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SOT Special Interest Group Spotlight: Hispanic Organization of Toxicologists

The Hispanic Organization of Toxicologists (HOT) was founded in 2004 and became an SOT Special Interest Group in 2006. The main goals of HOT are to contribute to the dissemination of toxicological information and issues as they relate to Ibero-American communities and to promote the careers...

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Register and Submit an Abstract for FutureTox V: New Technologies to Evaluate Organ-Specific Effects of Drugs and Chemicals

Registration and abstract submissions are now open for FutureTox V: New Technologies to Evaluate Organ-Specific Effects of Drugs and Chemicals, taking place November 8–9, 2021, at the Friday Conference Center at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. FutureTox V will focus on issues of...

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Apply to Participate in Science Communication Training

On June 29, the first 24 recipients of the SOT Science Communications Training Award participated in a three-hour workshop led by instructors with the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. The workshop was well received, and SOT is pleased to open the application for the next round of...

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SOT Special Interest Group Spotlight: Association of Scientists of Indian Origin

The Association of Scientists of Indian Origin (ASIO), an SOT Special Interest Group (SIG), is an organization of more than 200 active members who are scientists from academia, industry, and nonprofit organizations. The group acts as a scientific and educational society that establishes open...

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SOT Special Interest Group Spotlight: Out Toxicologists and Allies

The Out Toxicologists and Allies (OTA) Special Interest Group was officially formed in 2019 with the vision to support the inclusion, promotion, retention, and professional development of individuals that identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and related community members (LGBT+) in...

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Announcing 2022 SOT Global Senior Scholar Host Applications: Accepted through 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 individuals interested in hosting a Global Senior Scholar...

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SOT and Alda Center Partner to Bring Science Communication Training to SOT Members—Apply to Participate

SOT is thrilled to announce its multi-year partnership with the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University . This partnership will bring the Alan Alda Center’s unique science communication training, which is built on the foundations of improvisational theater, to the...

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Employers and Job Seekers: Search the SOT Job Bank for Your Next Opportunity

The SOT Education and Career Development Committee strives to provide you with the tools you need to further your career. The SOT Job Bank is designed with the SOT membership in mind and is used exclusively to advertise jobs in toxicology or closely related sciences. It provides a “one-stop...

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Undergraduate Faculty Development Grant Success: Charter Your Own Path as an Early Career Researcher with the NCFDD

It gives me immense pleasure to write this blog about my SOT-funded Undergraduate Faculty Development Grant at the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD) last year. I am currently working as an Associate Professor in the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Shoolini...

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SOT March 2020 Bylaws Change Approved by Voting Members

In January, I wrote to encourage the voting members of SOT to review and vote on the changes to the Bylaws proposed by the SOT Council. I am pleased to report that these changes were overwhelmingly approved and can be viewed on the SOT website . The changes this year focused on updating...