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2018: Issue 1 
New Featured Sessions in San Antonio and Council and Volunteer Efforts to Advance the Society and Toxicology
From highlights of the upcoming SOT Annual Meeting and ToxExpo to SOT Council discussions regarding enhancements to future meetings, Dr. Ganey provides updates on SOT priorities and activities.
Environmental Concerns on the Navajo Nation: What I Learned When I Escaped My Office for the Field
Studying how metals from an abandoned uranium mine might travel as particulates in the air and affect the health of those living nearby in the Navajo Nation, Dr. Campen learned that toxicology is about much more than what you can discover in an office.
Toxicological Concerns in Older Adults, a Neglected Majority
Despite a worldwide increase in individuals aged 60 or older, few issues in toxicological science associated with the aging process have been addressed, and the elderly remain a largely understudied, vulnerable population.
Providing Expert Services in the SOT ToxExpo for 40 Years, Charles River and Covance Share in SOT’s Values and Mission
In anticipation of the upcoming 57th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo, two of the organizations who have been exhibiting at the meeting for more than 40 years share their insights on the industry, trends over the years, and exhibiting.
SOT Announces the 2018–2019 Election Results
Thank you to the members who participated in this year’s election. The members elected as vice president-elect, treasurer-elect, and councilors and to the awards, membership, and nominating committees will begin their service May 1, 2018.