To achieve its mission and provide additional benefits to members, SOT partners with like-minded toxicological and biomedical organizations around the globe. In this new column, I will provide monthly updates on activities and events by these partners that may be of interest to SOT members.
Dutch Society of Toxicology ICT 2022: The XVI International Congress of Toxicology
Jointly organized with IUTOX and EUROTOX (replacing the traditional EUROTOX annual event for 2022), the congress is taking place September 18–21, 2022, in Maastricht. The submission deadline for a late-breaking abstract to be included in the congress’s abstract book is July 13.
Visit the ICT 2022 website for more information >
EUROTOX ONE—Health, Environment, Safety—Conference
Taking place June 21–24, 2022, this conference will explore food safety within the broader perspective of sustainable food systems. You can attend in person in Brussels or online. Online participation in the conference is free, but registration is required.
Visit the ONE 2022 website for more information >
FASEB Science Research Conferences
Each of these conferences is focused on a specific area of life sciences research. More than 15 Science Research Conferences are being hosted in June, with 10+ on the schedule in July. Abstract submissions are accepted for these conferences, and topics for the June events include biological methylation, liver biology, genome engineering, virus structure, and more.
View the full list of Science Research Conferences >
Japanese Society of Toxicology 49th Annual Meeting
This on-site-only meeting is taking place June 30–July 2, 2022, at the Sapporo Convention Center in Sapporo, Japan. The theme for the conference is “One Health & Toxicology.”
Visit the JSOT49 website for more information >
NIEHS “Can Nutrition Modify the Impact of Environmental Exposures on Autism Spectrum Disorder?” Virtual Workshop
Registration is free for this online event taking place June 21–22, 2022. The workshop will bring together environmental health scientists and nutrition researchers to explore “the possible role of maternal diet and nutrition in mitigating the effects of environmental risks relevant to neurodevelopmental disorders like autism spectrum disorder (ASD).”
Visit the NIEHS website for more information >