that the liquid monomer component of Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) is cytotoxic. Implantation of acrylic cement in human beings has been reported to be associated very frequently with fatal cardiorespiratory collapse. This results to a higher incidence of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and proximal DVT after cemented hip and knee joint replacements compared to non-cemented total joint replacements. Non-aspirin nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) these drugs initializes the bleeding tendency, which blocks the development of thromboxane A2. Moreover the danger of systemic bleeding with NSAIDs is increased by liquor or anticoagulants, and by related conditions, which includes thrust age, liver sickness, and other haemorrhagic diatheses. Because of the growing crisis of bleeding in such patients, acetaminophen or different analgesics that don't influence platelet capacity ought to be substituted for NSAIDs at whatever point conceivable. Join Clinical Toxicology to get further knowledge about how the toxic substances  influence bloodstream and haemostasis. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Related Associations:  Academy of Toxicological Sciences, American Academy of Clinical Toxicology, American College of Medical ToxicologyAmerican College of ToxicologyArgentine Toxicological AssociationAustralasian Society for Ecotoxicology (ASE), Asia Pacific Association of Medical ToxicologyThe Asian Society of Toxicology (ASIATOX), European Society of Toxicology In Vitro (ESTIV)

Session on: Toxic Effects on Liver and Kidney

The liver is the most important site of biotransformation and detoxification of xenobioticsClinical inclusion of dangerous liver damage run from sluggish, regularly asymptomatic movement of the impedance of hepatic capacity to fast improvement of hepatic failure.  The kidneys are introduced to exogenous or endogenous xenobiotics in their part as basic protections against hazardous xenobiotics entering the blood framework. Natural solvents and substantial metals are both unusual classes of toxicants known to antagonistically affect renal capacity. drugs like amphetamine and Ecstasy cause a body to conserve urine.

The forced or conserved urine can back up all the way to the kidneys, resulting in kidney failure or even cardiac arrest. Also the  toxins build up in the blood can cause confusions and headaches. Ecstasy, amphetamine and methamphetamine abuse are the main reason to cause chronic liver inflammation (hepatitis). The use of Ecstasy can generate sudden and severe hepatitis that results in liver failure and death, even days or weeks later. Examine yourself into this research platform to enlighten more about the harmful effects on liver and kidney caused by few medicines which you might use in your everyday life at Clinical Toxicology. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Related Associations: The European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists (EAPCCT),  European Centre for Ecotoxicology and Toxicology of Chemicals (ECETOC)Academy of Toxicological SciencesAmerican Academy of Clinical ToxicologyAmerican College of Medical ToxicologyAmerican College of ToxicologyThe Asian Society of Toxicology (ASIATOX)

Session on: Environmental Toxicology

Environmental Toxicology can be described as the detailed study of the destiny and effects of chemicals in the earth that include harmful chemicals normally found in the earth (i.e., critter venom, microbial and plant poisons). Environmental toxicology is usually connected with the examination of environmental chemicals of the anthropogenic starting point. Environmental toxicology can be categorised into two subcategories: Environmental Health Toxicology and Ecotoxicology.

Biotic and abiotic processes provide a lot of contribution towards the degradation of chemicals. The biotic degradation takes place through microorganisms whereas abiotic degradation takes place by hydrolysis and photolysis. Ecological degradation or environmental degradation of chemical toxins happens at an enormous quickened rate through the activity of microorganisms generally gets converted into fossils. Microorganisms (principally bacteria and fungi) abase chemicals in a push to get vitality from these sources. These biotic degradative procedures are catalyst arbitrated and normally happen at rates that far beat abiotic debasement. Biotic degradative procedures can quickly finish mineralization of chemicals to water, carbon dioxide, and basic inorganic constituents. For a better understanding of environmental chemicals and its harmful effects on nature let's get to know more at Clinical Toxicology . To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.


