Thanks to the generous support from the Society of Toxicology Supplemental Training for Education Program (STEP), I was able to attend the Certara Simcyp: incorporating population variability into mechanistic prediction of pharmacokinetics and modeling pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic workshop.
The Society for the Advancement Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science held their 43rd Annual Conference October 13–15 in Long Beach, California. The conference attracted over 4,000 undergraduates, graduate students and professionals in STEM disciplines.
As we progress through the year, Council continues to concentrate its efforts on the goals of our strategic plan and our current mega focus of enhancing the Society’s efforts to increase the stature and recognition of toxicology among other biomedical disciplines.
Canadian scientists and researchers rejoiced last October as Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party claimed victory in Canada’s 2015 election. Now, a year into the Trudeau Administration, we assess whether the administration has lived up to the hype—and what the future may bring.
Posted By: Margaret H Whittaker, PhD, MPH, ERT, DABT, CBiol, FRSB
Thu Nov 17th, 2016
For me, disaster preparation and relief are terms that I heard discussed at home from a very young age, but how are disasters defined and what role does science play in their aftermath? This article will highlight how toxicology can assist in the post-disaster recovery process.