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2019: Issue 3 
Going Global: A Decade of Successful Partnerships and Collaborations
Dr. Hines discusses the Society’s efforts to become a global organization through partnerships with other toxicology societies. Plus, matching for the Endowment Fund and updates on the 2020 Annual Meeting and ToxExpo.
Increasing Diversity and Inclusion in Scientific Disciplines: Crises and Opportunities
While not new, disparities in the sciences by gender, race, and more have been in the spotlight in recent years. What strides are being made in these areas and how is SOT addressing these important issues?
SOT Regional Chapters: From 1981 to Today
For almost four decades, SOT Regional Chapters have served as a forum for individuals to address and exchange information about local issues of concern—and as a support network for their members.
Mercury: A Long-Appreciated Hazard
This SOT Tox Impact Statement explores the major role toxicologists have played in identifying the health risks—such as effects on the brain, heart, kidney, lung, and immune system—associated with exposure to methylmercury.
SOT 2019–2023 Strategic Plan: Year One Objectives
Council identified six Strategic Objectives as areas of focus for the first year of the Strategic Plan’s implementation. In the first six months of 2019, progress has been made in all six areas with more work underway.