The August 2016, Vol. 152, Issue 2 of Toxicological Sciences (ToxSci) now is available online. To have the email Table of Contents (eTOC) delivered to you as well as Advance Access notification of the latest papers and research in ToxSci as soon as these articles are accepted and posted to the website, register online.
As you Look Inside ToxSci, take note of the Editorial Three Years After by ToxSci Editor-in-Chief (EIC) Gary W. Miller regarding the start of his second term as EIC. A brief excerpt is provided below.
“This month marks the end of my first 3-year term as Editor-in-Chief of Toxicological Sciences. It has been my pleasure to serve in this role. The Board of Publications has invited me to serve another 3-year term and I am honored to accept this responsibility. As I look back over the past 3 years, I did not underestimate the difficulty of the position of Editor. It takes a lot of time, but even more energy. However, I did underestimate the benefits of the position. As Editor I have the privilege of serving as a quasi-spokesperson for the Journal, the Society, and even the field of Toxicology. Attending meetings and promoting the agendas of Toxicological Sciences and the Society of Toxicology is an enjoyable responsibility and one that I take seriously. I also get the first look at many exciting articles in the field and then have the honor of shepherding them through the peer-review process….So to our dear readers, I encourage you to continue to submit your work and to encourage others to do so as well. We rely on you to provide the best original research in the field of toxicology. I look forward to the next 3 years and welcome suggestions and comments from all of you.”
Also in Look Inside ToxSci, you will find four Editor's Highlights prepared by ToxSci Associate Editors Jodi A. Flaws on Embryonic Stem Cells for Toxicity Testing, Martin van den Berg on Computational Approaches for Big Toxicology Data, Anumantha G. Kanthasamy on miR Mirrors Retinal Toxicity, and Dr. Miller on p53 and Organogenesis.
The mission of ToxSci, the official journal of the Society of Toxicology, is to publish the most influential research in the field of toxicology.