In June, I wrote to encourage the voting members of SOT to review and approve the changes to the Constitution and Bylaws proposed by SOT Council. I am pleased to report that these changes were overwhelmingly approved and can be viewed on the SOT website.
The goal of the Global Senior Scholar Exchange Program (GSSEP) is to increase toxicology capacity in developing countries by providing professional opportunities for scientists through relationships supported by SOT.
This last article in the series focuses on formal and informal network opportunities available at the SOT Annual Meeting. Perhaps you will now find the networking process less intimidating by breaking it down into a few simple steps.
SOT encourages its members to pursue collaborative opportunities with other like-minded groups and societies—especially those organizations with which SOT has a relationship.
SOT has learned of the passing of Retired Full member Lawrence J. Fischer recently. Dr. Fischer was Professor Emeritus, Michigan State University, Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology.