The 2014 Society of Toxicology (SOT) Annual Meeting and ToxExpo featured more than 160 scientific sessions. As mentioned in a previous blog post, SOT members and staff traversed the Phoenix Convention Center throughout the five-day conference, intent on covering as many of the events as possible.
In case you missed any of this coverage in the whirlwind of Annual Meeting activity, we wanted to collect the links in a few easy to reference blog posts. In this post, we’re highlighting the sights of the Annual Meeting, the featured sessions, continuing education, and government and policy activities.
Sights of the 2014 Annual Meeting
- SOT Annual Meeting—Saturday in Pictures
- SOT Annual Meeting—Sunday in Pictures
- SOT Annual Meeting—Monday in Pictures
- SOT Annual Meeting—Tuesday in Pictures
- SOT Annual Meeting—Wednesday in Pictures
You can access a comprehensive day–by–day photo collection by visiting the Society of Toxicology 2014 Annual Meeting Gallery.
- Awards Abound at the 2014 SOT Annual Meeting by Michelle Werts
- Pluripotency and the Plenary Lecture: A Perfect Start to 2014's Scientific Sessions by Michelle Werts
- Jay I. Goodman Delivers Merit Award Lecture: "Toxicology is Part of the Solution" by Marcia G. Lawson
- A Conversation with Linda Birnbaum by Maureen Bunger
- A Call to Modernize Kidney Toxicity Assessments by Michelle Werts
- Brief Highlights from the MRC Lecture by Michelle Werts
- Investigating the Toxicity of Dioxin by Michelle Werts
- SOT Translational Impact Award Lecture: Using Clay to Improve Human and Animal Health by Michelle Werts
Continuing Education Sessions
- Basic Continuing Education Course on Inhalation Toxicology Gets off to a “Fiery” Start by Gary O. Rankin
- Advanced Continuing Education Course on Inhalation Toxicology Highlights Methods Innovations by Gary O. Rankin
Government and Policy Activities
- Securing Our Strong Partnership With NIEHS by Lois D. Lehman-McKeeman
- SOT Strives to Ensure TSCA Reform Is Based on Scientific Decision-Making by Marcia G. Lawson
Come back next week for our look back at the symposium sessions, career development, and research funding.