ISSX advances research and education on the interplay of living systems with medicines and chemicals for the benefit of society worldwide.
Goals of the Society
Foster and encourage
inter-disciplinary, innovative science relating to the disposition, metabolism and biological effects of drugs and other xenobiotics.
Facilitate the association of scientists from all geographic regions in this field and related disciplines.
Disseminate and discuss the results of research and related matters of interest.
Promote education and training in this field.
Who is ISSX?
ISSX has an international base of members from more than 45 countries. Members are comprised fairly evenly between academic and industry groups and consist primarily of research scientists and future scientists in toxicology, pharmacology, molecular biology, and other disciplines related to the study of xenobiotics.
What does ISSX do?
As the foremost organization representing the interests of researchers and educators in the field of xenobiotics, the Society is engaged in multiple activities to support, promote, and advance the profession on a global scale.
- Hosts regional meetings and workshops in Asia-Pacific, Europe, and North America on a regular basis.
- Awards recognition of excellence in scientific and service achievements through the international Distinguished Scientific Achievement and Distinguished Service Awards, and the regional Scientific and New Investigator Awards.
- Offers opportunities for professional exposure through solicitation and publication of abstracts and poster presentations.