Annual Meetings of the PANWAT Regional Chapter
New Technologies in Toxicology and Environmental Health
September 29–30, 2016
Lasells Stewart Center, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
We invite you to join your colleagues to discuss the development of exciting new technologies and approaches in toxicology and environmental health research.
Dr. Kai Wang, Institute for Systems Biology, Keynote Speaker
Recent Advances and Applications on Sequencing Based Circulating MicroRNA Analysis
Dr. Ed Kelly, University of Washington
Organs on Chips & Reducing the Need for Animal Studies
Dr. Kristen Mitchell, Boise State University
Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor in Liver Fibrosis and Regeneration
Dr. Stefan Linehan, ImaBiotech
Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Imaging in Evaluation of Drug Efficacy and Toxicity
Dr. Terrance Kavanagh, University of Washington
2015 Toxicology Achievement Award Recipient
PANWAT 2016 Meeting Flyer
Housing Deadline—September 8
Abstract Deadline—September 14
Early-Registration Deadline—September 23
Thursday, September 29
Work-Shadow Program (activities scheduled throughout day or week):
Details to follow
Students and postdocs will have the opportunity to spend the day with regional toxicologists working in academia, government, industry and consulting. The Work Shadow Program, hosted in collaboration with the OSU Superfund Research Center, will function to introduce young scientists to a range of toxicological careers including biotechnology, consulting, public health, environmental protection, forensic, and regulatory toxicology and academic research. Based on interest, participants will be matched and spend a portion of the day shadowing regional toxicologists on the job.
PANWAT Evening Reception, The Vue, 517 SW 2nd Street, Corvallis, OR
Friday, September 30
PANWAT Speaker Presentations, Poster Session, and Sponsor Exhibits: 8:30 am–5:30 pm, LaSells Stewart Center, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
We encourage abstract submissions from students, postdocs and professionals in academia, government, industry, and commercial sectors. All students and postdocs are eligible to win presentation awards.
Abstracts should be limited to 250 words (not including title, authors, and affiliations). Indicate preference for presentation type (poster, platform, or either) on your submission. A limited number of poster presenters will be invited to give a flash talk (five-minute platform with two slides).
Submit abstracts by email to Susan Tilton through September 14.
Registration is now open with discounted rates available through September 23rd. Please follow the registration links below. On-site registration will be available at the conference Sept. 29-30th.
PANWAT Online Registration—for SOT members
When registering online, start by selecting the Registration type on the right side of your screen. This will prompt the correct registration information below.
PANWAT Mail-In Registration Form—for Non=SOT members
Reservations can be made at Hilton Garden Inn (adjacent to the LaSells Stewart Center on the OSU campus). Request the PANWAT group rate of $124/night by September 8th. Please make reservations early to ensure availability.
Hilton Garden Inn
2500 SW Western Boulevard
Corvallis, OR 97333
Student Travel Support:
Travel support will be provided by SOT and PANWAT to defray costs associated with distance travel (> 200 miles, ~4 hr) and shared student lodging. These costs will be reimbursed for actual expenses, so please provide a list of expenses with receipts for reimbursement. Reimbursement includes costs associated with shared travel (mileage, gas, rental of shared vehicles) and shared lodging with other students. Additional information will be provided at the meeting.
The conference symposium will feature cutting edge research from regional toxicologists. This meeting is designed to meet the ongoing educational needs of regional toxicologists and students as well as to facilitate mentoring of emerging toxicologists. We expect participants from all regional universities that offer degrees in toxicology and health-sciences-related fields, as well as regional toxicologists from various industries (particularly pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries).
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