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    Recent News and Announcements...

  • 2015 Division for Toxicology Annual Meeting Agenda

    The 2015 Division for Toxicology Annual Meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 31 from 5:30 to 6:30 PM in Room 108 of the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

    Division for Toxicology 2015 Award Winners

    The Division for Toxicology is pleased to announce its 2015 Award winners. The division’s Junior Investigator Award was presented to Dr. Jason Richardson from Rutgers University, and, the division's Career Investigator Award was presented to Dr. Curt Omiecinski from Penn State University.

    The Toxicology Division of ASPET announces Two New Awards

    The ASPET Toxicology Division Announces Two New Awards Junior Investigator and Career Achievement Awards The Junior Investigator Award will be presented to a member of ASPET who is within 15 years of obtaining their highest degree and has made significant

    EB 2014 Division for Toxicology Best Abstract Competition

    EB 2014 Division for Toxicology Best Abstract Competition winners are...

    EB 2014 Toxicology Division Program Synopses
    The Division of Toxicology (TOX) cosponsored a joint symposium at EB 2014.
    2014 Toxicology Division Election Awards

    Dr. Gary O. Rankin, professor and chair of the Department of Biomedical Sciences at Marshall University, has been elected chair elect of the division. Dr. Lauren M. Aleksunes, assistant professor at the department of...

  • About the Division...

    The Division for Toxicology serves members with interests in all aspects of toxicology, including (but not limited to) neurotoxicology, teratology, molecular and cellular mechanisms of drug and chemical toxicity, immunotoxicology, organ toxicities, risk assessment, environmental toxicology, models of toxic injury, toxic intermediates, and mechanisms of chemical interactions.