The Slovak Toxicology Society (further only SETOX) is a body corporate and civil association in the sense of Law No. 83/1990, Body of Lows on public corporation, associating professionals in the field of toxicology. SETOX was established in 2006 by splitting from the Slovak Medical Society.
Main Activities of the Society
supporting the development of toxicology in Slovakia
organizing scientific events (seminars, conferences)
education in toxicology (professional courses, cooperation and support in PhD study and post-doctoral fellowship)
publication activities (editing of monographs, conference proceedings, textbooks)
cooperation with state authorities, other societies in fields related to toxicology at national and international level
support development and implementation of in vitro methods into toxicology praxis
dissemination of information for members
SETOX is member of EUROTOX
News from SETOX
MEETINGS CO-ORGANISED BY SETOX 2022
March 21, 2022
We cordially invite you to the 12th Joint Meeting on Medicinal Chemistry 2022 co-organized by the Slovak Toxicology Society (SETOX) under the auspices of the European Federation for Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology on 23–26 November 2022 in Bratislava, the capital of the Slovak Republic. More at : https://www.jmmc2022.sk/
MEETINGS CO-ORGANISED BY SETOX 2021
October 20, 2020
IN VITRO TOXICOLOGY
News from EUROTOX
March 01, 2022
ICT/EUROTOX 2022 Congress in Maastricht
Online registration and abstract submission to The International Congress of Toxicology (ICT) taking place in Maastricht, September 18-21, 2022, is underway. Organised by IUTOX in collaboration with EUROTOX, and hosted by the Netherlands Society of Toxicology (NVT), the ICT is a truly international toxicology conference that spans the globe to unite toxicologists from around the world, and showcase the latest advances in toxicology.
Don't miss the scientific program addressing multi-discipline topics, that work together to promote and encourage new techniques and strategies to reduce the risks to human health and the environment.
Join us at the ICT Maastricht, and see how "united in toxicology! research, science and society are made stronger.
For more information visit: www.eurotox.org