For graduate students, life comes at you fast. After many years balancing course work, teaching assistantships, research, comprehensive exams, thesis writing, and the eventual defense, students find themselves no longer asking about biochemical pathways, but are instead asking about career pathways.
Dr. Ganey highlights the Society’s commitment to and the importance of mentoring and provides updates on SOT’s partnerships with the Japanese Society of Toxicology (JSOT) and the International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX).
The SOT Career Resource and Development Committee (CRAD) has been examining the Society’s mentoring programs and is ready to begin developing new resources and opportunities for SOT members.
This is the first of what is hoped to be a periodic update of activities from the Career Resource and Development Committee (CRAD) that could help the membership plan career development sessions for the SOT Annual meeting, develop mentoring programs, and learn of other initiatives from CRAD.
Drs. Bill Brock and Bill Mattes and I were joined by Paul Zigas, MS, JD, for a lively Education-Career Development session entitled “Scientific Ethics in Research and Publications.”