On the 8th and 9th of February 2017 took place at PRBB (Barcelona) the iPiE WP6 workshop on ""Interfacing prediction models to iPiEsys" jointly organized by the project partners Molecular Networks and the GRIB (IMIM-UPF), addressing the prediction model developers within the consortium.
During the workshop, a first prototype of the project prediction system (iPiEsys) was demonstrated using an acute fish toxicity model. The list of models that will be contributed by each partners was discussed as well as the technical details of their integration into iPiEsys. Also in this direction, a hands-on exercise showed the model developers the functionalities of eTOXlab, which was proposed as a framework for the development of iPiE predictive models.
The project iPiE: "Intelligence Led Assessment of Pharmaceuticals in the Environment", aims to develop a predictive framework that utilise existing information and in silico models to support more intelligent environmental testing of pharmaceuticals in development and to prioritise legacy pharmaceuticals for full environmental risk assessment and/or environmental (bio) monitoring. iPiE is an european project funded by IMI for the period 2015-2017.