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National Institutes of Health (NIH) Notices Intended for Early Career Scientists

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently released two notices for process improvements aimed at facilitating continuous engagement of scientists early in their careers. A January 17, 2020, Notice of Special Interest, “Administrative Supplement for Continuity of Biomedical and...


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Poster Tours for Trainees at the 2020 Annual Meeting: Guide Sign-Up through January 17

Dear Colleagues, The Postdoctoral Assembly (PDA) is pleased to announce that guide sign-up is open until January 17 for the Annual Poster Tours for Trainees event at the SOT Annual Meeting. The PDA is currently requesting that Full and Associate SOT members sign up as guides to lead a poster...


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SOT-Supported Summer Undergraduate Internships: Host Applications Due January 7

An important way that SOT supports undergraduate students exploring toxicology is by providing funding for summer research programs. Members at academic, industry, and government facilities may apply for matching funds for summer 2020 undergraduate internship positions. The application is due...


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2019 Domestic ToxScholar Outreach Program: Reflections

The Domestic ToxScholar Outreach program is managed by the Faculty United for Toxicology Undergraduate Recruitment and Education (FUTURE) Committee. Applications are accepted if funds remain to support travel and event costs so that a toxicologist can provide insight into toxicology and...


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Stay on Top of It All—Continuing Education Courses Available Online

Do you still need those last few recertification hours? Do you want to learn about the basics of systematic review or the industrial applications of computational toxicology? Or perhaps you want to bring your coworkers up to speed on PBPK applications in chemical safety assessment or the basics...


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Register Now for Career Resource and Development Committee (CRAD) Webinar "So, You Want to Be a Consultant"

Registration is open for the upcoming Career Resource and Development Committee (CRAD) webinar, “ So, You Want to be a Consultant. ” This webinar will take place on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm (EST), and Michael McCabe, Robson Forensic Inc., and I will chair the...


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So, You Want to Be a Consultant—Webinar Registration Is Open!

Michael McCabe, PhD, Robson Forensic, Inc., and I are chairing an upcoming SOT webinar that provides information on consulting as a career option in toxicology. The webinar is free for all members and is being hosted by the SOT Career Resource and Development Committee (CRAD). So, You Want to...


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Upcoming Webinars: January and February 2019

SOT Component Groups (Regional Chapters, Special Interest Groups, and Specialty Sections) and committees host webinars throughout the year. Webinars are an effective distance-learning method intended to impart scientific knowledge to members of their group as well as the SOT membership at large....


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The Write Skills for a Successful Toxicology Career—Webinar Registration Is Open!

Chaired By: Virunya Bhat, PhD, DABT, NSF International; and Amy Roe, PhD, DABT, Procter & Gamble Company Co-sponsored By: Career Resource and Development Committee and Graduate Education Subcommittee January 15, 2019, 1:00 PM ET Registration Register today to learn about resources...


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Volunteer for the Research Funding Insights Room at the SOT Annual Meeting

Are you a program officer or funding staff member who would like to meet with individuals looking for insight into the grant review process or specific grant opportunities available at your agency? The Career Resource and Development Committee invites you to volunteer in the Research Funding...