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Invitation to Submit an Abstract for the 2023 SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo

By Dori Germolec posted 09-08-2022 14:12

  
Three women stand in front of a large poster mounted on a gray free-standing bulletin board. One woman is gesturing at the poster while speaking. The other two individuals are looking at the poster where the woman is gesturing.

Later this month, the SOT Scientific Program Committee (SPC) will meet to finalize a majority of the scientific program for the SOT 62nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo, a schedule that will be announced in mid-October. We believe the 2023 scientific program is both timely and cutting edge and will provide exciting opportunities for learning and collaborative discussion.

As always, we need your contributions to fill open slots remaining in the scientific program! Abstract submission is open for the 2023 meeting, and you are invited to submit your latest research for consideration. The submission deadline is Thursday, December 1, 2022, at 11:59 PM (US EST, UTC -5), and the cost is $50. Acceptance notices will be sent to presenting authors in early January 2023, and accepted abstracts will be programmed into either Platform or Poster Sessions. Please review the abstract submission instructions, guidelines, and FAQs on the SOT website before submitting your abstract using the Abstract Submission System. SOT is committed to providing a highly interactive in-person SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. If your abstract is granted acceptance, an author must travel to Nashville, Tennessee, to present during the assigned session.

The 2023 Annual Meeting and ToxExpo is taking place March 19–23 in downtown Nashville at the new convention center, Music City Center, which opened in 2013. The Music City Center is a few blocks away from Broadway, a vibrant neighborhood known for its live music venues, honky-tonk bars, and restaurants. The historic Ryman Auditorium is a short walk away, as is Riverfront Park. We invite you to visit the SOT website for more information about Nashville and what you can expect at an SOT meeting.

We look forward to receiving your abstracts and seeing all colleagues in Nashville in March!

Dori Germolec, PhD
SOT Vice President and
2022–2023 Scientific Program Committee Chair
Laurie Haws, PhD, DABT, ATS
SOT Vice President-Elect and
2022–2023 Scientific Program Committee Co-Chair

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