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Workshop on Application of Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) in Risk Assessment

Beijing, China
22/05/2019 – 23/05/2019

Objectives
• Familiarise target audience with the scientific basis of TTC, new developments and demonstrate application of TTC in risk assessment of different product types;
• Build expertise to determine in which cases TTC is applicable and where it is not;
• Harmonise acceptance of TTC in risk assessment across different regulatory sectors and agencies (e.g. food additives, food contact materials, pesticides, cosmetics, home care, industrial chemicals, etc).

Background
As the Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) concept is gaining more attention in terms of risk assessment application, there is a need for the alignment and harmonisation on how the concept is used. ILSI Focal Point China, in collaboration with Chinese Society of Toxicology (CSOT), China National Centre for Food Safety and Risk Assessment and the Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) Task Force of ILSI Europe will be organising this two day workshop to promote innovative research on toxicological transformation in the fields of food, chemical and environment in Asia.

Programme
History and Scientific Principles of TTC 
Prof. Alan Boobis (Imperial College London, UK)

Computational Tools Supporting TTC
Prof. Mark Cronin (Liverpool John Moores University, UK)

Extending the Scope and Applicability of TTC
Dr Heli Miriam Hollnagel (Dow Europe, CH)

TTC in the US and Europe
Dr Karen Blackburn (Procter & Gamble, US)

Status of TTC in Asia Pacific – Food Contact
Dr Haixa Sui (China Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, CN)

The Current State of TTC Applications in the Asia Pacific Region – an Industrial Perspective for Cosmetics and Consumer Products
Dr Zhu Tingting (Procter & Gamble, CN)

The workshop also set up working groups to discuss practical issues in TTC applications including food packaging materials, flavourings, pharmaceuticals, industrial chemicals, daily cosmetics, and environmental pollution. The workshop will be partly in English and in Mandarin. However, the workshop is equipped with simultaneous translation.

Registration and Contact
For registration (in Mandarin), please click HERE.

For queries on registration, please send an e-mail to: cstmeeting@chntox.org

Attendance is free but is subject to registration which includes:
• Admission to the workshop;
• Coffee, refreshments and lunch.

Travel and Accommodation is not included in the registration.