Awards

Award Title Graduate Student Award 
Award Description The Ethical, Legal, Forensics, and Societal Issues (ELFSI) SS Graduate Student Award was created to encourage graduate students interested in research relevant to ethical, legal, forensics, and societal issues in toxicology. The recipient of this award will be announced at the ELFSI SS Luncheon during the SOT Annual Meeting and will receive an achievement plaque from the ELFSI Specialty Section.

Award candidates must be members of SOT, or show evidence of application for SOT membership. Preference will be given to ELFSI Specialty Section members to highlight the importance of the investigator’s work to the field, however, graduate students in other Specialty Sections of SOT are encouraged to apply.

Applicants must submit:

1. Accepted SOT abstract (electronic form)

2. Synopsis of their research and how it applies to ethical, legal, forensic and/or social issues in toxicology (not to exceed one page)

3. A letter of recommendation from the applicant’s advisor, which should be submitted directly by the advisor

Submission of the same work to more than one specialty section is not allowed.

Please send all application materials to Tamara House-Knight at thouseknight@ramboll.com

The deadline for submission is midnight CST, January 7, 2019.  
Deadline January 7 
Applicable Documents  
 
Award Title Postdoctoral Award 
Award Description The Ethical, Legal, Forensics, and Societal Issues (ELFSI) SS Postdoctoral Award was created to encourage postdoctoral students interested in research relevant to ethical, legal, forensics, and societal issues in toxicology. The recipient of this award will be announced at the ELFSI SS Luncheon during the SOT Annual Meeting and will receive an achievement plaque from the ELFSI Specialty Section.

Award candidates must be members of SOT, or show evidence of application for SOT membership. Preference will be given to ELFSI Specialty Section members to highlight the importance of the investigator’s work to the field, however, graduate students in other Specialty Sections of SOT are encouraged to apply.

Applicants must submit:

1. Accepted SOT abstract (electronic form)

2. Synopsis of their research and how it applies to ethical, legal, forensic and/or social issues in toxicology (not to exceed one page)

3. A letter of recommendation from the applicant’s advisor, which should be submitted directly by the advisor

Submission of the same work to more than one specialty section is not allowed.

Please send all application materials to Tamara House-Knight at thouseknight@ramboll.com

The deadline for submission is midnight CST, January 7, 2019.  
Deadline January 7 
Applicable Documents