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Recent Scientific Papers

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Marsh, C; Bamgbose, IA. 2021

The long reach of REACH.

Gradient Trends - Risk Science & Application 80:1-2.

Bamgbose, IA; Marsh, C. 2021

Surveying the product stewardship landscape.

Gradient Trends - Risk Science & Application 80:3-4.

Ticknor, RC; Marsh, C; Mims, DM; Cohen, JM; Lewandowski, T. 2021

Validation of Restricted Substances Lists and Chemical Hazard Classifications as Screening Tools for Identifying Potential Skin Sensitizers in Consumer Products.

Presented at the Society of Toxicology (SOT) 60th Annual Meeting and ToxEpo, held virtually March 21-26

Goodman, JE; Kerper, LE; Prueitt, RL; Marsh, CM. 2020

A critical review of talc and ovarian cancer.

J. Toxicol. Environ. Health B 23:183-213.

Hansen, B; Marsh, C; Cohen, J. 2020

Defining the Edge: A Case Study in Expert Review of In Silico Hazard Predictions to Identify Activity Cliffs and Improve Chemical Risk Assessment.

Prepared for presentation to the Society of Toxicology (SOT) 59th Annual Meeting & ToxExpo, Anaheim, CA, March 15-19 (Conference cancelled)

Hansen, B; Marsh, C; Cohen, J. 2020

Defining the edge: A case study in expert review of in silico hazard predictions to identify activity cliffs and improve chemical risk assessment.

Prepared for presentation to the Society of Toxicology (SOT) 59th Annual Meeting & ToxExpo, Anaheim, CA, March 15-19 (Conference cancelled) Toxicologist 174:421.

Cohen, JM; Marsh, C; Lewandowski, T. 2020

Toxicity Assessment of Pharmaceutical Dye Sunset Yellow FCF (aka FD&C Yellow No. 6).

Presented at the American College of Toxicology (ACT)'s 41st Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, held virtually November 12-19

Marsh, CM; Butler, CH; Cohen, JM. 2017

Improving Read-Across for GHS Hazard Classification Using ECHA's Read-Across Assessment Framework (RAAF): Alkylbenzenes and Skin Sensitization.

Presented at the Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC) Spring 2017 Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 25-29