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Award Title Graduate Student Travel Award 
Award Description The purpose of the Northland SOT Chapter Student Travel Award is to help defray the cost to attend the national SOT Annual Meeting for one or more graduate student(s) from the Northland SOT region and to encourage student participation in Northland SOT Chapter activities. The award is to be used for travel-related expenses such as meeting registration, airfare, hotel, meals, etc.  
Deadline December 4 
Applicable Documents NLSOT Student Travel    
 
Award Title Merit Award 
Award Description The purpose of the Northland Society of Toxicology Merit Award is to recognize a current or former member of NLSOT for distinguished service and contributions to NLSOT and to the field of toxicology.  
Deadline August 31 
Applicable Documents Award Criteria   Nominating Form   Seconding Form    
 
Award Title Postdoctoral Travel Award 
Award Description The purpose of the Northland SOT Chapter Postdoctoral Travel Award is to help defray the cost to attend the national SOT Annual Meeting for one or more postdoctoral researcher(s) from the Northland SOT region and to encourage post-doctoral participation in Northland SOT Chapter activities. The award is to be used for travel-related expenses such as meeting registration, airfare, hotel, meals, etc.  
Deadline December 4 
Applicable Documents NLSOT PostDoc Travel    
 

Past Award Recipients

2019 NLSOT Fall Conference Elevator Speech Contest

  • Aleksandra Alcheva–First Place (University of Minnesota)
  • Valeria Guidolin–Second Place (University of Minnesota)

2019–2020 Travel Award

  • Aaron Mehus, University of North Dakota Postdoc

2019–2020 Merit Award

  • Robert Roy, PhD, DABT

2018–2019 Merit Award

  • Hillary M. Carpenter III, PhD

2018–2019 Graduate Student Travel Award

  • Paige Glumac, University of Minnesota—Twin Cities
    Graduate Student

2018 NLSOT Fall Conference Elevator Speech Contest

  • Ashlee Nelson – First Place (University of North Dakota)
  • Zachary Hoggarth – Second Place (University of North Dakota)

2017–2018 Graduate Student Travel Award

  • Emily Evanoff, University of North Dakota
    Graduate Student

2016–2017 Student Travel Award

  • Swojani Shrestha, University of North Dakota
    Graduate Student

2015–2016 Student Travel Awards

  • Jamie Van Gleason, University of North Dakota
    Graduate Student
  • Sarah Lacher, University of Minnesota—Duluth
    PostDoc

2014–2015 Student Travel Award

  • Elizabeth Sandquist, University of North Dakota
    Graduate Student

2013 Student Travel Awards

  • Jill Reynolds, University of Minnesota—Twin Cities
    Graduate Student
  • Andrea Slusser, University of North Dakota

2012 Student Travel Awards

  • Aaron Mehus, University of North Dakota
  • Brent Voels, University of North Dakota

2011 Student Travel Awards

  • Dan Consoer, University of Minnesota—Duluth
  • Jennifer Larson, University of North Dakota

2010 Student Travel Award

  • Sarah Skolness, University of Minnesota—Duluth

2009 Student Travel Award

  • Mark Walters, University of Minnesota—Duluth

2006 Regional Chapter Student Awards

  • Jessica Bertthiaume, University of Minnesota—Duluth
  • Kaleb Lund, University of Minnesota—Duluth
  • Tim O’Brien, University of Minnesota—Duluth
  • Joshua Pyatskowit, University of Minnesota—Duluth
  • Nicholette Zeliadt, University of Minnesota—Twin Cities

2005 Regional Chapter Student Awards

Sponsored by 3M Corporate

  • First Place: Kaleb Lund, University of Minnesota—Duluth
  • Second Place: Jessica Berthiaume, University of Minnesota—Duluth

2004 Regional Chapter Student Awards

Sponsored by 3M Corporate Toxicology and Regulatory Services

  • First Place: Kaleb Lund, University of Minnesota—Duluth
  • Second Place: Jessica Berthiaume, University of Minnesota—Duluth

2004 Regional Chapter Achievement Awards

Sponsored by 3M Corporate Toxicology and Regulatory Services

  • First Place: Robert Roy, 3M Company
  • Second Place: Pamela Shubat, Minnesota Department of Health

2003 Regional Chapter Student Poster Awards

Sponsored by the Northland Regional Chapter of SOT

  • First Place: Sara Carney, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
  • Second Place: Kevin Miller, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
  • Third Place: Tim O’Brien, University of Minnesota-Duluth

2002 Regional Chapter Student Poster Awards

Sponsored by the University of Minnesota, Toxicology Graduate Program

  • First Place: Sara Carney, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Relationship of the Single-electron Reduction Potential of Quinones to Their Ability to Undergo Redox Cycling Mediated by Rainbow Trout Microsomal Flavoproteins
  • Second Place: Timothy O’Brien University of Minnesota-Duluth
    Structural Determinants of Perfluorooctyl-Derivative-Mediated Induction of the Mitochondrial Permeability Transition
  • Third Place: Kevin Miller, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse
    Effects of Dietary Methylmercury on Reproductive Behavior of Fathead Minnows

2001 Regional Chapter Student Poster Awards

Sponsored by the University of Minnesota, Toxicology Graduate Program

  • First Place: Shunan Li University of Minnesota
  • Second Place: Deanna Luebker
  • Third Place: Michael Byrns

1999 Regional Chapter Student Poster Awards

Sponsored by the University of Minnesota, Toxicology Graduate Program

  • First Place (Two-way tie):
    Thomas Horn University of Minnesota
    Acute Exposure to Dimethylnitrosamine Results in Altered Hepatic Expression of Cytokine- and Apoptotic-Associated Genes

    Shaoyu Zhou, University of Minnesota-Duluth
    Subchronic Doxorubicin Administration Increases Mitochondrial-Mediated Cell Injury by Calcium Ionophores

  • Third Place (Two-way tie):
    Christen Larsen, University of Minnesota-Duluth
    Complement Activation in Trimellitic Anhydride (TMA)-Induced Pulmonary Hypersensitivity in the Guinea Pig

    Shunan Li, University of Minnesota
    Regulation of Stress-Activated Protein Kinases by Inhibitors of the Sodium-Potassium Ion Pump

 

 


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