Science Alert: Summer Toxicology Forum and 9th CTDC and XIXCBTox

The meetings announced below maybe of interest to you. For specific information, please contact the society organizing the event.

41st Annual Summer Meeting of the Toxicology Forum—July 12–16, 2015

The 41st Toxicology Forum Annual Summer Meeting will take place July 12–16, 2015, at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Toxicology Forum meeting provides a unique opportunity for industry, academic, and government scientists to engage in productive discussions of highly controversial subjects that are of great importance. The goal of the dialogue at these meetings is not only to delineate agreement but also to determine areas of disagreement in a fashion that leads to identifying gaps and a greater understanding of the path(s) forward to bridge them. The Summer Meeting will feature the Ian Munro Keynote Lecture by Thomas Jones, Eli Lilly & Company, as well as scientific sessions and topical updates. Information about the program, housing, and registration is available on The Toxicology Forum website. For further information, please contact Kevin Merritt, phone: 703.547.0876. Be sure to register by May 31 to take advantage of the discounted meeting registration rates.

9th Congress of Toxicology in Developing Countries and XIX Congresso Brasileiro de Toxicologia—November 7–10, 2015

“Advancing Toxicology Sciences in Developing Countries” is the goal of the 9th Congress of Toxicology in Developing Countries (9th CTDC) and XIX Congresso Brasileiro de Toxicologia (Brazilian Congress of Toxicology, XIX CBTox) that will be held November 7–10, 2015, at the Convention Center of Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. Although many toxicology meetings have been held in Brazil with a global perspective, this is the first time that this country will host an international toxicology meeting covering all areas of this discipline, ranging from Genetic Toxicology and Food Safety to Mitochondrial Toxicity and Toxicogenomics. The Congress is organized in plenary lectures, symposia, poster and oral presentations, and commercial workshops from Sunday to Tuesday, November 8–10. Please note that Saturday, November 7 is dedicated to Continuing Education (CE) courses. Travel awards for participants from developing countries will be offered by the International Union of Toxicology and additional information is available on the IUTOX website. Visit the 9th CTDC and XIX CBTox website to view the program and additional meeting details on exhibits, sessions, CE courses, and registration application deadlines. The Brazilian Society of Toxicology is looking forward to your participation to help us to make this event memorable.

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