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 How to deal with data-poor substances


Free-of-charge webinar series

Innovatune and our trusted partner ToxHub organize a series of live webinars (free of charge) on: "Chemical risk assessment: how to deal with data-poor substances".

Our experts will share their insights on chemical risk assessment and in silico methods when dealing with chemicals with limited experimental data available and in different contexts

(i.e., occupational safety, PDE, E&L).

UPDATE (Sept 2020): the E&L webinar scheduled for September 16th has been postponed.

Italian sessions

We have currently scheduled 3 sessions in Italian. Contact us to receive your invitation!

English sessions

We will shortly schedule webinars in English. Contact us to express your interest!

Each webinar will have a duration of 1 hour

Contact us to get your invitation

You will receive instructions with the link to join the live webinar

Our Experts


Carla Landolfi

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Dr. Carla Landolfi (ToxHub) has more than 20 years of experience in toxicology field gained in the pharmaceutical industry where she honed her knowledge in the development of safety programs for pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food supplements, medical devices, biocides and other consumer products. She is the CEO and founder of ToxHub, a consultancy company specialized in toxicological risk assessment and regulatory toxicology. Main or co-author of several papers and posters, published in peer-reviewed journals and Invited speaker at International Conferences.

Manuela Pavan

Manuela Pavan

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Dr. Manuela Pavan (Innovatune) provides toxicology consulting services to Industry for the evaluation of human health endpoints (including the genotoxic and carcinogenic potential assessment of pharmaceutical impurities). Her main interest lies in the use of in silico approaches (read-across, QSAR, alerts, grouping, categories) that Industry uses in compliance with regulations such as ICH M7, REACH, CLP guidelines, biocides and cosmetics guidelines. She is committed to combine information and data coming from different sources in an efficient and informed way.


Arianna Bassan

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Dr. Arianna Bassan (Innovatune) is a consultant with long-term experience in the field of computational chemistry and computational toxicology committed at providing services that earn customer’s satisfaction and trust.
She had worked in international environments including Stockholm University, Merck and  JRC (EU).
She worked as a Project manager leading a number of different scientific projects with focus on data management and data curation (e.g., development of the EFSA’s Hazard database now known as OpenFoodTox, and management of pre-clinical data for pharma).

Risk Assessment for data-poor substances Webinars

           8 July 2020 – 15.00 CET



Our experts will discuss the occupational exposure banding process and how in silico methods can support the definition of the range of exposure concentrations that protect worker health.


         23 July 2020 – 15.00 CET




Manuela and Carla will share their experience with the derivation of PDE (permitted daily exposure) for data-poor substances and provide insights on the use of QSAR in this framework.


COMING SOON (October 2020)




This section will focus on the toxicological risk assessment of E&L

that is becoming an important issue. We are going to discuss how in silico toxicity predictions may assist hazard assessment in a weight-of-evidence approach for data-poor substances or inform the initial assessment that identifies the higher-risk compounds that should be tracked during testing.

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