Ernest Hodgson, North Carolina State University, and the North Carolina Agromedicine Institute, Raleigh, NC, will present the Distinguished Toxicology Scholar Award Lecture, “ Environmental Chemicals: from Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology to Education and Outreach,” Tuesday, March 13.
Myung-Haing Cho will deliver the Leading Edge in Basic Science Award Lecture,”Inorganic Phosphate: Hidden Signal?,” on Tuesday, March 13, from 7:00 am-7:50 am in Room 304 of the Moscone Convention Center.
Some 50 families from around the Bay area spent Saturday figuring out what Snow White, Romeo and Juliet and the Madhatter have in common at the Lawrence Hall of Science. At the end of day, everyone solved the mystery and received certificates and smiles from the toxicologists and students
More than 100 toxicologists and undergraduate students had an opportunity to meet, enjoy dessert and talk about that progress that has been made building the undergraduate program over the past 24 years.
Sten G. Orrenius, Karolinska Institute of Environmental Medicine, Stockholm Sweden and William Slikker Jr., US FDA NCTR, Jefferson, Arkansas, are the co-chairs of symposium session, “Toxic Cell-Death: Signaling Pathways, Cross Talk, and High-Throughput Analysis.”