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.
Thank you to the members who participated in this year’s election. The members elected as vice president-elect, treasurer-elect, and councilors and to the awards, membership, and nominating committees will begin their service May 1, 2018.
Dr. Miller shares his impressions of the state of toxicology in China and efforts underway by Toxicological Sciences to increase engagement with Chinese toxicologists.
Cross-disciplinary collaborations are increasingly vital in science. This article explores how SOT is addressing the opportunities and challenges of getting toxicology a seat at the table.
With an increasing number of poor-quality scientific journals appearing in the marketplace, the authors provide context on the rise of predatory journals and offer guidance on how to avoid their traps.