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PANWAT 2007 Annual Meeting

The Pacific Northwest Regional Chapter of the Society of Toxicology
(PANWAT)
and the University of Washington School of Public Health

Present

AM 2007

Infinitesimally small particles are poised to revolutionize science and technology. Join us to explore how nanotechnology may impact our health, our environment, and our understanding of incredibly tiny objects.

Friday,
September 14
Saturday,
September 15
8:00 AM–7:00 PM
8:00 AM–2:00 PM

University of Washington
South Campus Center


Call for Abstracts—Deadline August 31, 2007

The Pacific Northwest Regional Chapter of the Society of Toxicology (PANWAT) invites you to submit an abstract for a poster presentation or a platform session.

Call for Abstracts (PDF) | Submission Instructions (PDF) |
Poster Instructions
(PDF) | Platform Instructions (PDF)


Registration—Early Registration Deadline September 6, 2007

Registration Information | Registration Form (Word Doc) (PDF)
Housing (PDF) | Map

Registration includes:

  • All scientific sessions
  • Plenary lecture
  • Friday breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Saturday breakfast and lunch

Undergraduate student registration is free.


PANWAT 2007 Speakers—Preliminary List

Honorable Brian Baird
Congressman | United States Congress

Nanotechnology and health

Friday

Matt O'Donell, PhD
Dean | College of Engineering
University of Washington

Engineered nanosystems and human health: potential & concerns

François Baneyx, PhD
Professor | Chemical Engineering
University of Washington

Incorporating toxicology into the design of nanomaterials

Barbara Beck, PhD DABT
Principal | Gradient Corporation

Risk Assessments of Nano Particles

Jefferson Foote, PhD
Chief Science Officer 
Arrowsmith Technologies

A nanodevice that confines ligand to a body compartment, extends pharmacokinetic lifetime, and actively manages ligand bioavailability

Bruce Fowler, PhD, Fellow ATS
Assistant Director for Science, Division
of Toxicology | ATSDR

Mechanisms of semiconductor nanoparticle toxicity: Lessons learned from micron-range III–V semiconductor particles


University of Washington
South Campus Center

For more information contact Bruce Kelman
at (425) 556-5555 or bkelman@veritox.com.

 

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Announcements

2017 PANWAT Meeting
October 1–2

Important Deadlines:

Hotel Reservation:
Sunday, September 3

Early-Bird Registration:
Sunday, September 3

Abstract Submission:
Friday, September 15

Online Registration:
Thursday, September 28


Toxicology
Achievement Award


2017 Meeting Sponsors:

Mt. Rainier (Platinum)


Orca (Silver)


Chinook (Bronze)