English Language Schools in New York City offer high quality English as a Second language courses for adult learners and children, executives and professionals. New York City, which is both the largest city in the state and in the United States, is known for its history as a gateway for immigration to the United States. For more than a century, New York City has been one of the world's major centers of commerce and finance. International Partners for Study Abroad offer you English learning programs in New York City at the English language school in Manhattan for adult learners (minimum age 16) and at the Junior Summer Residential and Day Camps for Teens aged 14 - 17 located in Manhattan on campus of Columbia University, an Ivy League University founded in 1754 as King's College. English Language School in Manhattan, New York City is located in the heart of Manhattan on fantastic Fifth Avenue, next to the Empire State Building.
Our English Language School in Manhattan, New York, offers English as a Second Language (ESL) programs for executives and professionals, adult learners and college students from different countries.
Click here to review the English Language Schools in Manhattan online brochure, choose the English language program that is right for you and apply online. International English Junior Summer Camp for Teens is located in Manhattan on campus of an Ivy League University. This camp offers learners aged 14 - 17 from all over the world the opportunity to improve their English language skills, explore the "Big Apple" and enjoy one of the world's greatest cities and a varied and exciting activity program. This Residential and Day Cam Summer Programs are offered from the end of June to the beginning of August and include 20 English lessons a week, residence accommodations in single and twin bedrooms, one full-day and three half-day excursions per week and full afternoon and evening activity program. At this camp, students will have the option to take a 3-week Business English Course or 2-week English for Tourism Course - ideal for students looking for a more focused course, designed to maximise progress.
Click here to review the International Junior Summer Camp for Teens online brochure and apply online. We offer regular General English classes at our English Language School in Manhattan year-round.
In summer, we offer a residential and a day camp programs on campus of Columbia University in Manhattan. International Junior English Summer Camp for Teens in Manhattan, New York City is located on campus of an Ivy League University. We offer a Residential Program with accommodations on campus of Columbia University and a Day Camp Program without accommodations. Columbia's main campus occupies more than six city blocks, or 32 acres (12.9 ha), in Morningside Heights, New York City, a neighborhood that contains a number of academic institutions.
Top class sporting and recreational facilities are available on campus, including indoor sports hall, athletic tracks and swimming pool, along with a range of modern cafes, outdoor dining, and attractive communal recreational areas. The summer camp program includes one full-day and three half-day excursions per week and full afternoon and evening activity program.
The State University of New York at Potsdam, also known as SUNY Potsdam, is a public university located in the Village of Potsdam in St. About NEF CyberLearning:National Education Foundation (NEF) is the national nonprofit leader in bridging academic and employment divides. About NEFThe National Education Foundation (NEF) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, headquartered in metropolitan Washington, D.C.
Our English Winter program for Teens in New York City offer learners aged 13 - 17 from all over the world the opportunity to improve their English language skills, explore the "Big Apple" and enjoy one of the world's greatest cities and a varied and exciting activity program. The Winter Juniors price includes all: classes, workshops, activities, excursions, accommodation and meals (full board weekdays, brunch and dinner weekends). English classes are student-centered, communicative, and designed for teens by highly qualified, experienced native-speaking teachers.
To add to the experience of being in New York, Winter Juniors will study New York and American culture for 45 minutes per day.
A junior program would not be complete without innovative, exciting, creative and entertaining activities and excursions.
Students in Winter Juniors program will also have the unique experience of interacting with American teens in a variety of programs and activities they will participate in at the Vanderbilt YMCA in Manhattan.
Students will practice their English in different situations, explore this global cultural center, make life-long friendships and experience memorable times. Only two blocks (5 minutes' walk) from the school campus in New York, the Vanderbilt YMCA offers quality guest accommodations for our Winter Juniors students. Students will stay in double rooms and each student will have their own bed, blanket, pillow, sheets and towels. Fully cooked meals are prepared by restaurants and cafes in the surrounding area and less than 10 minutes' walk from school and the Vanderbilt YMCA. You also will find four Editor's Highlights, which were prepared by ToxSci Associate Editor (AE) B. ToxSci, the official journal of the Society of Toxicology, is to publish the most influential research in the field of toxicology. There were 360 call-in lines opened for the first of the Scientific Liaison Coalition (SLC) Animal Models of Disease for Toxicity Prediction webinar series, which was presented on Tuesday, May 17 by Diann Blanset, Boehringer Ingelheim. Junior toxicologist fellowships are aimed at individuals at an early stage in their careers.
