The Society of Toxicology is an educational, nonprofit organization governed by elected members from the Society. All members partner with the Society in advancing science to enhance human, animal, and environmental health.
Looking for an SOT member? Members can access the full SOT Membership Directory on ToXchange for up-to-date contact and bio information. Rosters are available for SOT Council and Committees, as well as Regional Chapter, Special Interest Group, and Specialty Section Leadership.
Become part of the largest toxicology society in the world. The Society of Toxicology consists of more than 7,800 members from more than 60 countries, drawn from academic institutions, industry, and government service, among others.
Go to: SOT membership application
Join an SOT Group
SOT members join other individuals with like-minded interests through membership in the Society’s Regional Chapters, Special Interest Groups, and Specialty Sections, which all support the mission of advancing science to enhance human, animal, and environmental health.
Information on joining an SOT Group
Member Types, Benefits, and Fees
SOT membership consists of four main categories, which provide members with a wide variety of benefits, including free access to the Society’s official journal, Toxicological Sciences
; reduced registration fees for the SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo; and more.
Information on SOT Membership Types, Benefits, and Fees
Sponsor a Member Application
If you are already a member of the Society and know an individual applying to join, you can provide your support using this simple application portal.
Go to: Sponsor a Member form
The Society relies on the contributions of countless volunteers to continue being a leading global force and resource for advancing toxicology. Request to join a committee, assist with the SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo, or other activities today.
Go to: SOT Volunteer form