Symposium 2020

The Society of Toxicology of Canada
52nd Annual Symposium

Connecting the dots: from benchtop to evaluating health and environmental risk

Nov 30 – Dec 2, 2020

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This year the symposium will be a virtual learning event

Overview of the program

Nov 30th – 1 to 3pm EST

Annual Business Meeting (members only)

 

December 1st and December 2nd – 1 to 5pm EST

Keynote
Nicole Kleinstreuer, PhD
NICEATM Director, Computational Toxicology
Symposia
Sensitization – skin and beyond
Metals
Trainees presentations
STC Awards
Gabriel L Plaa Award of Distinction Lecture
V.E. Henderson Award
Students awards
Virtual interactive posters

 

December 4th – noon to 1pm EST

Satellite meeting, Charles River Laboratories

DEADLINES

Early bird – Tuesday, October 20th

Registration – Friday, November 27th

Abstract – Tuesday, October 20th

PAYMENT FEES

– Members : 150$ / Non members : 300$
– Postdoc members : 100$ / Postdoc non members : 200$
– Students : free / Students non members : 100$

ABSTRACTS

Presenters will be notified by November 2nd if the abstract is accepted and selected for an award. Accepted abstracts require presentation of a virtual poster at the Annual Symposium. Detailed instructions on how to prepare the virtual poster will be sent with the notification and the presenter will have until November 16th to provide the required material.

Based on excellence and/or relevance to the Symposium themes, some abstracts may also be selected for short platform presentation.

All materials related to the STC virtual learning event will be available on the STC 2020 symposium website.

Registrants will receive information to login this secured website, by email, on November 25th.

ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM BOOKS

2019

Optimizing testing strategies and exploring novel mechanisms of human and environmental toxicants

2018

What’s in a NAM ? (Novel Approach Methodologies)

2017

Visualizing Toxicology in 4D: Disruption, Development and Drug Discovery

2016

High-tech toxicology: new approaches … old problems?

2015

Modern Toxicology Essentials: Models, Toxicogenomics, Populations & Safety

2014

REACTing in Today’s Environment and Predicting Tomorrow’s Challenges

2013

Mechanistic Paradigms for Toxicological Regulation

2012

Frontiers of Toxicology: New Questions, New Methods and New Approaches

2011

Low Dose Effects and Their Use in Risk Assessment: When is an Effect Adverse?

2010

Linking Early Exposures to Late Effects: New Science, Tools and Modes of Action

2009

Toxicology of drug and chemical mixtures: from mechanisms to risk assessment

2008

Toxicity testing tomorrow: What does the future hold?