The IRIS program of the EPA in Arlington, VA (very close to Washington, DC) is looking to hire several full-time individuals with knowledge and experience in one or more of the following scientific areas: cancer mode of action, neurotoxic effects, reproductive effects, immunotoxicological effects, developmental effects, genetic toxicology, liver or kidney toxicity. They will be working with teams of scientists on a variety of risk assessment-related projects.
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Health Scientist: RTP-DE-2010-0160 or RTP-MP-2010-0354
Biologist/Toxicologist: RTP-DE-2010-0201 or RTP-MP-2010-
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Sunday, March 21, 2010
The annual Society of Toxicology meeting was held in Salt Lake City this year. There were a good number of former ETOX students, faculty and one current student attending. On Monday March 8, a group of us got together for dinner at Himalayan restaurant serving Nepalese and Indian food. Below is a photo from the dinner as well as a couple of others that I took. In addition to those listed below, Drew Olaharski, James Keenan, Chris Frantz, and Bob Krieger also attended the meeting.
Xiaofei Zhang, Catherine Gibbons, David Eastmond, Jennifer Sasaki, Si Bui, and Ryan Williams at the Himalayan restaurant.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
For those of you interested in getting together at the SOT meeting in Salt Lake City, we are planning on going out to dinner on Monday night. If interested in joining the group, please send an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your contact info. I look forward to seeing you there.