We are pleased to announce two fellowships to cover the Registration Fees for CTDC11.
MALAYSIAN SOCIETY OF TOXICOLOGY FELLOWSHIPS – INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORM CAN BE FOUND HERE.
CTDC11 FELLOWSHIP AWARDS - INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORM CAN BE FOUND HERE
PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICANTS ARE ONLY ALLOWED TO APPLY FOR ONE FELLOWSHIP.
Full research papers and reviews/mini-reviews will be selected from submitted abstracts to be published in the Special Issue titled Multidisciplinary Approaches in Toxicology Towards Supporting Sustainable Development Goals.
FCT is an internationally renowned Elsevier journal with an Impact Factor of 4.6 and CiteScore of 6.7 that publishes high impact and scholarly work, as well as serves as a multidisciplinary forum for research in toxicology.
Submit Your Abstract !
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION OPENS
1ST DECEMBER 2020
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE
31ST MARCH 2021 (CLOSED)
REGISTRATION FOR CTDC11 OPENS
12th MARCH 2021
13TH JUNE 2021
WELCOME TO VIRTUAL CTDC11
LIVE 13TH - 16TH JUNE 2021
WATCH ON-DEMAND UNTIL 17TH JUNE 2021, 11.59 PM MALAYSIAN TIME
SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT FOR POSTER OR ORAL PRESENTATION BY 31ST MARCH 2021 (CLOSED)
ATTEND A CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE MODERATED BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) & AMERICAN COLLEGE OF TOXICOLOGY (ACT).
CEC1 Evolving International Methodologies and Tools for Chemical Risk Assessment (WHO)
CEC2 Vaccine Development in the 21st Century (ACT)
REGISTER FOR CTDC11 TO ATTEND ONE CEC AT A DISCOUNTED RATE OR ATTEND ONE CEC FOR ONLY RM 200. DETAILS HERE
EARN CPD POINTS FROM DOSH, KKM & EiMAS! VISIT US AGAIN FOR UPDATES.
On behalf of the Malaysian Society of Toxicology (MySOT) and the International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX), we invite you to the 11th Congress of Toxicology in Developing Countries (CTDC11) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 13th-16th June 2021.
The theme of the Congress is Multidisciplinary Approaches in Toxicology Towards Supporting Sustainable Development Goals and this reflects the commitment of Malaysia and the South East Asia (SEA) region towards achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for a better and more sustainable future for all.
CTDC11 hopes to bring together toxicologists from various disciplines in government, industry, universities and research institutes from Malaysia, SEA and across the world. Kuala Lumpur, our capital city, is the epicentre of SEA and is the ideal venue for toxicological discourse in the region. The Congress will provide excellent opportunities for toxicologists especially those from countries often under-represented in global congresses.
We have designed a robust programme for the four-day Congress to include continuing education courses, keynote speakers, and symposium sessions to showcase the latest global updates with emphasis on challenges in developing countries. This will facilitate collaboration and partnerships in education, research and development.
We look forward to meeting you next year in Kuala Lumpur, and we wish you a very warm "Selamat Datang!" - Welcome to Malaysia!
Salmaan H Inayat-Hussain & Chan Kok Meng
CTDC11 Organizing Committee Chair and Co-Chair