On April 30, I received an “e-baton” from Society of Toxicology (SOT) 2014–2015 President Norb Kaminski, who was getting ready to step into his new role as SOT 2015–2016 Past President.
With summer quickly coming to an end and a new school year almost upon us, it draws my attention to one of the most important services that the Society of Toxicology (SOT) provides to its membership, continuing education.
I’m starting this President’s message with a quiz!!! It’s just one question, but it’s important that everyone knows the answer. The question is: What do prenatal programming and toxicity, perfluorinalkyl acids and human relevance of hemangiosarcomas in rodents have in common?
It’s said that time flies when you are having fun. The summer months have been a busy and productive time for SOT. Although busy, it has also been rewarding and enjoyable, and indeed, the time has flown by.
Perhaps it is only fitting that for the Society of Toxicology (SOT), spring also brings the start of the new administrative year for the Society. With that, I am both honored and humbled to begin my term as President of the SOT.