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ISRTP Statement of Thanks to Dr. Gio Gori
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INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF REGULATORY
TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
David G. Sarvadi, M.Sc., J.D.
Dennis Paustenbach, PhD, DABT, CIH
Jay M. Ansell, Ph.D., DABT
Manojit Basu, Ph. D.
Allen C. Weidman
Gary L. Yingling, J.D.
Grayson Abele, M.S., Ph.D.
Gary J. Burin, Ph.D., M.P.H. DABT
A STATEMENT THANKS TO DR. GIO GORI
Dec. 4, 2019
Today, during our annual meeting we want to take this opportunity to acknowledge Dr. Gio Gori for his long and distinguished service to the Inter Soc for Regulatory Tox and Pharmacology.
Gio has been a member of ISRTP for more than 30 years (almost a founding member). He has been President of ISRTP from 1992 – 1996 and recipient of the International Achievement Award in 2010. He has probably made his greatest contribution to the visibility and respectability of ISRTP through his work as Editor of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology. In fact, it would not be an exaggeration to say we are predominantly known for our journal and our symposia (and the proceedings).
Under Gio’s leadership, we have maintained an international reputation entirely due to the high quality and impact of our journal.
During his tenure as editor ISRTP we estimate that he has received and considered about
10,000-15,000manuscripts ultimately managing more than 3,000 papers which appeared in our journal! For those of you who are not aware, it takes 8-12hours of work by the editor to get a paper through the process. That means he has invested 15-20FTE in is efforts to lead our journal.
Through Gio's leadership, the journal did not shy away from controversial topics or papers. It remained one of the few journals which does NOT focus on the source of funding but rather the quality of the scientific work.
Neeraja Erraguntla, Ph.D., DABT
Elaine L. Freeman, M.S. DABT
Devon W. Hill, J.D.
As such, Gio often published papers questioning such topics as the "relevance of endocrine disruptors given their low potency", "the accuracy of low dose extrapolation models for carcinogens", "government policies that argued that lower doses are always safer" and other controversial topics.
Diane B. McColl, R. Ph., J.D.
Arthur J. Miller, Ph. D., CFS
Hope (Nadia) Moore, PhD, DABT, ERT
Antony Pavel, J.D.
Anna Urban, PhD, MPH
Mark Utell, M.D.
Rene Vinas, M.S., Ph.D.
With the journal and Gio embracing topics that were often not consistent with what some environmental groups or plaintiff lawyers were promoting, we have been the focus of attention of some special interest groups. Unlike the many editors who have resigned over the past 10 years due to pressure they received from the press and numerous subpoenas, he stood up to them and never changed direction.
His service has been truly remarkable.
A testament to his contributions is the fact that in 2018, the last year that he was editor of Reg Tox and Pharm, there were 800,000 papers downloaded from our journal!
Let me close by thanking Gio profusely for his contributions.
We cannot thank Gio enough for his work and we are delighted that he will serve as Editor Emeritus for the new journal we plan to launch in 2020.
IAA Award Receipent
The International Awards Committee is very pleased to announce this year's recipient of the International Society of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology's 2019 International Achievement Award: Dr. Peter Goering, PhD, DABT, ATS; Research Toxicologist and Deputy Director, Division of Biology, Chemistry, and Materials Science in the Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories at the U.S. FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health.Dr. Goering's international reputation as an expert is considerable and his scientific accomplishments have had a far-reaching impact and cover a broad range in the areas related to the assessment of potential adverse biological responses associated with medical devices, and development of more efficient, predictive, and sensitive toxicology/biocompatibility test methods.A prolific author, he has produced over 80 research articles in peer-reviewed journals, including high impact journals such as Nature Biotechnology, ACS Nano, and Toxicological Sciences, made over 120 research presentations at national/international scientific meetings, and has been invited by eminent editors to write 22 book chapters.We are most pleased to recognize Dr. Goering for his contributions and achievements promoting sound toxicologic and pharmacologic science as a basis for regulation affecting human safety and health, and the environment.
ISRTP/RSESS Student Award SOT 2018
ISRTP was pleased to present a $500 award to Dr. Wei-Chun Chou for the top abstract submitted to SOTs Regulatory and Safety Evaluation Specialty Section (RSESS) travel award program for 2018.
Dr. Chou, a Graduate student at the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the University of Washington, was recognized for his presentation at the 2018 SOT Annual meeting in Baltimore, Bayesian Evaluation of Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Modeling for Perfluorooctanesulfonate (PFOS) to Characterize the Interspecies Uncertainty between Mice, Rats, Monkeys, and Humans.
With Dr. Chou is Dr. Jay Ansell of the Personal Care Products Council presenting the check for ISRTP.
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