Note:“ Program” and “Time Table” are taken from the 44th JSOT program and abstract book.

Time Table

Mon, July 10 Opening remarks, Scientific sessions, Exhibition
Tue, July 11 General assembly, Scientific sessions, Exhibition, Banquet
Wed, July 12 Scientific sessions, Exhibition, Closing remarks

Scientific Programs

Invited Lecture

15 years of research on arsenic-induced health effects
(College of Pharmacy, Seoul National University, Korea)

Special Lecture

1. Toxicology the essential science in risk analysis for food safety
(Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University, Thailand)

2. Prenatal obesogen exposure leads to a transgenerational thrifty phenotype in mice
(University of California Irvine, USA)

3. Integrating precision medicine approaches into toxicological assessments throughout drug development
(Pfizer Inc, USA)

4. Regulatory role of CNC-bZIP protein NRF1 in metabolic homeostasis of glucose and lipid
Jingbo PI
(School of Public Health, China Medical University, China)

(Other 2 sessions)


1. SOT-JSOT Exchange Promotion Program
- Insights into mechanisms of drug-induced liver injury -

  • Drug-induced idiosyncratic hepatotoxicity-proposed hypothesis and prevention strategy in drug development
    Toshihiko IKEDA
    (Association for Promoting Drug Development)
  • Mechanisms of acetaminophen hepatotoxicity in preclinical models and humans
    Hartmut JAESCHKE
    (Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology & Therapeutics, University of Kansas Medical Center, USA)
  • Involvement of microRNAs and immune- and inflammation-related factors in drug-induced liver injury
    Tsuyoshi YOKOI
    (Department of Drug Safety Sciences, Division of Clinical Pharmacology, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine)
  • Mechanisms of cell death from interaction of cytokines with drugs that cause idiosyncratic liver injury
    Patricia E. GANEY
    (Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Center for Integrative Toxicology, Michigan State University, USA)

2. A new era: Exposome and toxicology

  • The exposome: advancing toxicology in worms and humans
    Gary W. MILLER
    (Emory University, USA)
  • The exposome in the epidemiology context
    (Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
  • The exposome as a medical solution
    Shoji F. NAKAYAMA
    (Exposure Dynamics Research Section, Centre for Health and Environmental Risk Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies)
  • Is environmental electrophile an essential item for exposome?
    Yoshito KUMAGAI
    (Environmental Biology Section Faculty of Medicine University of Tsukuba)

(Other 27 sessions)

Note: Only English sessions are listed above

  • Educational Lecture
  • Oral Sessions
  • Poster Sessions
  • Commercial Exhibitions