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Related Associations: Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC)European Centre for Ecotoxicology and Toxicology of Chemicals (ECETOC)Australasian Society for Ecotoxicology (ASE), Federation of European Toxicologists & European Societies of Toxicology (Eurotox)Association of Comparative and Environmental ToxicologyAcademy of Toxicological SciencesAmerican Academy of Clinical Toxicology, Australasian College of Toxicology & Risk Assessment

Session on: Forensic Toxicology

In science and pharmacology forensic toxicology is one of the branches which is basically concerned about the Impacts and amount of dangerous medications and   toxic substances on individuals. In forensic toxicology, the primary plot is the extent to which medications and toxins may have added to disability or death. The synthetic makeover of every substance is intended, and they are additionally differentiated from various sources, for example, urine or hair. Forensic toxicology generally handles with the way that substances are consumed, dispersed or terminated in the body – the metabolism of substances.

While there are various utilizations for forensic toxicology testing, medication and alcohol testings are mostly known in this segment. This kind of analysis are usually performed in the transportation business and in working environments. Another purpose is for sedate overdoses, regardless of whether these are planned or inadvertent. This session at Clinical Toxicology would talk about how the excessiveness of various medications and prescriptions prompt weakness or demise of people. To discover more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Session on: Immunotoxicology

Organic solutions can conceivably cause antagonistic medication responses analysed with immunosuppression, immune stimulation and exaggerated sensitivity. These incorporate cytokine discharge related intense responses which includes the creation of pro-inflammatory cytokines. The clinical signs can go from influenza-like responses to more intense Cytokine Release Syndromes (CRS). Immunotoxicology is the investigation of an undesired twist of the immune system by additional variables. Toxicological evaluations have portrayed that the immune system is a destination following addition to an assorted gatheration of xenobiotics which includes ultraviolet radiation, synthetic toxins, therapeutics, and recreational medications. There is a settled principle and deep link between obliteration of the immune response and diminished protection from diseases and certain kinds of neoplasia. In people, mellow to straight obliteration of the immune response is link to reduced protection from normal, group gained diseases, though adroit contaminations, which are unique in the all-broad community, are basic in people with serious concealment. To know more  and get further research ideas on Toxicology and it's harmful effects on immune system join us at Clinical Toxicology. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Session on: Genetic Toxicology

The genotoxic substances incite harm to the genetic material in the cells through connections with the DNA grouping and structure. Genetic toxicology is the investigation of the impacts of chemical and physical operators on genetic material. Genetic Toxicology also incorporates the investigation of DNA harm in living cells that prompts malignancy, however, it likewise looks at changes in DNA that can be acquired starting with one generation then onto the next.

It is a perplexing science since there are various distinctive sorts of genome harm, which emerge through an assorted variety of systems: Chromosomes may be broken (clastogenesis), the data inside a DNA succession may wind up plainly modified or   reorganized (mutagenesis), entire chromosomes may be mis-segregated (aneugenesis), there can be a trade of areas of chromosomes which can change gene regulation(recombination). To find out about Genetic Toxicology which harms the genetic material and share your research ideas let's gather at Clinical Toxicology. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Related  Associations: Genetic Toxicology Association (GTA)European Society of Human Genetics (ESHG)European Centre for Ecotoxicology and Toxicology of Chemicals (ECETOC),  Spanish Association of Toxicology (AETOX), Spanish Society Of Environmental HealthFederation of European Pharmacological SocietiesInternational Association of Environmental Mutagen Societies (IAEMS)Genetic and Environmental Toxicology Association (GETA)European Environmental Mutagen Society (EEMS)

Session on: Molecular Toxicology

The Molecular Toxicology claim to fame segment is keen on the molecular mechanisms whereby chemicals cause harmfulness. There are a few explanations behind this intrigue. Right off the bat, mechanisms of toxicity can reveal central parts of science. Hence, poisons, for example, cyanide and rotenone were utilized to reveal the presence of the Krebs cycle, a focal segment of cellular energy metabolism. Programs in the field of molecular toxicology study the effects of chemicals on living microscopic organisms. This form of toxicology examines both naturally occurring and synthetic chemicals. Also considered are the effects of genetic, physiologic and environmental factors on organisms. Join your peers in Clinical Toxicology to gain a better understanding regarding molecules, it's interaction with biomolecules and various molecular methods which aims at preventing toxicity and enhancing our understanding of health risk assessment. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Session on: Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology

