vivoVerse at the Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting in Nashville

SOT Nashville, 2023

Nashville skyline, courtesy of Society of Toxicology

The 2023 Society of Toxicology (SOT) Annual Meeting is coming up this month, and we will be attending! The SOT Annual Meeting is one of the largest gatherings of toxicologists from around the world. We are excited to join the thousands of attendees and hundreds of exhibitors in exchanging knowledge, publishing research findings, and learning about the latest advancements in the toxicology field. We will be spreading the word about our toxicology screening services using the alternative animal model C. elegans as a new approach methodology (NAM). The assays we offer for chemical safety testing have strong relevance to many industries represented at the SOT Annual Meeting, spanning from petrochemical to pharmaceuticals.

The vivoVerse team will be exhibiting at ToxExpo once again at Booth #1309. During ToxExpo, we will be meeting with attendees and fellow exhibitors to explore the latest products, services, and technologies in toxicology. In addition to our booth presence, Sudip Mondal, Director of Science at vivoVerse, will be presenting a poster titled “Developmental and Reproductive Toxicity (DART) Effects of Triphenyl Phosphate in C. elegans Measured using a Rapid Microfluidic-Based Imaging Platform” (Poster P142, Abstract #3658) on Tuesday March 21 from 2:30-4:15pm. Visits to the booth and the poster session are the best ways to learn about vivoVerse’s rapid and cost-effective toxicology services as a part of product safety assessments.

The team is excited to see colleagues we met at last year’s conference and to network with students, researchers, practicing toxicologists, and people otherwise involved in the toxicology industry. We’d love to hear from you if you will be attending the conference as well. Reach out to us at if you are!

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