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Environmental Concerns on the Navajo Nation: What I Learned When I Escaped My Office for the Field

How my laboratory group in the College of Pharmacy at the University of New Mexico (UNM) came to be in Blue Gap Tachee, Arizona—a small chapter in the middle of the Navajo Nation—is a story for another time, but there were several factors sufficient enough to garner our interest: There is a...

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Providing Expert Services in the SOT ToxExpo for 40 Years, Charles River and Covance Share in SOT’s Values and Mission

Each year, more than 330 exhibitors provide their expertise, display their products and technology, and communicate their services to the 6,500+ attendees of the SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. SOT is fortunate to have many partners who have been exhibiting at the meeting for decades. In...

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New Featured Sessions in San Antonio and Council and Volunteer Efforts to Advance the Society and Toxicology

I hope your holidays were restful and joyous. Now that they are behind us, we turn our attention to the 2018 Annual Meeting and ToxExpo —preparing posters, finalizing slides, selecting sessions to attend, making arrangements to connect with friends seen too infrequently, searching for...

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SOT Announces the 2018–2019 Election Results

Thank you to the members who participated in this year’s election. The members below were elected and will begin their service May 1, 2018. Vice President-Elect: George P. Daston, PhD Dr. Daston joined SOT in 1985, the same year that he began his still-active career as a toxicologist at...

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Toxicological Concerns in Older Adults, a Neglected Majority

By: Kenneth L. Hastings, MPH, DrPH, DABT, ATS; Florence G. Burleson, PhD; and Donna L. Mendrick, PhD One consequence of better health care and safer life styles has been an increase in the elderly population, both in the developing world and nations such as the United States, Europe, and...