Reproductive toxicity refers to conflicting effects of a toxic and harmful chemicals on sexual function and fertility in adults as well as developmental toxicity in the offspring, whereas developmental toxicity pertains to adverse toxic effects to the developing embryo or foetus. Chemicals cause developmental toxicity by two ways. They can act directly on cells of the embryo or foetus causing cell death or cell damage, leading to abnormal organ development. A chemical might also induce a mutation in a parent's germ cell which is transmitted to the fertilized ovum. Some mutated fertilized ova develop into abnormal embryos. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Session on: Systemic Toxicology

Systemic toxicology is the study of adverse effects of a substance on various organs or tissues. Toxicity is often subdivided into acute, sub-acute and chronic toxicity. Acute toxicity describes adverse effects of a substance which results either from a single exposure or from multiple exposures in short space of time (within 24 hours). Relatively, acute toxicity is important to classify Global Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) category of a substance, five GHS categories of severity where category 1 requires the least amount of exposure to be lethal and category 5 requires the most exposure to be lethal. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Session on: Toxicity Testing

Toxicological tests measure the impacts of a constrained exposure of a creature to a substance (acute toxicity) and in addition rehashed, long-haul exposure (chronic toxicity). Substances are likewise tried for more particular endpoints, for example, cytotoxicity (capacity to harm cells), mutagenicity (capacity to cause changes in genetic material), carcinogenicity (capacity to cause tumor), and teratogenicity (capacity to cause birth defects). A toxicity test is designed to generate data concerning the adverse effects of a substance on human or animal health, or the environment. Many toxicity tests examine specific types of adverse effects, known as endpoints, such as eye irritation or cancer. Different tests are broader in nature, going from acute (single-exposure) concentrates to rehash dosage (multiple exposures) ponders, in which creatures are regulated everyday measurements of a test substance. Therefore, join us at Clinical Toxicology to learn more about different toxicity testing methods and recent developments in the same. 

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Session on: Toxicology and Risk Assessment (TRA)

Toxicology Risk Assessment (TRA) gives a basic details of your item’s consistency with health and security measures and numerous directions to assure market acknowledgment all over the world. Product manufacturers are striving to respond to the market requests and customer pressures for more secure items and more clarity. Customer marketplace demand, including the legal prerequisite to give security data to clients, has made a requirement to have a toxicology hazard assesment for assessing product safety. Toxicology Risk Assessment includes: analyzing to see if the product contains any banned, prohibited or restricted ingredients; to determine if the product contains any carcinogen, mutagens, teratogens, reproductive toxins, endocrine disruptors, or other problematic chemicals at relevant exposure concentrations; to determine the inherit safety profile of product ingredients; considering any potential misuse of the product; to determine if the exposures to the product will produce any undesirable health effects; completion of a TRA that covers the standards, regulations or guidance documents to make sure your product is maintaining a secure guidance, advice or mandatory requirements. To sum it up, this session based on  Clinical Toxicology will discuss the risk involved in different products available in the market and various ways to prevent the same. To know in vast visit  Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Session on: Applications of Toxicology

Implementation of methodology and standards of toxicology is to forbid hazardous health effect from drug candidates. The central objective of toxicology studies is to calculate the safety of potential drug candidates in the drug development process. This can be efficient by utilizing various important animal models and approved methodology.

A major aim is to analyze the animal prototype reactions into an apprehension of the hazard for human subjects. To this end, the toxicologist must know about the international procedures for safety assessment and including the traditional and non-traditional toxicology models. The distinctive toxicology profile consist of safety pharmacologyacute and sub-chronic toxicologychronic toxicologyingestiondistributiondigestion, and excretion studiesgenetic toxicologyreproductive and developmental toxicology and an assessment of cancer-causing potential. With a specific end target to think about the several applications in toxicology and the current headways in preventing chemical toxicity, we should associate at Clinical Toxicology.

