From the Gordon Research Seminars 2019 Chair and Co-Chair:
Dear Teratology Society Members,
We are excited to announce that registration is open for the 2019 Gordon Research Conference for Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Toxicity. We have a packed program highlighting recent innovations in mechanistic toxicity including:
- The human exposome
- Big data and quantitative systems modeling
- Translational medicine
- Target organ toxicity
- Microphysiological systems
- Nuclear receptor targeting
- Emerging technologies
- Alternative methods in risk assessment
The program will also feature early career investigators from the US and EU, as well as trainees selected from the preceding Gordon Research Seminar, which is organized by graduate and postdoctoral trainees.
There are 6 late-breaking platform presentations to be selected from submitted abstracts and daily poster sessions. Abstracts must be submitted by May 10, 2019 for platform consideration (http://bit.ly/GRCTox).
Trainees are invited to also apply for the preceding Gordon Research Seminar on “Mechanisms Governing Sexually Dimorphic Outcomes in Toxicology.” This meeting is organized by and for postdocs and graduate students. The Gordon Research Seminar will provide an opportunity for at least 10 platform presentations selected from abstracts. Abstracts must be submitted by May 10, 2019
for platform consideration (http://bit.ly/GRSTox).
Spaces are limited, and interested attendees are encouraged to apply early! Pending available funds, full or partial registration expenses for trainees are usually reimbursed.
Emma C. Bowers, 2019 GRS Chair
University of Arizona School of Medicine
Phillip A. Wages, 2019 GRS Co-Chair
Vanderbilt University Department of Chemistry