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The potential implications of obesity on the kinetics of persistent organic pollutants and possible ramifications for the risk assessment process, Wednesday 18 March 2015, Jurys Inn, Birmingham
The COT held a one-day workshop on Wednesday 3rd February 2010 at Oulton Hall, Leeds.
The COT held a one-day workshop in Meriden, West Midlands on Wednesday 11th February 2009
The COT held a one-day workshop on transgenerational epigenetics in Prestbury, Cheshire, on Wednesday 6 February 2008.
The Committee on Toxicity of Chemicals in Food, Consumer Products and the Environment (COT) held a one-day workshop on Wednesday 7 February 2007 at Bailbrook House, Bath
The COT held a workshop on the development and function in adulthood of the male reproductive system - potential chemical induced effects at the York Moat House Hotel, York on Wednesday 15 February 2006.
The COT and Committee on Safety of Medicines(CSM) held a joint workshop on Diet and Drug interactions at The Copthorne Hotel, Effingham Park, Gatwick on 2 February 2005
A one-day workshop was held on Tuesday 3 February 2004 at the Marriott Hotel, Cardiff.
The replacement of default uncertainty factors with adjustment factors based on chemical-specific data is increasingly possible and there is an interest in using such data in chemical risk assessment. The use of PBPK modelling has been identified by the COT as a method that should be investigated further.
The COT held an open meeting 28 February 2002 to enable interested parties to discuss and comment on the Working group’s draft report that was issued for public consultation on 15 February 2002.
The use of genomics and proteomics has been identified as a suitable topic for a joint meeting between the COT, COC and COM, because it is a rapidly growing area with important implications for toxicological risk assessment and will have implications in the regulatory area.