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Posted 13 November 2014

SRA Dose Response Specialty Group Chooses 2014 Student Award Winner

Chitrada Kaweeteerawat, Ph.D. candidate in the molecular toxicology program at the University of California, Los Angeles received this year’s award for her abstract entitled “High Throughput Dose Response Analysis Reveals Unique Mode of Toxicity of Cu Nanoparticles.”

Posted 7 November 2014

SRA Fourth World Congress on Risk: Individual Proposals Submissions Open Until November 30, 2014

The theme of the Congress, scheduled for Sunday, July 19, to Thursday, July 23, 2015, in Singapore, is Risk Analysis for Sustainable Innovation. Can risk analysis help policy makers address risk challenges while encouraging innovation and development?

Posted 1 November 2014

SRA Member Voting for Officer and Councilor Candidates Now Open

Online voting for the positions of SRA President-elect, Secretary and three available Councilor slots is now underway and will remain open here until November 26, 2014.

Posted 27 October 2014

ILSI Health and Environmental Sciences Institute Seeks Ideas for 2015 Initiatives by December 15

Proposals should address priority emerging scientific issues in human or environmental health. Funds will be available to support the initiation of successful proposals in fall of 2015.

Posted 27 October 2014

U.S. National Science Foundation Encourages Rapid Response Proposals Addressing Ebola Threat

Researchers interested in conducting time-sensitive, basic research on this emerging issue are encouraged to submit proposals that will improve understanding of Ebola’s spread, design counter-active measures, and educate about prevention.