Continuing Education Course Proposals Wanted—2021 SOT Annual Meeting

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SOT Continuing Education (CE) courses are a unique opportunity for toxicologists like you to share the latest in established knowledge and methods within all facets of toxicology. Each CE course draws 100+ attendees for more than three hours of dedicated course time. With an emphasis on attendee learning, CE courses offer organizers the best opportunity to share their knowledge and expertise with fellow toxicologists.

CE course proposals are submitted along with other Scientific Sessions—such as Symposia and Workshops—for each SOT Annual Meeting. In developing your proposal, be sure to consider whether your idea might be appropriate for a CE course.

For more information about submitting a CE course proposal, please visit the 2021 SOT Annual Meeting Proposal Site. The deadline is June 12, so don’t delay!


Special Topics of Interest as CE Courses

The CE Committee welcomes course proposals on all topics relevant to toxicology. To help meet the educational needs of SOT members, the CE Committee has developed a shortlist of desired topics and strongly encourages proposals that cover these areas.

  • 3D/Organ-on-a-Chip/MPS
  • Nanotoxicology
  • Biologics
  • QSAR
  • Endocrine
  • Regulatory Guidelines and Practices
  • Exposure Toxicology
  • Safety Pharmacology for Industry
  • Gene/Cell-Based Therapies
  • SEND Guide
  • Green Chemical Development
  • Single Cell Approaches
  • Machine Learning and Other
    Cutting-Edge Tools in Toxicology
  • Tissue Barrier in Toxicology (e.g., BBB)
  • Microbiome



Develop a Great Course Proposal

The CE Committee is ready to help. If you are interested in receiving guidance on your draft proposal, you are welcome to submit your proposal to the Committee for initial feedback. Use this feedback to better highlight the importance and impact of your course content and increase the competitiveness of your proposal.


Unique Learning Opportunities

Do you wish to incorporate novel technologies (e.g., polling, live demonstrations) or novel methods such as “flip the classroom” into your CE course? Contact the CE Committee in advance to discuss how best to incorporate these methods into your proposal.

We look forward to reviewing your proposals for the 2021 SOT Annual Meeting!

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