Many thanks to our program Chair, Penny Beuning and chair-select Michael Traskelis for organizing the TOXI symposium at the Fall National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Atlanta!
TOXI program featured symposia on Toxicants and Cellular Aging, TOXI 25th Anniversary Symposium, and Novel Assays in Drug Discovery & Development.
CRT Young Investigator Award was given to Christie Sayes, who organized session was organized a session focused on environmental contaminants.
John Essigmann received the TOXI Founders Award and organized a symposium about the chemical biology of DNA damage.
Thank you to all who participated in the conference in person and virtually!
TOXI Student and postdoc awards for best oral and poster presentations:
Best undergraduate oral presentation: Kari Knobbe, Samuel Herndon
Best graduate student oral presentation: Nikolai Püllen, Dominique Gaffney, Taylor Dodson
Best postdoctoral oral presentation: Shane Byrne, Shilpi Paul
Best undergraduate poster presentation: Mansi Kinare
Best graduate student poster presentation: Eric Carlson, Joseph Kaszubowski, Caitlin Jokipii Krueger
Best postdoc poster presentation: Arnold Groehler, Katherine Hurley
Improving human health and protecting the environment
Empowering scientific exchange and collaboration to advance knowledge in chemistry and toxicology to positively impact society and sustainability
Message From The Chair
Chemical Research in Toxicology conducted a Publishing Workshop at the ACS Meeting. Here are the slides for download:
Sunday CRT Young Investigator Award 08:00am – 09:55am USA / Canada – Eastern – August 22, 2021 | Room: B313b – B314 Shana Sturla, Organizer; Shana Sturla, Presider; Christie Sayes, […]
The Division of Chemical Toxicology thanks the sponsors who have provided funds for our Program at the American Chemical Society National Meeting in Atlanta GA. Fred and Susan Beland
Dean of Wayne State University Graduate School and a long-time TOXI member Dr. Amanda Bryand-Frederich speaks about her experience with TOXI.