Mid-Atlantic Society of Toxicology

Date: Thursday, October 31

Location: Sheraton Edison Hotel Raritan Center in Edison, New Jersey

2019 Fall Meeting Theme: Immuno-Oncology

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Presentation from the Ambassador Award Winner James Klaunig

Presentation from Session Speaker Helen Haggerty

The annual MASOT Fall Meeting will be held on Thursday, October 31 at the Sheraton Edison Hotel Raritan Center in Edison, New Jersey.

This year’s theme will be Immuno-Oncology.

The recipient of the MASOT 2019 Ambassador Award is James Klaunig, PhD, Fellow ATS, Fellow IATP (Indiana University, School of Public Health).

The Program Committee has worked to bring together an exciting agenda for the day so we hope that many of you can attend.

The current list of speakers for this event includes:

  • Dr. James Klaunig (Indiana University) – Chemical Carcinogenesis: Where have we been, Where are we now
  • Dr. Helen Haggerty (Bristol-Myers Squibb) – Unleashing the Immune System to Fight Cancer
  • Dr. Curtis Maier (GlaxoSmithKline) – Nonclinical Safety Assessment of Immuno-Oncology Therapies
  • Dr. Michael Leach (Pfizer) – A Data-Driven and Risk-Based Approach to First-in-Human (FIH) Dose Selection 

In addition to the main scientific session, there will be an afternoon breakout session focused on the undergraduate students attending the meeting.

The agenda for this breakout session includes:

  • Dr. Kristian Fried (Colgate-Palmolive) – Introduction to Toxicology
  • Dr. Josh Gray (United States Coast Guard) – Opioid Toxicity
  • Dr. Lauren Aleksunes (Rutgers University) – Clinical Drug Toxicity
  • Danielle Kozlosky (Rutgers University) and Erin Huber (St. John’s University) – Pursuing Toxicology as a Career – From Internships to Graduate School

Early registration is now open and will remain active until October 25th.

Click here to register and take advantage of the lower fee for web registration!

MASOT Abstract submissions are due by October 10 to Lauren Aleksunes.

Plan on following the general SOT Poster guidelines when generating your poster. The only difference is that the poster boards for the MASOT meeting are 40”x60”, so please make sure your poster is no larger than these dimensions.













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