Timothy J. Shafer, US Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, will deliver the In Vitro Lecture, “Can In Silico and/or In Vitro Testing be used for Toxicity Assessment Instead of In Vivo Approaches?,” Monday, March 12, 12:00 noon–1:20 pm, Marriott Marquis.
There are many activities to facilitate international dialogue at the SOT Annual Meeting. Among these opportunities is the Global Collaboration Coffee, which helps to bring together the representatives of societies from around the globe.
Panelists will be on hand for this special informational session entitled, “Global Health and Environmental Impacts of E-Waste Recycling” at 12:10 pm on Monday, March 12 to talk about this global problem and the impacts it has on the developing world and the global environment. Plan to attend.
Find out why chemical grouping, comparative and read-across approaches are pragmatic, logical and reliable tools for conducting safety assessments of plan-derived cosmetic ingredients. The session will be held at 9:15 am on Monday, March 12 in Room 305 of the Moscone Convention Center.
Starting at 12:30 pm, Monday, March 12, attendees to the 51st Annual Meeting will have an opportunity to hear Curtis Klaassen present his Merit Award Lecture entitled, “Reprogramming the Liver.” The 2012 Merit Award is being presented to Dr. Klaassen for his distinguished contributions to toxicolog