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Session on: Chemical Carcinogenesis  

Chemical exposure to various means has been associated to the initialization of cancer and is important to note that given subsequent scientific discoveries and importance on assumption to low subjection levels will not remove but merely reduce the exposure phenomenon. For more details visit  Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Session on: Product Development Toxicology

Product development toxicology refers to various criteria’s especially forcast of toxicity framework in new and old drugs and its development. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Session on: Alternatives to Clinical Trials

This session directs the latest methodologies, techniques and uncommon details applied in clinical trials by various clinical research organizations and clinical toxicology oriented industries. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Session on: Pharmacology

From the word Pharma its crystal clear that it is the study of drugs. The Pharmacology field majorly comprises the study of drug’s action and reaction in living beings by using the basic concepts of biology and chemistry. It gives us a different prospect while understanding the functioning of the organs and numerous mechanisms of metabolism of living beings. It also allows us to study the various causes of malfunction of the biological system. Pharmacologic research is necessary for the drug development, testing and    its use to treat disease.

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Session on: Applied Pharmacology

In order to understand  pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drugs utilized in psychopharmacology across the paediatric age spectrum starting from infants to adolescents represents a huge challenge for clinicians. In paediatrics, treatment protocols use either standard dose reductions for these drugs for children below a certain age or use a very less conventional parameters such as weight for allometric dosing. The principle behind this, however, is often lacking. In this review current available information on the improvement changes in absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination of drugs are presented with a specific concentration on metabolic pathways, indicating important differences in the formation of the enzymes associated in the biotransformation of medicines used in psychopharmacology. A lot of emphasis would  be given to the genetic variation in CYP2D6 activity, one of the most important enzyme for the metabolism of many psychotropic medications. Lastly, the survey will compile the role of the developmental pharmacologist to assure analytical use of narcotics in offspring as well as youngsters with developmental deterioration and in translating pharmacological concepts from the bench to the clinic. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.


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Session on: Developmental Pharmacology

Understanding the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drugs used in psychopharmacology across the pediatric age spectrum from infants to adolescents represents a major challenge for clinicians. In pediatrics, treatment protocols use either standard dose reductions for these drugs for children below a certain age or use less conventional parameters such as weight for allometric dosing. The rationale behind this, however, is often lacking. In this review current available data on the developmental changes in absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination of drugs are presented with a specific focus on metabolic pathways, indicating significant differences in the development of enzymes involved in the biotransformation of drugs used in psychopharmacology. Major emphasis will be given to the genetic variation in CYP2D6 activity, the most important enzyme for the metabolism of many psychotropic medications. Lastly, the overview will compile the role of the developmental pharmacologist assuring analytical use of narcotics in offspring as well as youngsters with developmental impairments and in translating pharmacological concepts from the bench to the clinic. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

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Session on: Clinical pharmacology

Clinical pharmacology is the broad study of drugs and their clinical applications. It is Supported by the basic science of pharmacology, which draws focuses on the application of pharmacological principles and quantitative methods in the real world. This branch comprises of a broad concept, right from the discovery of new target molecules to the impact of drug usage in whole populations.

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Session on: Pharmacodynamics

Pharmacodynamics (PD) is the branch of study related to biochemical and physiologic actions and reactions of drugs (especially pharmaceutical drugs). The effects can include those manifested within animals(including humans), microorganisms, or combinations of organisms (for exampleinfection). Pharmacodynamics is the study of how a drug affects an organism, whereas pharmacokinetics is the study of how the organism affects the drug. Both together influence dosing, benefit, and adverse effects.

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Session on: Pharmacokinetics

Pharmacokinetics is one of the most important branches of Pharmacology which decides whether the drugs would reach the destined organs. It basically deals with the study of the fate of substances administered inside a living being. The substances can be any chemical like xenobiotic such aspharmaceutical drugspesticides, food additivescosmetics, etc. It focusses on the chemical metabolism and to discover the fate of a chemical from the moment that it is introduced in our body up to the point at which it is completely eliminated from the body. Pharmacokinetics deals with how an organism affects a drug, whereas pharmacodynamics (PD) deals with how the drug affects the organism. Both of them altogether influences dosing, benefit, and adverse effects, as seen in PK/PD models.

