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Upcoming Webinars on Science Communication

Beginning on Friday, February 19, the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science, with additional support from the Rita Allen Foundation, will be offering a three-part webinar series focusing on science communication. Registration is now open for this series, entitled “ Willingness to Engage...


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Upcoming Undergraduate Educator Network Webinar: “Publishing Teaching Resources for the Toxicology Professor: From Service to Scholarship”

The Undergraduate Educator Network (UEN) is the SOT community for those interested and engaged in undergraduate education. Facilitated by the FUTURE (Faculty United for Toxicology Undergraduate Recruitment and Education) Committee, the UEN is open to any SOT member (sign up by adding to your...


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SOT Concludes a Successful 2020 Virtual Meeting

With the final webinar held on June 30, SOT has concluded its 2020 Virtual Meeting sessions, marking a successful—if unanticipated—scientific program. This meeting was the result of much hard work on the part of the SOT leadership and member volunteers. Thank you to those who offered their time...


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Upcoming Non-SOT Meetings and Training Opportunities

Many SOT partners and groups with which the Society is affiliated, as well as government agencies, are hosting upcoming virtual meetings, webinars, and workshops that may be of interest to SOT members. FASEB Member Virtual Conferences and Meetings The American Society for Nutrition (ASN)...


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SOT FDA Colloquium May 28: “Integrated Approaches to Testing and Assessment: The Future of Regulatory Toxicology Assessment”

SOT and the US Food and Drug Administration Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (US FDA/CFSAN) cordially invite you to join us for our May 28 colloquium , “Integrated Approaches to Testing and Assessment: The Future of Regulatory Toxicology Assessment.” There is no charge for this...


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2020 Virtual Meeting: Diving Deeper with Single Cell Analytical Tools

Accurately and efficiently connecting molecular changes to pathogenic phenotypes is paramount in toxicological research. Transcriptomic and proteomic analyses are traditional investigatory approaches, though exact transcript and protein content can vary from cell to cell in any given tissue....


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Free Webinars to Improve Science Communication

The Alda-Kavli Learning Center of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University provides resources and training opportunities—many for free—year-round. Through monthly webinars, leaders in the field of science communication offer guidance and expertise “for...


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2020 Virtual Meeting Program Expands; Plus, How Others Are Sharing Scientific Content Virtually

Beyond the efforts of the SOT Scientific Program and Continuing Education Committees, we know that many of our members and exhibitors also are finding innovative ways to share research, updates, and information originally planned for the 2020 meeting. For example, colleagues in Texas led by Ivan...


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SOT Financial Update and New 2020 Virtual Session Announcements

SOT leadership continues to assess and prioritize activities resulting from the cancellation of the Annual Meeting. We appreciate your patience as we work to address the myriad facets of affected SOT activities. In this weekly message, we want to talk with you about our continuing efforts to...


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Upcoming Webinars: April 2020

SOT Component Groups (Regional Chapters, Special Interest Groups, and Specialty Sections) and Committees host webinars throughout the year. Webinars are an effective distance-learning method intended to impart scientific knowledge to members of each group as well as the SOT membership at large....