Special Issue "10th Anniversary of Toxics: Women's Special Issue Series"
A special issue of Toxics (ISSN 2305-6304).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 29 November 2023 | Viewed by 4184
Interests: neurotoxicology; developmental neurotoxicology; neuroprotection; neurodevelopmental disorders; asthma; organophosphorus anticholinesterases; halogenated persistent organic pollutants; neuroimmune interactions; gene X environment interactions; neuronal connectivity; synaptic plasticity; alternative methods
Interests: epidemiology of cadmium toxicity; genetic and nutritional influence of cadmium toxicity outcomes; cadmium toxicity in at-risk subpopulations; novel methods of measuring cadmium in tissues; reverse dosimetry
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Over the past three decades there has been some progress in women empowerment in the areas of politics and education. There has also been an increase in the enrolment of women in higher education. However, women in science still face barriers to professional advancement.
Therefore, we are delighted to present this special collection of articles highlighting the achievements of women environmental scientists and toxicologists, and furthering our understanding of the exposure, effects, and risks of chemicals and materials in humans and the natural environment as well as approaches to assessing and/or managing the toxicological and ecotoxicological risks of chemicals and materials.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- The occurrence, transport, and fate of chemicals and materials in different systems (e.g., food, air, water, soil);
- Exposure of humans and the environment to toxic chemicals and materials as well as modelling and experimental approaches for characterizing the exposure in, e.g., water, air, soil, food, and consumer products;
- Uptake, metabolism, and effects of chemicals and materials in a wide range of systems including in-vitro toxicological assays, aquatic and terrestrial organisms and ecosystems, model mammalian systems, and humans;
- Approaches to assess the risks of chemicals and materials to humans and the environment;
- Methodologies to eliminate or reduce the exposure of humans and the environment to toxic chemicals and materials.
We invite contributions to the Special Issue whose lead authors identify as women. The submission of articles with all-women authorship is especially encouraged. However, we welcome submissions from all authors, irrespective of gender.
Prof. Dr. Pamela Lein
Prof. Dr. Soisungwan Satarug
Women’s Special Issue Series
This Special Issue is part of Toxics's Women’s Special Issue Series, hosted by women editors for women researchers. The Series advocates the advancement of women in science. We invite contributions to the Special Issue whose lead authors identify as women. The submission of articles with all-women authorship is especially encouraged. However, we do welcome articles from all authors, irrespective of gender.
Manuscript Submission Information
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