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Raymond Tice


Toxicoinformatics
Institut Pasteur de Bangui
Mauritius

Raymond Tice

Biography

Raymond R. Tice, Ph.D. serves as an advisor to the NTP and the Biomolecular Screening Branch. Tice has played a key role in the establishment of the Toxicology in the 21st Century (Tox21) program. Tox21 is a federal collaboration between NIH, Environmental Protection Agency, and Food and Drug Administration to develop better toxicity assessment methods. Tice continues to support and advice NTP on its Tox21 and highthroughput screening efforts. 

Research Interest

biology

Publications

  • Parham FM, Kohn MC, Matthews HB, DeRosa C, Portier CJ. Using structural information to create physiologically based pharmacokinetic models for all polychlorinated biphenyls : I: Tissue:blood partition coefficients. TAP 1997; 144:340-347.

  • Freeman GB, Dill JA, Johnson, JD, Kurtz PJ, Parham FM, Mathews HB. Comparative absorption of lead from contaminated soil and lead salts by weanling fischer 344 rats. , Fundam Appl Toxicol 1996; 33:109-119.

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