2021 PSTC Virtual Workshop
Wednesday, March 31, 10 AM – 1 PM US ET
The Predictive Safety Testing Consortium (PSTC) is launching its 15th anniversary celebration with a virtual public workshop. Join scientists and experts from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the pharmaceutical industry, academia, and Critical Path Institute (C-Path) as we discuss PSTC’s work in the regulatory space, its current efforts in researching fluid biomarkers as predictive tools of drug-induced organ injury, the future of biomarker research, and opportunities for industry, consortia and other organizations to collaborate with PSTC to identify and qualify novel safety biomarkers for use during drug development.
Following the public workshop, a series of webinars will be offered in the coming months during which scientists from PSTC member companies, health authorities and other key opinion leaders will share information about collaborative cutting-edge science taking place within the consortium’s working groups, answer questions from attendees, and engage in discussion on the complexities and opportunities surrounding safety biomarkers and biomarker qualification.
The workshop and subsequent webinars are open to all who have an interest in translational and safety sciences, including PSTC member companies, industry, consortia, academic scientists, and health authorities. If you have colleagues who may be interested in participating, please share this invitation so they have an opportunity to register.
For more information, visit https://c-path.org/programs/pstc/.
The PSTC 15-year Anniversary Webinar Series, including Live Panel Discussions:
May 26, 2021: Clinical Kidney Safety Biomarker Composite Measure
July 28, 2021: Alternative Solutions in Safety Assessment
Sept 29, 2021: Biomarkers of Effect: Safety Biomarkers as Disease Biomarkers
Nov 17, 2021: Data Sharing—Continued Dialog on Advancing Biomarker and Drug Development through data sharing: Industry, Academia and Regulatory Insights
Jan 26, 2022: Collaboration Begets Innovation—PSTC relationships leading the way for collaborative work outside the consortium