By: Ronald N. Hines, PhD, ATS, 2019–2020 SOT President
Changes are afoot! In his first President’s Message, Dr. Hines details some upcoming activities and how SOT Council has begun implementing the new Strategic Plan, including the creation of new committees.
With International Collaborations on the Rise, SOT Offers a Face-to-Face Research Exchange Opportunity
By: William Slikker Jr., PhD, ATS, ICTXV Organizing Committee Chair
As toxicological issues such as persistent organic pollutants span beyond political and geographic borders to affect health on a global scale, opportunities for international collaborations will become increasingly important.
Keeping Connected: Social Media as a Networking Tool for Researchers
By: David Crotty, Editorial Director, Journal Policy, Oxford University Press; and Gary W. Miller, Editor-in-Chief, Toxicological Sciences
It can be tremendously valuable to have a trusted network with which to exchange ideas and research of interest. In this digital era, social media can provide an alternative to traditional, in-person networks.
Research has found that the decision to join a professional association and retain or renew membership relates to benefits to the individual and benefits to the profession at large. Are you aware of all the benefits SOT offers?