Accessibility needs, dietary needs, and allergies must be indicated during registration to arrange for accurate service and preparation. The College will try to accommodate these requests. There is no guarantee that on-site requests can be honored. We strive to work with our partners and vendors to provide safe and delicious meals for all attendees. Despite taking every precaution, we cannot guarantee that menu items are free of trace amounts of allergens or other ingredients.
ACT, while encouraging the use of face masks, will follow current local, state, and CDC recommendations at the time of the event. Read more about ACT COVID-19 Safety Protocols.
It’s time to forget that pesky mute button and start the 43rd Annual Meeting off right! Join friends and fellow colleagues as we socialize and reconnect at this long-awaited opening night event. Get your tickets now—you won’t want to miss this event!
Join the hunt for “Dr. Fox” for a chance to win fabulous prizes! Hunt for the image of Dr. Fox in participating exhibitors’ booths. Retrieve a password from participating exhibitors to be entered in drawings for prizes. Winners will be announced in the Exhibit Hall during the Tuesday afternoon refreshment break.
Come listen to a keynote presentation by the Distinguished Scientist Award in Toxicology recipient, Dr. Joy Cavagnaro. Awards will be presented to the recipients of the Mildred Christian Women’s Leadership in Toxicology Award, Service Award, Carol C. Lemire Unsung Hero Award, Early Career Professional Award, and Award for Best Paper Published in International Journal of Toxicology. The Furst Award for Best Student Poster presentation will be announced, as well as the North American Travel Grant, the North American Graduate Fellowship, and the International Travel Grant recipients.
The Poster Session will feature posters on a variety of topics, including general toxicology, regulatory toxicology, safety evaluation nonpharmaceuticals, toxicology methods, and safety evaluation pharmaceuticals. The session offers engagement between authors, exhibitors, and attendees while showcasing some of the latest and most innovative work in the field. The ACT award-winner posters will feature a ribbon—be sure to look for these merited posters in the Exhibit Hall.
Attend the Early Career Professional Night! This dual event will provide early career professionals with an opportunity to talk with experienced leaders in toxicology about different career paths, challenges, and professional growth areas. After speed networking, there will be time to socialize, food, and fun activities.
If you would like to add this special event, please email ACT Headquarters.
Start your morning off right and join members from the ACT Council as they walk, trot, roll, and run through the 5K ToxTrot course. Participants of all levels and abilities are welcome. This is a great opportunity to meet and network with fellow ACT members and attendees, all while burning a few calories and enjoying the beautiful surroundings of the Gaylord Rockies.
Are you interested in getting the most out of your ACT membership? Do you find yourself asking, “How can I get more involved?” Here is your chance! Come to the ACT Members’ Meeting to hear about the latest ACT business and provide your feedback for the future.
Network with fellow ACT members and further share your thoughts on the College and the ACT Annual Meeting. This event is offered as a benefit of ACT membership.