Senior toxicologist fellowships are aimed at those involved in organizational activities in their own national society. The ICTXIV organizers will waive the meeting registration fee for up to 40 fellowship recipients. Strengthening partnerships among scientific and health-based organizations to increase awareness of the impact of toxicology and related subjects on human health.
EFSA has launched a call to renew membership of two of its Scientific Panels: the Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources Added to Food (ANS) and the Panel on Food Contact Materials, Enzymes, Flavourings and Processing Aids (CEF).
The Scientific Liaison Coalition (SLC) will hold its next webinar series beginning on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Strengthening partnerships among scientific, biomedical, and other health-based organizations to increase awareness of the impact of toxicology, diseases, and related subjects on human health.
Functioning as a means to enhance cooperation among societies as equals with the goal of accomplishing tasks benefiting human health and disease prevention through joint and shared activities. Would you like to incorporate the latest science in health disparities into your own research? Cost: There is no cost, but admission is competitive and participants are required to attend all daily sessions. Approximately 60 participants will be accepted and preference will be given to those who demonstrate high potential to incorporate training into their own research.
Program Information: The program will feature lectures, seminars, small group discussions, and sessions with scientific staff from across NIH Institutes and Centers. This is the eighth colloquium of a series presented by the SOT in conjunction with the US FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
The Brazilian Society of Toxicology (SBTOX) is offering a program of nine courses in 2016 to expand toxicological knowledge to help scientists address challenges ranging from occupational health hazards and environmental pollution to drug abuse and deforestration of the Amazon regions. This Society of Toxicology Contemporary Concepts in Toxicology (SOT CCT) conference, Ocular Toxicology, Pharmacology, and Drug Delivery: An Eye on the Future, will provide a forum for communication and interactions between toxicologists, pathologists, clinicians, pharmacologists, basic scientists, and other professionals working in the field of ocular toxicology. The Australasian College of Toxicology and Risk Assessment (ASTA) is holding its 9th Annual Meeting at Ayers House, Adelaide, South Australia from September 21–23, 2016. Two hundred scientists attended the Scientific Liaison Coalition (SLC) Webinar held on Tuesday, March 1, 2016.
The live webinars are open only to members of the partnering societies of the SLC, which are listed on the SLC website. With the SOT Awards application deadline of October 9, now is the time to apply for an International ToxScholar Outreach Grant and become an Iinternational ambassador for toxicology. Over the past few years, the Society of Toxicology has helped support many outstanding members for educational outreach travel outside of North America through the International ToxScholar Outreach Grant.
I am pleased to report that, today, I joined NIEHS Director and SOT Past President Linda Birnbaum to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between SOT and NIEHS.
Because of these close connections, it seemed only natural for SOT and NIEHS to formalize our robust, working relationship. Essentially, SOT and NIEHS will be proceeding as we always have: working together to improve environmental health. As a feedback comment, one of the students stipulated that, although there are several webinars and online sources available about scientific writing, career development in toxicology, and other topics, hearing from one of the alumnus was remarkably provocative. After completion of all scheduled activities, students and faculty interacted with me asking simple yet important questions regarding career opportunities in the United States and research prospects.
I sincerely appreciate SOT's support of the outreach programs for developing countries.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has announced a call for images of NIH funded research to be posted to the NIH Image Gallery on Flicker and in the Funded Research album. The Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) is initiating a Horizon Scanning effort to advance the science and application of the Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP) framework.


Workshop results will be publically disseminated in the form of publications and international presentations at professional meetings. You also will find four Editor's Highlights, which were prepared by ToxSci Associate Editors Jeffrey M.
The mission of ToxSci, the official journal of the Society of Toxicology, is to publish the most influential research in the field of toxicology. Thirty-six outstanding undergraduates and five advisors were selected to attend this year’s program. The success of this program is due in large part to over fifty dynamic volunteers who so generously gave their time to teach and inspire the next generation of young scientists during the SOT Annual Meeting.
