IPiE Forum Meeting October 17th-18th-19th, 2017 Barcelona (Spain)
Via Laietana, 69
The 5th iPiE Forum Meeting took place in Barcelona on the 17th to the 19th October 2017, and counted with the presence of the participants from the Consortium and included a full day with the members of the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB).
The presentations first focused on the reply and actions derived from the Mid Term Review Meeting and later, on the updates and the progress of the work in the different Work Packages. A poster session took place at the end of the first day, which supported the main results generated within the project; the following posters were presented:
*Gould S, Gunnarsson L. Integrated effects analysis of antidepressants inhibiting serotonin and/or norepinephrine reuptake, using zebrafish models
*Herrmann A, Länge R. Effects of Naproxen on algae, Daphnia and fish
*Klüver N, Bittner L, Escher B. Zebrafish embryo toxicity os APIs
*Klüver N, Bittner L, Escher B. ph-Dependent effects of b-blockers in zebrafish embryosHemhol
*Konradi S, Wiemann A, Prutz I, Schönfeld J, Schmitz S. Hazard assessment of human pharmaceuticals – a review of data on persistence, bioaccumulation, and toxicity focusing on halogenated compounds
*Pastor M, Pinto K. High quality QSAR models for fate endpoints using the eTOXlab framework
*Snape J, Gunnarsson L. Environmental Risk Assessment of active Pharmaceutical Ingredients used in human medical products: Europe-wide variation in risk quotient
*Weil M, Coors A. Preliminary results: Salbutamol in Fish – Blood Plasma Concentrations and effects
*Westphal-Settele K, Thierbach C. Non-clinical toxicological data and environmental risk assessment – A regulatory point of view
*Wilkinson J, Boxall A. Sorption of pharmaceuticals to sewage slude: Mid-Project update
All SAB members valued the work made during last year and the huge progress of the project since the last meeting. They also encouraged all participants to communicate outcomes generated more widely.
The meeting was sponsored by Merck and organised by Synapse.