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Improving Rigor in Toxicology with Systematic Reviews

By: Daniele Wikoff, PhD, Toxicological Sciences Associate Editor, and Gary W. Miller, Toxicological Sciences Editor-in-Chief We are all opinionated. We have our favorite musicians, artists, and foods. We can debate politics or fashion for hours on end. As scientists, we have our opinions...

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The Importance of Poster Presentations at Scientific Meetings: How to Make the Most of It

“Poster presentations are extremely important because one never knows who is going to be there or might seek out the work that is being presented,” says Christopher R. McCurdy, PhD, who is a professor of medicinal chemistry at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy. His research focuses...

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Exploring Advances in Predictive Toxicology to Reduce Adverse Children’s Health Outcomes

Stakeholders working together from governmental and regulatory agencies, research institutes, academia, and the chemical and pharmaceutical industry are addressing the complex challenges facing toxicologists in the 21st century. Henry Ford, business tycoon and founder of the Ford Motor Company,...

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Career Profile: Dori Germolec’s Journey from Physical Anthropology to Immunotoxicology

SOT member Dori R. Germolec, PhD, is the leader of the Systems Toxicology Group within the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) National Toxicology Program (NTP) in Durham, North Carolina. She earned her MA in physical anthropology from Duke University in 1983 and her PhD...