These dedicated mentors will continue to keep in contact with their mentor group students throughout their undergraduate studies and be a resource to them as they consider career paths and advanced degrees. CDI and these students were very fortunate to have leading toxicologists take this extensive amount of time to share their knowledge and professional development experiences with them. Toxicological Sciences and Oxford University Press would like to thank the Associate Editors, Editorial Board members, reviewers, and authors for their outstanding contributions. The 2016 Environmental Endocrine Disruptor Gordon Research Conference (EED-GRC) will celebrate its 10th anniversary this summer by focusing on the next generation of questions, chemicals, tools, approaches, challenges, and investigative strategies related to endocrine disruption. The 56th Annual Meeting of the Teratology Society will be held June 25‒29, 2016, at the Grand Hyatt, San Antonio, Texas. The American College of Toxicology (ACT) is offering an advanced course, Advanced Comprehensive Toxicology, to complement the Toxicology for Pharmaceutical and Regulatory Scientists course. This webinar series will discuss the advances being made with chemical-induced asthma and the role of clinical, toxicological, and epidemiological research in regulatory and hazard characterization approaches. The upcoming Annual Meeting of the Genetic Toxicology Association (GTA) is a 2.5 day event that includes a workshop, keynote address, six symposia, and a poster reception. We invite you to submit a Symposium, Workshop, Roundtable, Continuing Education, or other scientific proposal for the Society of Toxicology 2017 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Women in Toxicology Special Interest Group (WIT) is pleased to host a webinar titled Career Development for Female Toxicologists.
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New York City is rated as an alpha world city for its global influences in media, politics, education, entertainment, arts and fashion. Click on the school name or follow the link to visit the school's online brochure with detailed information about the school, programs, accommodation options, activities, prices and enrollment process. We offer General English Intensive courses, Academic English, TOEFL, TOEIC and Cambridge Exam preparation courses, Business English for Executives.
Within walking distance of our school, students can visit such famous places as the New York Public Library, Bryant Park, the Theater District, Times Square, and lots of places to eat and shop.
Columbia University was founded in 1754 as King's College by royal charter and is the oldest institution of higher learning in the State of New York. Combined with workshops, field trips, creative activities and fun-filled excursions, this program provides a rich learning experience and memorable moments!
Almost two dozen undergraduate dormitories (purpose-built or converted) are located on campus or in Morningside Heights. Appu Kuttan, a global expert in education systems and empowerment, and the ‘father of cyberlearning,’ stated, “We are very pleased to announce our partnership with SUNY.
Founded in 1989, after consultations with national leaders including former President Bill Clinton and Intel founder Dr.
With over 38 years of experience, we have designed this very unique English program to not only improve teenagers' English language skills, but to spark interest in local culture, discover the attractions and history of the city, and make American and international friends! The English program emphasizes conversational skills in the classroom reinforced by staff-led workshops and field trips in the New York City.
In addition to their often impressive ESL credentials, many of Rennert's teachers have interesting backgrounds in acting, art, music, dance, sports, finance, film, law and information technology. These special classes are hands-on and teach students about the history and culture behind the landmarks and museums they will visit during their stay. Bhaskar Gollapudi on Constitutive androstane receptor in herbicide-associated liver injury, EIC Dr.
The recording of The Use of Animal Models of Disease in Safety Assessments webinar is posted on the SLC website. Blanset reviewed the use of animal models of disease in the evaluation of exaggerated pharmacology and toxicity to improve the relevance and extrapolation of the assessments to the intended disease population. This triennial international congress will be held October 2–6, 2016, at the Convention Center in the beautiful city of Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, the gateway to the Mayan culture.
This series provides pharmaceutical industry and regulatory perspectives on this topic and will conclude with a webinar presented by Sherry Morgan, AbbVie, Inc., on June 21. The ANS Panel evaluates the safety of food additives, nutrient sources, and other substances intentionally added to food, but excluding flavourings and enzymes.
The Institute aims to foster individual research projects of promising scientists and motivated research scholars with the overall goal to stimulate innovative research in the minority health and health disparities sciences.
The course was supported by an SOT International ToxScholar grant and included an up-to-date review of asbestos toxicity, health effects, and dose-response models to evaluate risks on population and individual levels.
Presented in Russian, this was part of the mandatory course in industrial hygiene for senior level medical students. The series presents scientific information that is high-quality, cutting-edge, future-oriented toxicological science to provide a well-grounded foundation to inform the work of US FDA employees and is open to the public. Human stem cell-derived cardiomyocyte (hiPSC-CMs) are increasingly used in drug discovery, toxicity assessment, and cell-based disease treatment.
