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ToxStrategies scientist to join EBTC’s Scientific Advisory Council

Ms. Seneca Fitch, ToxStrategies scientist, has been invited by the Evidence-Based Toxicology Collaboration (EBTC) Board of Trustees at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to join the Scientific Advisory Council. In this role, she will serve a 3-year term in addition to her ongoing involvement within the organization’s Tox21 working group. The EBTC SAC is an international group of scientists from a variety of organizations, including government agencies, NGOs, industry, and academia. Members provide expertise in evidence-based methods, participating in EBTC projects and advising the EBTC Board and Director on new areas of research and other issues relevant to the toxicology community.