Dr. Burns Naas discusses the 30th anniversary of the CDI Undergraduate Diversity Program and highlights from the 2019–2023 Strategic Plan, as well as welcomes the new ToxSci Editor-in-Chief.
As a recipient of the SOT Diversity Initiatives Endowment Career Development Award, I was given an amazing opportunity to study differential gene expression methods at the National Center for Genome Research in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Matthew S. Bogdanffy, PhD, DABT, ATS, SOT Endowment Fund Board Chair, spoke with SOT Endowment Fund contributor and SOT member Adrian Nanez, PhD, Amgen Inc., about the Endowment Fund, how he has benefited from the funded programs, and why he gives back so generously.
Officially, the 53rd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo starts today, but for some ambitious undergraduates, their program commenced last night with the initial events of the 2014 SOT Annual Meeting's Undergraduate Education Program.
Wow, it was over 20 years ago that I started on my journey to becoming a Toxicologist. Ever since I was a little girl, whenever I was asked “what do you want to be when you grow up”, my immediate response was “I am going to be a doctor”.