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Keeping Connected: Social Media as a Networking Tool for Researchers

By: David Crotty, Editorial Director, Journal Policy, Oxford University Press; and Gary W. Miller, Editor-in-Chief, Toxicological Sciences The dizzying volume of scientific output requires approaches to identify and consolidate important findings in the field. Our peer networks serve as a...

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President's Message: Implementing Changes to Enhance the Society

I am honored that you have given me this opportunity to serve as your President. In this, my first Communiqué message, I would like to take a moment to reflect on our Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, but then look to the future and provide an update on the Society’s new Strategic Plan ....

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An Emerging Class of Global Environmental Pollutants: The Perfluoroalkyl Substances

Last year, SOT developed five Toxicology Impact Statements to illustrate public health situations in which toxicology helped provide solutions and protection. The statements are available as PDFs on the SOT website , and this and the next four issues of the Communiqué will feature a...

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The Value of Professional Association Membership

There are more than 60,000 trade and professional associations in the United States alone (The Power of A 2019), representing a multitude of employment sectors, industries, and careers. While individual reasons for joining an association may vary from person to person, research has found that...