Lincoln, Neb. —The University of Nebraska-Lincoln will host the Central States Regional Chapter of Society of Toxicology annual meeting at the East Campus Union in the Great Plains Room on October 19 and 20th.
The Society of Toxicology is committed to the study of the adverse effects of chemical, physical, or biological agents on living organisms and the ecosystem, including the prevention and amelioration of the effects. The meeting will bring together scientists from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.
This is a great forum for investigators working on the adverse effects of pesticides, heavy metals, nanomaterials, air pollution, radiation, toxins and toxicants on Human, Animal or Insect Health to present their research. Undergraduates, graduates and postdocs will have the opportunity to give presentations.
Studies ranging from mechanistic approaches, structure of chemical agents, forensic, epidemiology, to behavioral and clinical analysis are welcomed.
To register, see the agenda and to submit your abstract, click here.