15th International Workshop on Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships (QSAR2012) in Environmental and Health Sciences will bring together experimentalists and modellers from industry, academia, and regulators. It is a place to share information and viewpoints on emerging research results and tools relating to SARs, QSAR-s/QSPR-s, and data analysis for chemicals and pharmaceuticals. The scope of the workshop is not limited to, but involves the following active research areas:

  • In Silico Modelling for 21st Century Toxicology
  • Prediction of Chronic Toxicity and Organ Level Effects
  • Modelling Environmental Toxicity and Fate
  • Novel (Q)SAR Approaches and Molecular Descriptors
  • Toxicology Data Curation & Mining, Database Ontologies, Knowledge Discovery
  • Open Data and Open Software
  • Toxicogenomics and Toxicoproteomics, Exploring Mode of Action to Support Predictive Toxicology
  • Read-Across as a Solution to Filling Data Gaps
  • Computational Aspects of Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOPs)
  • Integrating ADME Predictions into Predictive Toxicology
  • Chemical Analysis/Screening Systems and Chemo-informatics Solutions for Environmental and Health Sciences
  • The Challenge of Predictive Nanotoxicology
  • etc.