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Build Toxicology Programs in Developing Countries: Apply to be a 2022 SOT Global Senior Scholar Host—Deadline June 1

The goal of the Global Senior Scholar Exchange Program (GSSEP) is to increase toxicology capacity in developing countries by providing professional opportunities for scientists through relationships supported by SOT. GSSEP Hosts are individual(s) interested in hosting a Global Senior...


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Graduate Students Receive Support to Attend the Virtual 2021 Annual Meeting

Each year, the Graduate Student Travel Support award funds travel to the SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo for outstanding graduate students presenting research during the meeting. As the Annual Meeting shifted to a virtual format for 2021, these young researchers still received support to attend...


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Submit Your Proposals Now for the 2022 SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo

With the Virtual 2021 Annual Meeting now in the on-demand phase through May 31, SOT and the Scientific Program Committee (SPC) have turned their attention to the 2022 SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo , taking place March 27–31, 2022, in San Diego, California. SOT is planning for an in-person...


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President’s Message: Looking Back and Looking Forward

Dear Colleagues: It’s been a little more than a year since the start of the pandemic and almost a year since I assumed the duties of SOT President. It’s been a year like no other for all of us. We have all had to adapt to working and interacting remotely. Mundane tasks that we never thought...


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2021 Annual Meeting Report: Discussing New Models and Exposure Systems during the 2021 Respiratory Toxicology Poster Session

The year 2020 marked the spread of a global pandemic that took the world by surprise and halted life as we knew it. It also emphasized the dangers posed by air-borne pathogens and their potential to cause massive havoc. For a respiratory toxicologist, these were interesting times! Scientific...


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2021 Annual Meeting Report: Rebecca Fry Delivers Translational Impact Award Lecture

Dr. Rebecca Fry, a professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was awarded the 2021 SOT Translational Impact Award for her translational research on developmental toxicants and public health. Her Award Lecture during the 2021 SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo, “The Placenta: A...


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2021 Annual Meeting Report: The Future of Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) in Next-Generation Risk Assessment

The threshold of toxicological concern (TTC) is a science-based concept that categorizes chemicals with low-level exposures. No appreciable human health risk for a lifetime of 70 years is expected for exposure values below the TTC. The US Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) Threshold of...


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An Afternoon to Reflect upon Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Toxicology Education

SOT is committed to embracing diversity and optimizing inclusion. To kick off the Virtual 2021 SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo, 47 SOT members from 42 different institutions representing all sectors of toxicology (academia, government, and industry) came together on Friday, March 12, to consider...


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2021 Annual Meeting Report: Fundamental Quantitative Principles for Improving Toxicological Science and Risk Assessment

Why do some toxicologists make inadequate propositions or assumptions while interpreting quantitative data? And why do these same mistakes occur repeatedly? It all comes down to violation of three fundamental quantitative principles. This was presented by Dr. Wout Slob, the recipient of the 2019...


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2021 Annual Meeting Report: Using the Placenta to Study Environmental Exposures

The placenta is a very unique organ, responsible for ensuring the healthy development of fetuses early in life. However, we still know very little about this organ despite its importance. During the 2021 SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo Symposium Session titled “Environmental Influences on...