MultiCASE Event Schedule

Upcoming Events

MultiCASE presents research and exhibits at multiple scientific conferences each year. We also host educational webinars exploring areas of significant challenge or exciting research within the QSAR field.
Please browse this page to uncover what we have in store for the remaining and upcoming year.

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Tuesday, June 29th, 2021 | 10am EDT

Event Description: Computational methods play an important role in determining the safety profiles of chemical compounds. By using in silico approaches to predict potential toxicities of compounds, one can dramatically reduce the cost and time in comparison to experimental testing. For the past 25 years, MultiCASE has developed cheminformatic tools intended to evaluate and explore the toxicity and metabolism potential for chemicals. Whether these tools are being used to search a database, screen a molecule for alerts, or making specific predictions, reports play a vital role in the interpretation, communication, and expert review of the results.  This session will explore computational aspects of QSAR models and how model output augments the review process to reach a better and informed decision.

ICH Q&A Review | April 13th, 2021

Event Description: This latest series of ICH Q&A documentation serves to clarify the scope of the ICH M7 guideline. In this session, topics related to the use of QSAR systems and potential control strategies that were addressed in the latest June 29th 2020 Q&A version will be reviewed and discussed.
Presentations by both MultiCASE and Dalia Global.

This webinar will air twice, 5am EST and 10am EST, please attend the time most convenient to you.

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QSAR 2021 Virtual Meeting
June 7-10 2021

Virtual Booth
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Career Opportunities

Computational Toxicology Research Associate

MultiCASE is seeking candidates for an open Computational Toxicology Research Associate position. This is an exciting opportunity to take part in the expanding field of (Q)SAR application sciences supporting the larger field of toxicology. This position requires special attention to cheminformatics, specifically in the pharmaceutical and computational toxicology area. Experience of programming in R, Python will be a plus. In addition, good scientific writing and communication skills will be required. Those seeking this position must be eligible to work within the United States.
Please send letter of interest and resume to :
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