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Session on: Pharmacogenomics

Pharmacogenomics is the branch of Pharmacology that mainly focusses on the role of the genome towards the response of the drugs. The name itself consist of two terms pharmacology and genomics. Pharmacogenomics examines how the genetic changes of an individual affects his/her response to drugs. It basically deals with the influence of acquired and inherited genetic variation on drug response in patients by the correlation  of geneexpression or singlenucleotidepolymorphisms with pharmacokinetics . The term pharmacogenomics is often used simultaneously  with pharmacogenetics.

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Session on: Pharmacognosy

Pharmacognosy is the branch of Pharmacology which deals with the study of medicinal drugs obtained from plants and natural source. It basically focuses on the physical, chemical, biochemical and biological properties of drugs, drug substances or potential drugs or drug substances of natural origin as well as the search for new drugs from natural sources.

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Session on: Neuropharmacology

Neuropharmacology is the branch of pharmacology which deals with how drugs affect cellular function in the nervous system, and the neural mechanisms through which they influence behavior. The term itself comprises of the two words Neurology” which deals with the nervous system and “Pharmacology which deals with the study of drugs. There are two Important branches of neuropharmacology: behavioral and molecular. Behavioral neuropharmacology concentrates on the study of how drugs affect human behavior (neuropsychopharmacology), including the further investigation on how the human brain gets affected while getting more dependent on drugs and by addiction.  While on the other hand Molecular neuropharmacology refers to the study of neurons and their neurochemical interactions, with the overall goal of creating  drugs that have affirmative effects on neurological function. Both of these fields are narrowly connected, since both of them refers to the interactions of neurotransmittersneuropeptidesneurohormonesneuromodulatorsenzymessecondmessengersco-transportersion channels, and receptor proteins in the central and peripheral nervous systems.

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Session on: Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology

Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology is the branch of Pharmacology which deals with the science of drugs and its targets and effects of drugs on the body. The Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology is a dynamic integrative program that brings together scientists, who mostly works in areas related to drug discovery. This area of research includes a diverse range from cancer to cardiac and skeletal muscle, supervision of metabolism and neuroscience. The study mainly concentrates on protein drug targets like enzymes and hormone receptors that regulate cellular functions. In this contemporary time due to the growing power of computation informatics has been introduced both in research. We apply chemo- and bioinformatics to find the candidate’s therapeutic drugs, determine the drug-receptor interactions and utilize gene expression and other databases.

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Session on: Clinical Pharmacokinetics

Clinical pharmacokinetics is the branch of study that illustrates in depth about the absorption, distribution, metabolism, and exclusion of drugs in patients requiring drug therapy. Clearance is the most important pharmacokinetic criteria because it helps in finding the steady-state concentration for a given dosage rate. All the Pharmacokinetic concepts have been utilized with great success by the pharmacists and the clinicians to differentiate patient drug therapy for about a quarter century.  With the combination of the knowledge of disease states and conditions that effects the distribution of a drug, kinetic theories can be used to modify doses to produce serum drug concentrations that result in desirable pharmacologic effects without undesirable side effects.

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Session on: Pharmacovigilance

Pharmacovigilance is the field of study that basically deals with the detection, assessment, and prevention of detrimental actions and reactions of drugs. The fundamental involvement of Pharmacovigilance is the identification and evaluation of safety signals that are used to identify the drug products. Proper administration of drug safety risks has always been a huge problem in health care systems all over the world and among pharmaceutical manufacturers. During the past few decades it has been mentioned that a model shift has taken place in the evaluation and management of patient-related drug safety. Some of these alterations, especially the most recent, have led to a significant increase in the importance of pharmacoepidemiology and its application in pharmacovigilance.

