Upcoming Events

ACT Upcoming Events


  • Thursday
    20
    January

    eLearning Seminar on Gene Therapy: Nonclinical and Regulatory Strategy (Module 1)

    Jan 20, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (ET)
    Module 1: Thursday, January 20, 2022
    All Gene Therapies Are Not Created Equal
    Joy Cavagnaro, PhD, DABT, ATS, RAC, FRAPS

    To further its mission to educate, lead, and serve, the American College of Toxicology is proud to offer a new eLearning Seminar focused on Gene Therapy. These four modules are intended to provide insight into gene therapy development for practicing toxicology professionals. The modules will feature recognized experts who will highlight the nonclinical and regulatory strategies, challenges encountered, and lessons learned from discovery to market, and beyond.

    Modules will be available for purchase individually or as a discounted set of four modules. Once the live module presentations conclude, registrants will have on-demand access to the modules for 30 days from the time each archive is first accessed. Each module is 90 minutes or fewer in duration.

  • Thursday
    17
    February

    eLearning Seminar on Gene Therapy: Nonclinical and Regulatory Strategy (Module 2)

    Feb 17, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (ET)
    Module 2: Thursday, February 17, 2022
    Nonclinical Regulatory Considerations for Human Gene Therapies: An FDA/CBER Perspective
    Sandhya Sanduja, PhD

    To further its mission to educate, lead, and serve, the American College of Toxicology is proud to offer a new eLearning Seminar focused on Gene Therapy. These four modules are intended to provide insight into gene therapy development for practicing toxicology professionals. The modules will feature recognized experts who will highlight the nonclinical and regulatory strategies, challenges encountered, and lessons learned from discovery to market, and beyond.

    Modules will be available for purchase individually or as a discounted set of four modules. Once the live module presentations conclude, registrants will have on-demand access to the modules for 30 days from the time each archive is first accessed. Each module is 90 minutes or fewer in duration.

  • Monday
    7
    March

    Toxicology for Pharmaceutical and Regulatory Scientists Course

    Mar 7 - 11, (ET)

    This annual ACT course provides basic training in general toxicology. Participants will obtain an overall understanding of the principles of toxicology and nonclinical safety evaluation with a focus on pharmaceutical development. By popular demand, the course will include discussion of regulatory case studies and hands-on analyses of nonclinical data. The course is intended to benefit individuals working with small and large molecules from biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, CROs, and regulatory agencies, or individuals interested in or currently practicing toxicology.

    Proof of vaccination or negative PCR COVID-19 test is mandatory for course participation. View full requirements on the ACT website.

  • Thursday
    17
    March

    eLearning Seminar on Gene Therapy: Nonclinical and Regulatory Strategy (Module 3)

    Mar 17, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (ET)
    Module 3: Thursday, March 17, 2022
    Nonclinical Strategies for Gene Therapy Products to Support Regulatory Submission
    Laurence Whiteley, DACVP, DVM, PhD

    To further its mission to educate, lead, and serve, the American College of Toxicology is proud to offer a new eLearning Seminar focused on Gene Therapy. These four modules are intended to provide insight into gene therapy development for practicing toxicology professionals. The modules will feature recognized experts who will highlight the nonclinical and regulatory strategies, challenges encountered, and lessons learned from discovery to market, and beyond.

    Modules will be available for purchase individually or as a discounted set of four modules. Once the live module presentations conclude, registrants will have on-demand access to the modules for 30 days from the time each archive is first accessed. Each module is 90 minutes or fewer in duration.

  • Thursday
    21
    April

    eLearning Seminar on Gene Therapy: Nonclinical and Regulatory Strategy (Module 4)

    Apr 21, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (ET)
    Module 4: Thursday, April 21, 2022
    Approved Gene Therapy Products: Case Studies
    Tim MacLachlan, PhD, DABT
    Peter Ulrich, PhD, DABT, ERT

    To further its mission to educate, lead, and serve, the American College of Toxicology is proud to offer a new eLearning Seminar focused on Gene Therapy. These four modules are intended to provide insight into gene therapy development for practicing toxicology professionals. The modules will feature recognized experts who will highlight the nonclinical and regulatory strategies, challenges encountered, and lessons learned from discovery to market, and beyond.

    Modules will be available for purchase individually or as a discounted set of four modules. Once the live module presentations conclude, registrants will have on-demand access to the modules for 30 days from the time each archive is first accessed. Each module is 90 minutes or fewer in duration.

    The Gene Therapy eLearning Seminar content will only be available until December 31, 2023.

  • Monday
    16
    May

    Pathology for Nonpathologists Course

    May 16 - 18, (ET)

    This joint American College of Toxicology and Society of Toxicologic Pathology course, held every other year, provides lectures given by highly respected pathologists with current, relevant experience in toxicologic pathology. Lectures will cover anatomy and physiology, spontaneous and chemically induced pathological changes, and clinical pathology. The knowledge gained will be immediately applicable to your day-to-day practices. Different organs or systems are featured in subsequent courses.

    Proof of vaccination or negative PCR COVID-19 test is mandatory for course participation. View full requirements on the ACT website.

  • Saturday
    31
    December

    Special Topics in Toxicology eLearning Seminar

    Dec 31, 09:00 AM - 11:59 PM (ET)
    eLearning Seminar: Special Topics in Toxicology

    Registration open now until December 31, 2022!

    To further its mission to educate, lead, and serve, the American College of Toxicology offers an eLearning Seminar focused on Special Topics in Toxicology. This eLearning Seminar of six modules provides continuing education opportunities to practicing toxicology professionals. The modules feature recognized experts in the fields of inhalation toxicology, dermal toxicology, neurotoxicology, juvenile animal studies, in silico/computational toxicology, and threshold/benchmark dose setting. Modules available for purchase individually or as a discounted set of six modules.

    Registrants have on-demand access to the modules for 30 days from the time each archive is first accessed. Each module is 90 minutes or less in duration.

  • Tuesday
    31
    December

    Basic Topics in Toxicology eLearning Seminar

    Dec 31, 09:00 AM - 11:59 PM (ET)
    eLearning Seminar: Basic Topics in Toxicology

    Registration open now until December 31, 2024!

    To further its mission to educate, lead, and serve, the American College of Toxicology is offering a new eLearning Seminar focused on the basic topics in toxicology. Basic Topics consists of nine modules that is aimed to provide a strong foundation for an in-depth understanding of the basic concepts and principles of toxicology, pharmacology, drug metabolism, and pharmacokinetics. These modules feature recorded presentations by recognized experts in the field.

    Modules are available for purchase as a set. Each module is about 90 minutes or less in duration.