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2008-NCTR Research Highlights


Archived Topics


  • January–March 2008
    Towards Toxicology In Silico (QSDAR)
    Arkansas Congressional Delegation Meet at NCTR
    AR State Rep. Rainey to speak at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Luncheon
    Critical Path — Automated Assays
    PET Imaging at NCTR
    Diet/Drug Interactions — Tamoxifen
    Women's Health — Estrogen
    Safety Evaluation of Cosmetic Preparation
    Computational Toxicology
    The Virtual Pathology Environment

  • April–June 2008
    Mutagenicity Assay Use in Preclinical Studies
    Food Safety Research — Characterization of Salmonella Enterica Strains
    Science Advisory Board Review
    Electronic Imaging as a Tool for Pathology Review
    The MAQC Project Toward Personalized Medicine
    NCTR Proposals Reviewed by TSSRC
    2008 Summer Science Research Program (SSRP)
    Translational Medicine for Risk Identification
    Food Safety Research — Assessment of Antimicrobial Drug Residues
    NCTR Public Outreach — Brain Awareness Week
    STEP Development Program Begins at NCTR

  • July-September 2008
    Eli Lilly Selects ArrayTrack™
    The Toxicity of Nanomaterials
    Scientists from Korean National Research Institute of Toxicological Research (NITR) at Korea FDA (kFDA) Visit NCTR
    FDA Principal Deputy Commissioner and Chief Scientist, Dr. Frank Torti, Visits NCTR July 16-17
    Increased Recycling and Reduced Environmental Emissions
    FDA Principal Deputy Commissioner and Chief Scientist, Dr. Frank Torti, Stresses Importance of FDA's Food Protection Plan
    Developing the Path to Personalized Nutrition and Medicine Using Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR)
    Antibiotic Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
    Science Advisory Board Meeting at NCTR
    Critical Path — Noninvasive Imaging
    Records Control Schedule Approved
    Novel Methodology Supporting Rapid Detection of Bacterial Food Contaminants
    Critical Path Initiative — Research Programs Presented at Drug Information Association Critical Path Symposium
    Jefferson Laboratories World Fest

  • October-December 2008
    Laser Microdissection Technique Opened to FDA Investigators
    NIEHS Leadership Visits NCTR
    Food Safety Research — Azo/Sudan Dyes
    Novel Algorithm to Select Stable Biomarkers for Prediction from High-Dimensional Data
    NCTR's Center for Innovative Technologies
    NCTR Proposals Reviewed by TSSRC
    Drug-Induced Liver Injury
    Scientists Promote International Harmonization
    Food Defense — Survivability of Bacillus anthracis Stern Spores in Processed Liquid

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