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Summer 2017 
Council and CRAD Collaborating on Mentorship in 2017–2018
Dr. Ganey highlights the Society’s commitment to and the importance of mentoring and provides updates on SOT’s partnerships with the Japanese Society of Toxicology (JSOT) and the International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX).
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The Role of Societies in Increasing Collaboration across Disciplines— Communicating in Toxicology (Part 2 of 2)
Cross-disciplinary collaborations are increasingly vital in science. This article explores how SOT is addressing the opportunities and challenges of getting toxicology a seat at the table.
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Predatory Journals: How to Spot and Avoid Them
With an increasing number of poor-quality scientific journals appearing in the marketplace, the authors provide context on the rise of predatory journals and offer guidance on how to avoid their traps.
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Informational Interviews: What Are They and Why Should I Be Conducting Them?
Informational interviews can be invaluable in helping decide future career directions, but many people are unfamiliar with them. This Q&A provides insight into how to approach and conduct them.
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Receiving a Peek into Toxicology: How a Pfizer SOT Undergraduate Travel Award Changed My Career Trajectory
In the 11 years since it was first bestowed, the Pfizer SOT Undergraduate Travel Award has influenced a whole new generation of toxicologists. Dr. Johnson is one of them.
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Crafting a Successful Abstract Submission
More than 2,700 abstracts are submitted each year for the SOT Annual Meeting. The SOT Scientific Program Committee chair and co-chair share how to improve the chances of your abstract being accepted for presentation.
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Supporting Career Advancement for All SOT Members through Mentoring and Professional Development
The SOT Career Resource and Development Committee (CRAD) has been examining the Society’s mentoring programs and is ready to begin developing new resources and opportunities for SOT members.
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