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Special Interest Groups

SOT Special Interest Groups (SIGs) bring together scientists who share a common interest in issues germane to specific communities. Membership to SIGs is open to all SOT members in good standing as well as non-SOT members.


Special Interest Group Collaboration Group

The Special Interest Group Collaboration Group (SIG-CG) is a governance group comprised of 12 members representing the six SOT Special Interest Groups (SIGs). Each Special Interest Group selects two representatives and determines their duration of time to be served. At least one of the two representatives from each SIG must be on the board of their SIG. The Collaboration Group Co-Chairs are from different Special Interest Groups and serve a two-year term.

The mission of the SIG-CG is to:

  1. Support the collective voice of all Special Interest Groups—while recognizing their diversity in interests, size and dynamic—in order to facilitate exchange among the individual SIGs;
  2. Emphasize global outreach efforts, including connections with members outside the US;
  3. Enhance and formalize a communication strategy between Council and SIGs; and
  4. Address emerging global issues in toxicology.


Founded 2004

American Association of Chinese in Toxicology

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Founded 2006

Association of Scientists of Indian Origin

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Founded 2004

Hispanic Organization of Toxicologists

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Founded 2006

Korean Toxicologists Association in America

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Founded 2008

Toxicologists of African Origin

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Founded 2001

Women in Toxicology

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