IUTOX 15th International Congress of Toxicology (ICTXV): Book Housing Now

v2ICTXVLOGO.jpgThe IUTOX 15th International Congress of Toxicology (ICTXV), co-hosted by SOT, will take place July 15–18, 2019, at the Hawaii Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. ICTXV will explore “Toxicology Solutions for Global Public, Environmental, and Personal Health.” The ICT meetings are forums for scientists in academia, government, and industry from around the world to learn about the latest developments in toxicological science and regulation. Six years in the making, the inclusive and diverse program for ICTXV will highlight excellence in science and the practice of toxicology through 20 Symposia, 8 Continuing Education courses, and 4 Keynote Lectures.

Exclusive room rates are available now for ICTXV meeting participants. These meeting rates are being offered at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort—the meeting headquarters hotel—through June 14, 2019, as well as the Ala Moana Hotel by Mantra through June 26, 2019. However, attendees should plan to book their stay as soon as possible to ensure their preferred hotel and options are available, as July is peak travel season in Honolulu and hotel space will be in high demand. Both picturesque hotels are just a few minutes walk from the Hawaii Convention Center.

While in Honolulu, plan to take advantage of the many beautiful sights. Find out more about some of the area attractions and access tour information through the “Honolulu” web page of the ICTXV website. Your hotel concierge also will be able to assist you in arranging your activities before and after the ICTXV meeting.

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For more information on housing accommodations and booking a hotel, visit the “Housing Information” web page of the ICTXV website. See the “Registration” web page for details on registering to attend the ICTXV meeting.

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