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  • About the Division

    The Division for Toxicology (TOX) 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.

    Division News

  • Toxicoepigenetics: The Interface of Epigenetics and Risk Assessment Workshop

    A three-day workshop on Toxicoepigenetics: The Interface of Epigenetics and Risk Assessment, will be held November 2-4, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia.

    Division for Toxicology Fall 2016 Newsletter

    The Fall 2016 edition of the Division for Toxicology Newsletter is now available. View it now in PDF.  

    2016 Toxicology Award Winners

    Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 best presentation competitions at EB2016

    2016 Toxicology Division Award Winners

    Congratulations to the 2016 Toxicology Division Award winners.

    Division Meetings and Activities

    The ASPET Annual Meeting site has all the details on division meetings and activities, including the business meeting for each division. Agendas are now available for download for the business meetings.

    2016 Division for Toxicology Election Results

    Dr. Monica A. Valentovic, Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Physiology, and Toxicology, Marshall University School of Medicine; Toxicology Research Cluster Coordinator has been elected chair-elect of the division. Dr. Qin M. Chen, Professor, Department of Pharmacology, University of Arizona College of Medicine has been elected secretary/treasurer-elect of the division.

  • Division Goals


    • To discuss and disseminate innovations in toxicology including new technology and experimental models
    • To promote publications in all areas in ASPET journals
    • To expand and foster an emphasis on translational research especially related to mechanisms of toxicology
    • To provide a network for toxicologists to interact between academic, industry and government agencies
    • To increase the number of students and young scientists exploring toxicology as a profession
    • To recognize the achievements of outstanding division members