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Spring 2016 
Remembering a Successful 55th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo and Looking Ahead to Strengthening Recruiting, Mentoring, and Outreach Efforts
The new SOT president reflects on the 2016 Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. He also reveals that the SOT Council will be focusing on the strategic priority of “Strengthening the Impact and Relevance of Toxicology” in the coming year.
Seeing Eye to Eye: Drug Development
and Ocular Toxicology
From its role in developing treatments for eye afflictions to its importance in reducing off-target drug effects, ocular toxicology has become a vital component of drug development, and increasing amounts of collaboration between toxicologists, pharmacologists, and others are necessary to advance the science.
SOT Endowment Funds Enhance Undergraduate and Diversity Initiatives
Through his participation in the SOT Undergraduate Program, Adrian Nanez discovered a lifelong career in toxicology. Now, he is working with the Society, its Committee on Diversity Initiatives (CDI), and the SOT Endowment Fund to ensure that other deserving students have the opportunity to find their passion.
How Diversifying Your Education and Networking Leads to Career Opportunities
Diversifying your field of study, finding the right mentors and programs, and making connections at scientific meetings help build a pathway to success. An SOT Undergraduate Education Program alumna shares how she used the SOT Annual Meeting and connections to create a lasting career.
NIEHS Centers and Funding Support
SOT Toxicologists
Over the years, a close relationship has developed between SOT and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS). Through its research programs, funding, Core Centers, and more, NIEHS has helped advance toxicological understanding and improved public health, while supporting SOT members.