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HOT - Sister Organizations

Sister Organizations

The Hispanic Organization of Toxicologists is reaching out to identify and establish links with national and international organizations interested and involved in toxicology. We serve as facilitator and catalyst for interaction, fellowship, networking, professional development and the sharing of ideas and knowledge among Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking toxicologists and members of the Society of Toxicology. We seek to extend the current knowledge, ideas and research findings of HOT and SOT members to the rest of the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking world, and vice versa.

In order to achieve this goal it is essential to establish a consortium with organizations in United States and with the international Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking scientific communities, and we hope to accomplish this through the HOT Sister Organizations. We emphasize the need to consolidate knowledge and enhance the transfer of this knowledge to our members and Sister Organizations. We welcome our Sister Organizations for their interest, solidarity and commitment to engage in this effort and expand on this common cause.

HOT’s Interaction with Other Organization Guidelines

Mutual Interaction Agreement PDF

Acuerdo de Interacción Mutua PDF

Plano de Interação com as Organizações Irmãs (Portuguese) PDF

Global Outreach Principles and Definitions PDF

Societies (in Alphabetical Order)

Asociación Latinoamericana de Toxicología (ALATOX)

Asociación Española de Toxicología (AETOX)


Asociación Toxicologíca Argentina (ATA)

Asociación Venezolana de Toxicología Médica

Fundación Plagbol

Red Iberoamericana de Toxicología y Seguridad Química (RITSQ)

Sociedade Brasileira de Toxicología

Sociedad de Toxicología de Chile (SOTOX)

Sociedad Cubana de Toxicología (SOCTOX)

Sociedad Mexicana de Toxicología (SOMTOX)

Society for Risk Analysis Latin America (SRA-LA)


Universidad de Cartagena Colombia

Toxicologia Acuatica y Ambiental Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Center for Environmental and Toxicological Research of the University of Puerto Rico

Escuela Academico-Profesional de Toxicología, Universidad Mayor de San Marcos, Lima, Perú