Dr. Roth spoke with SOT Endowment Fund Paracelsus Circle Visionary Daniel Acosta about why he and his wife, Patricia, are committed to aiding students from various backgrounds and to helping the Society advance its mission.
The Graduate Education Subcommittee of the Education Committee will accept initial applications for the new SOT Graduate Intern Fellowship in Toxicology (GIFT) as late as February 15, 2019.
Knowing the value of diverse experiences during graduate school to gain confidence and insight into future career paths, support from the SOT Endowment Mission Funds has been earmarked to enable SOT member graduate students to participate in a meaningful, student-identified internship experience.
We are pleased to present the 2017–18 Endowment Fund Annual Report demonstrating the Endowment Fund’s continued growth over the last fiscal year, the important ways students and other colleagues have benefited from your contributions, and the ways it is used to create lasting impact for and by SOT.
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.