The SOT Communications Committee awarded the Landmarks Program Award to the Ames Test because of its significance to our field and to science in general. The plaque was given to Dr. Bruce Ames, who with his colleagues at UC Berkeley, developed the Salmonella reverse mutation assay (the Ames Test).
The SOT Annual Meeting is the largest scientific meeting of toxicologists in the world and the 52st Annual Meeting is sure to draw thousands of attendees. Becoming a sponsor of this important event demonstrates your organization’s commitment to SOT’s mission of “creating a safer and healthier world
The 2013 Annual Meeting website is open and is a vital resource for preparing you to attend this meeting. This is a website you will want to bookmark: SOT 2013 Annual Meeting.
SOT members are encouraged to visit the Historical Images, photo galleries, located on ToXchange. There are more than 110 images of the 2012 SOT Annual Meeting. Scroll over the photo to see the capture and click on the image for additional information that may be provided.
From the top of the hills of the University of California Berkeley campus to the middle of San Francisco at the Moscone Convention Center,the Education Committee K-12 Subcommittee conducted and promoted toxicology outreach in conjunction with the 2012 Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting.