Some of British American Tobacco’s top scientists are on their way to the Joint Meeting of the Smoke Science & Product Technology (SSPT) Study Groups for CORESTA in Kitzbuhel, Austria for the 8th-12th October to present some of our latest research and the quality science that we have been developing. For anyone interested in what BAT will be presenting,here is a timetable of BAT's contributions to the scientific discussions:
Tuesday 10th October:
09:10-09:30 – Mike McEwan – ST25 – A clinical study in Japanese smokers investigating changes in exposure to cigarette smoke chemicals who switch to using a tobacco heating product for a five-day period
10:10-10:30 – Ian Fearon – ST28 – Nicotine pharmacokinetics of electronic cigarettes: a review of the literature
Thursday 12th October:
11:50-12:10 – David Thorne – ST64 – A novel approach for the screening of e-cigarette aerosols using an Ames whole aerosol assay
Tuesday 10th October – 14:00-16:00
Krishna Prasad – STPOST34 – Optical method for estimating mouth level exposure from conventional cigarettes and next generation tobacco and nicotine products
Mark Taylor – STPOST48 – The in vitro biological assessment of a novel hybrid tobacco product and comparison with a cigarette smoke.
Tomasz Jaunky – STPOST49 – In vitro assessment of a novel prototype e-cigarette
Marianna Gaca – STPOST50 – Vascular endothelial oxidative stress leading to hypertension: development of an AOP using in vitro assays.
Andrew Baxter – STPOST51 – RNA-seq-based toxicogenomics shows limited impact of e-cigarette vapour on airway cells compared with cigarette smoke when matching for nicotine delivery
All posters and presentations will be uploaded to www.bat-science.com after the conference to publicly share our science and add to our online catalogue of high quality, cutting-edge research.
If anyone is interest in the full proceedings of the SSPT Meeting for CORESTA, please visit the conference website at: http://www.sspt2017.org/