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Session on: Pharmacoepidemiology

Pharmacoepidemiology is the branch of study that deals with the utilization and effects of medicines in large numbers of people; it gives us a clear estimation of the probability of beneficial effects of a drug in a population and the probability of conflicting effects. It can be referred as a bridge science connecting both clinical pharmacology and epidemiology. Pharmacoepidemiology focusses on clinical patient results from therapeutics by using several techniques of clinical epidemiology and utilizing them to understand the origins of beneficial and dangerous effects of drugs, impacts of genetic alterations on drug effect, duration-response relationships, clinical effects of drug-drug interactions, and the impacts of medication non-adherence. Pharmacovigilance belongs to a part of pharmacoepidemiology that includes continuous monitoring, in a population, for adverse effects and other safety problems arising in drugs that are already available on the market. Pharmacoepidemiology also includes the conduct and evaluation of programmatic efforts in improving medication use on a population basis. 

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Session on: Ethnopharmacology

Ethnopharmacology concentrates mostly on the use of traditional medicine in local communities, including its commercial applications. The recent inclusion of artemisinin, which is an effective antimalarial is a good example of this as the origin of this compound, Artemisia annua, was used to cure fevers and malaria-like symptoms in traditional Chinese medicine. Ethnopharmacology also refers the philosophical scheme involving medicine practice of any group, since this influences diagnoses and treatment of disease.

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Session on: Psychopharmacology

Psychopharmacology is the field that focuses on drug-induced changes in mood, thinking, and behaviour. It basically analyses the impact of different drugs on the mental health of patients. It focusses on how people people’s behaviour and personality can be changed by various compounds. Some of the conditions that are needed to be treated includes depression, psychosis and anxiety.

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Market Analysis

Market Analysis

According to the recent surveys, the global market of research toxicology testing is determined to be a worth of USD 14,343.01 Million by 2025 and is increasing at a very high-single digit CAGR from 2017 to 2025. The ADME toxicology testing’s showed an interesting digits with USD 6,986.20 Million in 2015 and is also expected to reach USD 14,319.9 Million by the year 2022, expanding at a CAGR of 10.6% from 2016 to 2022.

The Toxicology global market is categorised into 5 parts, which includes methods, industries, endpoint tests, and geography. Among various methods, the in vitro segment accounted for the largest share in 2017 and is projected to have a growth of strong double-digit CAGR from 2017 to 2025 due to technological advancements, increased acceptance, and implementation of the 3R’s.Based on industry, the toxicology services global market is further segmented into pharmaceuticalmedical devices, cosmetic, chemical and other industries. The pharmaceutical segment comprises the largest share of the market while cosmetic industry is growing at a very high double-digit CAGR from 2017 to 2025.

Market Analysis

According to the recent surveys, the global market of research toxicology testing is determined to be a worth of USD 14,343.01 Million by 2025 and is increasing at a very high-single digit CAGR from 2017 to 2025. The ADME toxicology testing’s showed an interesting digits with USD 6,986.20 Million in 2015 and is also expected to reach USD 14,319.9 Million by the year 2022, expanding at a CAGR of 10.6% from 2016 to 2022.

The Toxicology global market is categorised into 5 parts, which includes methods, industries, endpoint tests, and geography. Among various methods, the in vitro segment accounted for the largest share in 2017 and is projected to have a growth of strong double-digit CAGR from 2017 to 2025 due to technological advancements, increased acceptance, and implementation of the 3R’s.Based on industry, the toxicology services global market is further segmented into pharmaceuticalmedical devices, cosmetic, chemical and other industries. The pharmaceutical segment comprises the largest share of the market while cosmetic industry is growing at a very high double-digit CAGR from 2017 to 2025.



The fastest growing of all the segments in Toxicology market is recorded to be Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology is also called as DART. North America came up to be a highest generating revenue region in 2017. On the other hand, The Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow fastest due to favourable government regulations and investments. Whereas the systemic toxicology segment has been regarded for the largest share in 2017 based on numerous endpoints and is projected to grow at a mid-single-digit CAGR from 2017 to 2025.

