SOT Reporter Julia Tobacyk relays the perspectives offered during the Toxicological Sciences Featured Session at the SOT 58th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo on the topic “Mouse vs. Machine … Are Animal Studies Being Supplanted by Computers?”
SOT Reporter Margaret Whittaker discusses the Toxicological Sciences Featured Session presented during the SOT 58th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo, which focused on the question “Mouse vs. Machine … Are Animal Studies Being Supplanted by Computers?”
During your time at the SOT 58th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo, be sure to visit the SOT Pavilion, Booth #3864 in the ToxExpo Exhibit Hall. The SOT Pavilion is an ideal location to meet with colleagues or find out more about Toxicological Sciences and the SOT Strategic Plan during the meeting.
In his “From the Editor’s Desk” remarks in the March 2019 issue of Toxicological Sciences, Editor-in-Chief Gary W. Miller emphasizes the importance of presenting sound evidence to those outside the scientific community. The Editor’s Highlights from this month’s issue also are presented here.
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.