SOT Leadership announced its intention in March to provide additional funding to the Society’s committees and task forces for programs and activities aligned with the 2012-2015 Strategic Priorities/Goals of SOT.
On May 14, 2012 the National Capital Area Chapter held its Spring Symposium on "Systems Toxicology" at Lister Hill Auditorium on the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland.
SOT’s rousing Tox ShowDown was held on the evening of March 13 in conjunction with the 2012 SOT Annual Meeting in San Francisco. The event was organized by Sue Ford (recipient of SOT’s 2012 Undergraduate Educator award) and Jessica Placido of St. John’s, timekeeper and scorekeeper, respectively, and
SOT has been recognized on many occasions for their dedication to the mentoring of under-represented minorities and the support to diverse populations. This year, the Women in Toxicology (WIT) Special Interest Group (SIG) organized a Mentoring Breakfast pilot event at the SOT meeting in San Fran
On May 15, 2012, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Chapter (MASOT) held a very successful webinar on “Juvenile Toxicology.” MASOT President Janet Gould served as the webinar moderator and Robert M. Parker, Gregg D. Cappon, and Lynne Haber provided presentations.