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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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New Learning Opportunities Await at the 2019 Annual Meeting

Diverse educational courses offered on Sunday, March 10, at the SOT Annual Meeting. Course eBook and coffee included! The SOT Continuing Education Committee is pleased to offer a wide-range of Continuing Education (CE) courses on Sunday, March 10, at the SOT Annual Meeting in Baltimore,...

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Biotherapeutic Development: Lessons Learned and Future Considerations to Solve the Conundrum

Recent years have seen an increasing surge in the development of novel biotherapeutics. Preclinical safety evaluation plays a crucial role in drug development and the highly diverse modalities and complexity of biotherapeutics poses several development challenges, such as identifying relevant...

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Discovering CRISPR-Cas9 Applications for Toxicologists

The "CRISPR-Cas9 for Toxicologists" sunrise Continuing Education course was comprised of two lectures, one being on the structure and function of CRISPR and second on its applications in toxicology. Both talks were stupendously organized and informative. The graphs, cartoons, and videos...

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23 and Toxicology: The Future is Now

If you didn’t get the play of words in the title, you probably are not watching TV or reading the newspapers. If you did, you should realize that personal genome exploration has reached the consumer economy, and it is as easy to get tested for about one million single nucleotide polymorphisms ...

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2015 CE Course Spotlight: Skeletal System Endocrinology and Toxicology

Submitted by Susan Y. Smith and Alan Hoberman, Chairpersons of the 2015 Continuing Education PM11 (CE/CME) course What tissue is a key regulator of growth, energy metabolism, muscle and fat mass; interacts with organ systems including the kidney, reproductive, and immune systems; renews...

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2015 CE Course Spotlight: Is Synthetic Biology the Future of Toxicology? (PM10)

Submitted by Saber M. Hussain and Dan Huh, Chairpersons of the 2015 Continuing Education PM10 (CE) course Do you want to develop next-generation in vitro systems that more closely mimic an accurate physiological environment? Interested in a human breathing lung-on-a-chip and the...

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2015 CE Course Spotlight: Interpretation of Cardiovascular Safety Data in Toxicology Studies (PM09)

Submitted by John Kremer, Chairperson of the 2015 Continuing Education (CE) course PM09. Cardiovascular safety liabilities continue to be a major cause of drug attrition in late-stage clinical trials and post-market approval. Preclinical studies are increasingly incorporating more rigorous...