Through the generous support of the Society of Toxicology Diversity Initiatives Endowment Career Development Award, I attended the Gordon Research Seminar and Conference in Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Toxicity held in Andover, New Hampshire from August 12–18, 2017.
I’m a Computer Science PhD student enrolled in the BioFrontiers Institute Interdisciplinary Quantitative Biology program at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Thanks to the Diversity Initiatives Endowment Career Development Award, I attended the 10th World Congress in Alternatives to Animal Use.
Registration is now open for the inaugural Total Exposure Health 2018 Conference. It’s an opportunity for professionals in government, the Armed Services, academia, and industry to explore scientific advances that support the US Air Force’s new initiative, Total Exposure Health.
PDA Webinar: A Career in Risk Assessment–What is it? How Do You Get Started? Thursday, May 31 at 1:00 PM ET. In many ways, the practice of assessing risk is a core tenet of toxicology–how much is too much?
The May 2018 , Vol. 163, Issue 1 of ToxSci includes many articles that will be of interest and importance to you, including a Historical Perspective on The Rise of Zebrafish as a Model for Toxicology and a Contemporary Review on Making Waves: New Developments in Toxicology With the Zebrafish.