The North America’s In-vitro toxicology testing market is expected to reach USD 7.89 billion by 2021 from USD 4.19 billion in 2016, growing at a CAGR of 13.50% for the next five years 2016-2021. Europe In-vitro toxicology testing market is further expected to reach USD 8.40 billion by 2021 from USD 4.60 billion in 2016, increasing at a CAGR of 12.80% for the next five years 2016-2021. Asia-Pacific In-vitro toxicology testing market is expected to reach USD 5.23 billion by 2021 from USD 2.48 billion in 2016, increasing at a CAGR of 16.10% for the next five years 2016-2021. The In-vitro toxicology testing market in African and Middle East banks on to reach USD 3.41 billion by 2021 from USD 1.63 billion in 2016, growing at a CAGR of 15.92%, similarly the European market in toxicity testing seems to have a rapid growth based on the market scenario it is recorded that it is going to be a twofold replication i.e. from USD 4.6 billion to USD 8.4 billion is the third largest growing medium in the world. 



ADME is also called as Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism and Elimination of chemicals or drugs. The process that describes the nature inside a human body, is therefore categorized into three major segments in-silico testing, in-vitro testing and in-vivo testing which is further classified into biochemical and cell i.e. liver, kidney and intestinal based assays.

The two main compartments in the toxicology market is (I) influencing the performance of a drug towards human tissues; (II) toxicology testing before introducing a particular drug is increasingly becoming important.

The ADME  toxicology testing methodology is widely popular among all pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies for the development of new drug at a rapid rate and to minimize the drug discovery, testing and development costs day to day. Present day cell-based measures are receiving much acknowledgment and advancement worldwide that will drive this market in the coming future, major advancement in toxicology market is usage of computational interpretation for faster and accurate results.

North America holds the largest share and based on the digits it is intended to maintain its leadership position in future as well. The North American market is massively followed by the European market and their market leadership was attributed to the fact that the major pharmaceutical companies are resided in the U.S. and European countries. Asia-Pacific market is expected to observe the fastest rate of growth in the mere future due to increasing government support and collaborations with the foreign pharmaceuticals and research companies. To know more Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology Conference.

Past Conference Report

With the contribution of world’s most eminent personalities we have almost explored the latest advancements on the field of Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology. It’s a pretty herculean task to cover everything in 48 hrs but the short that was given is worthwhile. As it was quoted by Edmond Mbiaka “The quest for knowledge never ends; it just leads to more curiosities that lead to a greater mind.” All we can say is this is just a beginning, we still have a long way to go to enlighten the future generation about Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology so that we can have a better tomorrow and we would try our best in our upcoming conferences. With a vision of making this world a better place we would like to start the final report of “The International Conference on Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology 2018 Dubai, UAE December 3,4, 2018”.

We would like to extend our gratitude to all the excellent keynotes, speakers, conference attendees, students, associations, media partners, exhibitor and guests who left no stone unturned to make this Clinical Toxicology 2018 conference a huge success.

AAC hosted the event International Conference on Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology during December 3-4,2018 at Marriot Executive apartments Al Jadaf, Dubai with the theme “Exploring latest advancements in Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology”. An enormous credit should be given to the Benevolence and the zestful engagement of The Editorial Board Members in supporting the International Journals as well as from the leading Pedagogical clinicians, scientists, professors, students and leaders from the field of Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology are the cause to make this event successful.

The Conference venue’s roof was shared by young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented student communities representing more than 18 countries, whose enthusiasm and curiosities have driven this event into the path of success. The conference highlighted through various sessions on current rhetorical research.

Clinical Toxicology 2018 witnessed renowned speakers who enlightened the crowd with their ocean of knowledge and confabulated on various noble advancements related to the fields of Toxicology, Neurotoxicology, Toxicopathology, Cardiovascular Toxicology, Environmental Toxicology, Forensic Toxicology, Applied Pharmacology, etc.

Numerous Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures were carried out related to Clinical Toxicology and Pharmacology. The conference was commenced with an opening ceremony followed by a series of lectures delivered by both Honourable Guests and members of the Keynote forum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Dr. Cesar D' Pool
Research Scientist, Medical Toxicology, Internal Medicine
University of Andes
Guayaquil, Ecuador
OCM Member
Dr.Wafaa Mohamed EL- Sehly
Professor, Forensic and Clinical Toxicology. Faculty of Medicine
Alexandria University
cairo, Egypt
Venue
&
Hospitality

Stockholm, Sweden

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