Annual Meetings of the PANWAT Regional Chapter
The Art and Science of Research Translation in Toxicology
October 6–8, 2011
Given the importance of toxicological research in society, it is critical that scientists translate research findings to diverse audiences. Successful translation of basic research can result in informed public health actions and science-based policies. Examples of translation include communicating with broad audiences, using new information or approaches to assess and manage risk, transferring tools and technology to stakeholders and assisting officials, communities and individual to make informed decisions based on new findings. An emphasis on regional approaches to translating toxicological research will be given at the 2011 PANWAT meeting.
*Note: These deadlines are for reduced rates.
Hotel Reservation Information:
Location: Bonneville Hot Springs Resort & Spa
*Breakfast buffet is $10 per person additional to rates above.
For reservations, contact Chloe or Lisa directly at 509.427.7767, ext. 0. If neither are available, please leave a voicemail with a return number so they can confirm the reservation.
Additional accommodations near Bonneville Hot Springs are listed below (please note that PANWAT does not have group rates at these hotels):
Best Western, Cascade Locks, Oregon (541.374.8777)
Columbia Gorge Motel, Cascade Locks, Oregon (541.374.0015)
Columbia Gorge Riverside Lodge, Stevenson, Washington (509.427.5650)
Rodeway Inn, Stevenson, Washington (509.427.5628)
Skamania Lodge, Stevenson, Washington (800.221.7117)
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