PANWAT is a Regional Chapter of the Society of Toxicology
Established in 1984
2018 Annual Meeting of the PANWAT Regional Chapter
Thank you to everyone that attended and supported our 2018 annual meeting at Seattle Genetics, Inc. in Bothell! It was a great meeting that featured Neurotoxicity: Mechanisms and Methods of Investigation. We would like to congratulate our student presentation winners and hope to see everyone in Baltimore this spring for the Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting.
Neurotoxicity: Mechanisms and Methods of Investigation
October 14–15, 2018
Seattle Genetics, Inc., Bothell, Washington
Please join us for the communicating your science workshop/networking event on Sunday, Oct. 14th led by Jennifer Wroblewski from the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research titled "What to do about your 'What do you do?'."
Then partake in the scientific sessions on Monday, Oct. 15th. Invited speakers include:
Brad Bolon, DVM, PhD; GemPath, Inc.
The FACTs of Peripheral Neuropathy: Findings, Actions, Causes and Testing
Toby Cole, PhD; University of Washington
Neurotoxicity of Air Pollution
J. Lowry Curley, PhD; AxoSim
Cutting Edge Techniques for Neuropathy Testing
Craig Marcus, PhD; Oregon State University—2017 PANWAT Achievement Award Recipient
For more information, please see the PANWAT meeting flyer.
Hotel Reservation: Saturday September 15
Early-Bird Registration: Saturday September 15
Abstract Submission: Saturday September 15
Online Registration: Monday October 8
Registration by mail is also available.
Student Travel Support:
Travel support will be provided by SOT and PANWAT to defray costs associated with distance travel (>200 miles, ~4 hr) and shared student lodging. These costs will be reimbursed for actual expenses, so please provide a list of expenses with receipts for reimbursement. Reimbursement includes costs associated with shared travel (mileage, gas, rental of shared vehicles) and shared lodging with other students. Additional information will be provided at the meeting.
PANWAT greatly appreciates the generous support of our meeting sponsors. The conference symposium will feature cutting edge research from regional toxicologists. This meeting is designed to meet the ongoing educational needs of regional toxicologists and students as well as to facilitate mentoring of emerging toxicologists. We expect participants from all regional universities that offer degrees in toxicology and health-sciences-related fields, as well as regional toxicologists from various industries (particularly pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries).
Are you interested in promoting your business while sponsoring PANWAT? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you in Bothell!