n behalf of the American College of Toxicology and its Council, committees, and exhibitors, I invite you to attend the 39th Annual Meeting, November 4–7, 2018, at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in sunny West Palm Beach, Florida.
The Annual Meeting is the heart and soul of the College, a venue for discussing emerging trends in the field of toxicology, networking with friends and colleagues, and professional development. The program is designed by and for members with the goal of providing excellent quality scientific and regulatory content that is directly applicable to the practice of toxicology. The American College of Toxicology is a professional society of a size and culture ideal for scientists of all career stages seeking continuing education, novel and new ideas and strategies, and personal interactions with speakers, other members and guests, and exhibitors.
The 39th Annual Meeting will include a wide-ranging scientific program, welcome reception and dinner, the popular traditional poster session reception, awards ceremony and luncheon, distinguished plenary speakers, and networking events. The ACT Annual Meeting offers a unique opportunity for toxicologists preparing for the challenges and decisions that will affect public health and safety in years to come.
Please join me in West Palm Beach and discover why the ACT Annual Meeting has become the preferred venue for practicing toxicologists.
Anthony L. Kiorpes, PhD, DVM, DABT