As a PhD student at UC Berkeley, I have had the privilege of attending various conferences in the fields of public health, toxicology, and cancer biology. I have, however, yet to attend a conference that focuses entirely on my research interest of endocrine disruptors.
It can be intimidating for graduate students to network with professional toxicologists. Sending out that first email can be nerve-wracking. Our series is from a graduate student’s perspective and will try to make this process less intimidating.
Posted By: Leigh Ann Burns Naas, PhD, DABT, ATS, ERT
Thu Jul 26th, 2018
The 2019 Annual Meeting and ToxExpo website is now online, and we are officially accepting registration applications and housing reservations for 58th SOT Annual Meeting. I encourage you to take advantage of the early-bird registration rates and the exclusive hotel fees that SOT has arranged.
The FutureTox IV Organizing Committee looks forward to bringing together basic, clinical, and regulatory scientists to translate toxicology in the 21st-century approaches into chemical risk assessment and regulatory decision-making impacting children’s health.