Studying how metals from an abandoned uranium mine might travel as particulates in the air and affect the health of those living nearby in the Navajo Nation, Dr. Campen learned that toxicology is about much more than what you can discover in an office.
Despite an increase in individuals aged 60 or over worldwide, few issues in toxicological science associated with the aging process have been addressed, and the elderly remain a largely understudied, vulnerable population.
The next Scientific Liaison Coalition (SLC) webinar on the Future of Publishing will be presented on Tuesday, February 27 by Gary W. Miller, Editor-in-Chief of Toxicological Sciences. The Society of Toxicology (SOT) is among the founding members of this coalition.
On Thursday, January 11, the SOT Education Committee and the SOT Undergraduate Education Subcommittee sponsored an Undergraduate Educator Network entitled, “Don’t Sweat It…Three Dry Labs for Undergraduate Toxicology Programs.”
Comments due February 26 for FIFA SAP nominations. There are 11 SOT members among the nominees.