The epigenome is a dynamic regulatory framework that controls the use of genomic information to govern the response of cells, tissues, organs, and individuals to their environment. The Education Committee invites SOT members, Regional Chapters, Special Interest Groups, and Specialty Sections to submit applications for partial or full travel support up to $1,250.
Almost 100 SOT members are employed within the NIEHS, and the institute has been an active participant and sponsor of sessions at the SOT Annual Meeting and other events.
The only difference is that we now have a public document acknowledging this beneficial and profound partnership. Moreover, I engaged the students to participate in an activity through which they learned some dos and don’ts of scientific writing, which was liked by everyone and greatly appreciated by those students getting ready to construct their manuscripts for future publication.
Moreover, we had to change the venue of this meeting from one auditorium to another hall in the middle to accommodate overwhelming attendance which reflected their enthusiasm. This meeting will offer a forum for sharing basic and applied research in toxicology and is aimed to convene international scientists to present their results related to the exposure to toxic agents, adverse effects, mechanisms of toxicity, preventive alternatives, normativity, and more to strengthen the science-policy interface to foster the progress towards sustainability. Miller regarding the importance of reproducibility and rigor, "As many of you may be aware, the National Institutes of Health released new guidelines a few months ago regarding rigor and reproducibility, a topic familiar to the readers of Toxicological Sciences.
Gehring Diversity Student Travel Award was presented to Lisbeth Perez-Castro by Jorge Naciff, Chair of the Committee on Diversity Initiatives (CDI), during the SOT Annual Meeting at the CDI Reunion. Gehring Diversity Student Award recognizes a student who participated in the SOT Undergraduate Program, is from a group underrepresented in toxicology, and is presenting an abstract at the SOT Annual Meeting. Additionally, over fifty undergraduates joined the travel award recipients for the open Sunday activities. The Committee on Diversity Initiatives (CDI) would like to recognize and give special thanks to these wonderful program volunteers.
Many of this year’s participants have reported back on what a wonderful and affirming experience they had during the Undergraduate Program, and how valuable the experience will be as they look ahead to plan career paths and consider pursuing advanced degrees.
Talks will describe key factors that impact the interpretation of nonclinical discovery and development studies. This international meeting will bring scientists from around the world to the University of Rochester to discuss emerging knowledge about the AHR and its many ligands. Led by numerous nationally and internationally recognized experts in the field of medical toxicology, this course provides a broad overview of the scope of medical toxicology and a detailed perspective into current clinical and public health toxicological issues.
The International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX) organizes the largest and most prestigious International Congress on Toxicology (ICT) every three years, offering the opportunity to learn the latest developments in toxicological science and regulation through general scientific sessions and continuing education courses. This conference will provide a forum for communication and interactions between toxicologists, pathologists, clinicians, pharmacologists, basic scientists, and other professionals working in the field of ocular toxicology. Career challenges faced by female trainees and professionals will be discussed including negotiating a competitive salary, climbing the career ladder, speaking up without appearing aggressive, and effective networking.
The city is also a major center for foreign affairs, hosting the headquarters of the United Nations.
It focuses not only on improving general English skills, but also on sparking student interest in the areas of Dance, Media, Fashion and Culture through our electives. Columbia University has an extensive underground tunnel system more than a century old, with the oldest portions predating the present campus.
Anthony Betrus, Professor of Information and Communication Technology at the State University of New York, Potsdam announced today a partnership to provide course completion certificates to NEF’s CyberLearning students.


This class is designed to spark student interest and help students gain understanding of the city and the culture they are discovering. Toxicology, and science in general, continues to suffer from a lack of sustained investment and commitment from academic institutions, corporations, and government entities.
The basic principles of the use of animal models of disease is reviewed as well as the advantages and disadvantages of these models. This live webinar is open only to members of the partnering societies of the SLC listed on the SLC website, and you must register to attend. However, the use of animal models, particularly for rare disease drugs, is increasing, and regulators are tasked with determining whether the data generated in these models are adequate to support drug development and approval of safe and effective therapies, with limited clinical trial data.
Patricia Brown, OLAW Director, discusses why this application section is required, what reviewers look for, and more.
The CEF Panel addresses questions related to safety in the use of materials in contact with food (substances used to manufacture food contact materials and processes to recycle plastics intended for food contact), food enzymes, flavouring substances, processing aids, and processes. This series will provide pharmaceutical industry and regulatory perspectives on this topic. The aim of this webinar is to review the use of animal models of disease in the evaluation of exaggerated pharmacology and toxicity to improve the relevance and extrapolation of the assessments to the intended disease population. On December 3, a workshop on exposure and risk calculation was given to a smaller audience of approximately 30 students and faculty.
