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ILS is proud to announce that Dr. Les Recio, Vice President of Research and Development, has received recognition by the American College of Toxicology (ACT) for his paper, “Impact of Acrylamide on Calcium Signaling and Cytoskeletal Filaments in Testes From F344 Rat” as the Best Paper published in the International Journal of Toxicology in 2017! The award was presented at the ACT awards luncheon during the ACT annual meeting in West Palm Beach, FL, on Monday, November 5, 2018. Congratulations to Dr. Recio and co-author Tim Maynor on this outstanding achievement!

November 5th, 2018|

ILS Names New President

April 10th, 2018|

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Integrated Laboratory Systems (ILS), is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. David Allen as [...]

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The Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society (GEMS) 2019 Annual Fall Meeting, Translational Relevance of Non-Genotoxic Modes of Carcinogenicity, will be held this Wednesday, October 30th at the Hamner Conference Center in Durham, North Carolina from 8am-4:30pm. Dr. Carol Swartz, ILS’ Director of In Vitro Toxicology and Formulations and GEMS current President, will be welcoming you to the conference. To register follow the link below.

October 28th, 2019|

http://gems-nc.org/event-3503969

Dr. Kyathanahalli Janardhan, an ILS Investigative Pathologist, participated in a podcast to discuss his publication titled “Do GISTs Occur in Rats and Mice? Immunohistochemical Characterization of Gastrointestinal Tumors Diagnosed as Smooth Muscle Tumors in The National Toxicology Program.” The link to the podcast is included below.

October 22nd, 2019|

http://sageveterinary.sage-publications.libsynpro.com/immunohistochemical-characterization-of-gastrointestinal-tumors-diagnosed-as-smooth-muscle-tumors-in-the-national-toxicology-program

Dr. Kamel Mansouri, Lead Computational Chemist at ILS, presented an overview of the Collaborative Acute Toxicity Modeling Suite (CATMoS) to the Scientific Advisory Committee on Alternative Toxicological Methods at their meeting in Arlington, Virginia last month. CATMoS generates acute toxicity predictions for chemicals based on a consensus of 139 computational models developed by a consortium of 35 participants. Check out a photo from the event below.

October 8th, 2019|

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