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eLearning Seminar
Special Topics in Toxicology

To further its mission to educate, lead, and serve, the American College of Toxicology offers an eLearning Seminar focused on Special Topics in Toxicology. This eLearning Seminar of six modules provides continuing education opportunities to practicing toxicology professionals. The modules feature recognized experts in the fields of inhalation toxicology, dermal toxicology, neurotoxicology, juvenile animal studies, in silico/computational toxicology, and threshold/benchmark dose setting. Modules available for purchase individually or as a discounted set of six modules. Registrants have on-demand access to the modules for 30 days from the time each archive is first accessed. Each module is 90 minutes or less in duration.


Module 1: Juvenile Toxicology
Susan Laffan, PhD
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Module 2: (Q)SAR: Introduction to Methodology and Regulatory Application in Drug Development
Naomi Kruhlak, PhD; and Mark Powley, PhD
View Module 2 Abstract

Module 3: Neurotoxicology
Mary Jeanne Kallman, PhD, DSP
View Module 3 Abstract

Module 4: Routes of Exposure–Inhalation
Joanne Kilgour, MSc, PhD, ERT
View Module 4 Abstract

Module 5: Routes of Exposure–Dermal
Andrew Makin, MSc
View Module 5 Abstract

Module 6: Thresholds and Their Definition
John Lipscomb, PhD, DABT, ATS
View Module 6 Abstract

Seminar Set: Modules 1–6

Set registrants will have access to the Special Topics eLearning 1–6 module recordings. As part of your registration you will have unlimited access to each individual module recording for 30 days. The 30-day access will begin when you access each individual module link. Certificates will be provided. If you have any additional questions about the Special Topics set registration, please contact ACT Headquarters.

Registration Fees:

Seminar registration is restricted to single-person use only.

  Per Module Set/Modules 1–6
ACT Student/Postdoctoral Researcher Members $25 $125
ACT Members $50 $225
Nonmembers $75 $350

To register for a single module, please contact ACT Headquarters.

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