ICT-2028 in Vancouver
The STC will co-host the International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX)’s 18th International Congress of Toxicology (ICT-XVIII) in 2028 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Abstract Submission Deadline of the 11th meeting of the Canadian Oxidative Stress Consortium has been extended to Friday, March 31, 2023, for trainee travel award Friday, March 17, 2023. and for Early Bird Registration April 10, 2023
New Workshop on Global Research Collaboration in Halifax – 29-30 May, 2023.
New 2023 Sponsorship Opportunities & Prospectus
About the STC
The Society of Toxicology of Canada Inc. is a non-profit association whose objectives are to promote the acquisition, facilitate the dissemination, and encourage the utilization of knowledge in the science of toxicology. The STC supports continuing education and excellence in research through its Annual Symposium, which provides a venue for members and international experts to present the latest advances in experimental and regulatory toxicology. The Society recognizes the universality of science and adheres to principles which affirm membership and free circulation of bona fide scientists in a non-discriminatory fashion.
Gabriel L. Plaa, Award of distinction
Lauren Foster, PhD
V.E. Henderson Award
Marc-André Verner, PhD
Université de Montréal
Become a member
Our membership, broadly representing industry, government and academic institutions across Canada, is comprised of individuals whose interests range from fundamental and basic to clinical, environmental and applied toxicology. Joins us now to benefit from reduced registration fees at the annual symposium and more.
Become a sponsor
The success of STC and our annual symposium is credited largely to our sponsors. Sponsoring the STC will help us attract international experts and a broad range of attendees.
We recognize the Indigenous, First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada, on whose traditional land and territories, the members of the Society of Toxicology of Canada professionally contribute to the field of toxicology. We gratefully acknowledge them as the past, present and future stewards of this land.