Michael Kordi, the rector of the university, to discuss potential future collaboration with this large and important regional institution.
The main focus will be two-fold: to improve our understanding of ocular toxicology, pharmacology, and safety assessment and to increase our understanding of the challenges associated with the development of the next generation of ocular drugs and devices.
As a master regulator of gene expression, the epigenome is responsive to a diverse range of environmental factors including toxicant exposure, diet, stress, and socioeconomic circumstances. I cannot thank the SOT Education Committee enough for giving me this enthralling opportunity to make a strong impact on a group of students and faculty in India.
The needs, obstacles, and questions the students had regarding career and education in the field of toxicology came to light and I did my best to provide answers to those issues.
Our journal has been ahead of most in addressing these issues and expanding editorial policies to improve the rigor, reliability, and reproducibility of the science that appears within.
The award recipient is selected by the CDI and may be either a graduate student or undergraduate student. The Sunday program is open to any undergraduate student who registered for the Annual Meeting, including the 2016 Pfizer SOT Undergraduate Travel Award Recipients.
Featured themes include understanding inter-individual sensitivity, mechanisms of transgenerational inheritance, advances in high throughput screening, and emerging chemicals of concern. Symposia topics include early prenatal diagnosis of birth defects, testicular dysgenesis syndrome, and thrombosis during pregnancy.
The content of this course will provide information that could be helpful to those seeking certification in toxicology or to those seeking more advanced training in toxicology.
It's an appropriate course for physicians preparing for their board exams as well as any medical professional interested in increasing his or her understanding of the impact of toxicology on human health and local communities. The webinar series is sponsored by the American Cleaning Institute (ACI), in collaboration with the Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment (TERA) Center, University of Cincinnati and endorsed by the Society of Toxicology and Society for Risk Analysis. The goal of this meeting is to communicate recent discoveries and promote discussion of miRNA biomarker research efforts between consortia partners and independent researchers as a critical step toward the streamlined utilization of promising biomarkers for nonclinical and clinical safety assessment. Visit the Modular Course website for course registration, course content, lodging, and other course information. Symposia topics include: case studies on current issues within the field of genetic toxicology, exploring the role of DNA damage in epigenetics, recent advances in screening technologies, and the Pig-a gene mutation assay, as well as new techniques for identifying rare genotoxic events. English classes will be held at the school in Midtown Manhattan and students will stay in the heart of New York City. It is composed of the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Education and Professional Studies, and the Crane School of Music. NEF offers 3,000 high quality K-99 online courses using state-of-the-art LMS (Learning Management System) and interactive video platform. We are being asked to train more students, perform more experiments, complete more paperwork, and publish more papers, yet the necessary investment in the infrastructure of science has not kept pace. In addition, specific examples of the use of these models in safety assessments are presented. In general, nonclinical studies to support clinical trial initiation and ongoing development of small molecules and biologics are guided by ICH M3 and ICH S6; however, review divisions may apply regulatory flexibility.
The work of the two Panels mainly concerns substances evaluated by EFSA before their use can be authorized in the European Union.
The basic principles of the use of animal models of disease will be reviewed as well as the advantages and disadvantages of these models. Ternopol State Medical University has an enrollment of 4,063 students, including 1,200 foreign students from 62 countries. Farland was the US Environmental Protection Agency Deputy Administrator, Science, from 2001–2006.
Traditional toxicological paradigms have relied on factors such as age, genetic polymorphisms, and disease status to identify variability in responsiveness to environmental toxicant exposure; however, these factors are neither sufficient to faithfully identify differentially responsive individuals, nor are they modifiable factors that can be leveraged to mitigate adverse health effects of toxicant exposures. A primary goal of this meeting is to feature new investigators, new technology, and new areas of concern, including potential effects on pollinators.
There will be numerous career development events designed specifically for students and new and early stage investigators. In particular, the organizing committee has focused on the two challenges that were considered to be of the highest importance in the field.
Topics span organ systems and disease models and will include up-to-date thinking about how the AHR is relevant to the development and function of many organ systems, to numerous diseases, as well as to drug discovery and environmental health.
The faculty consists of well-recognized experts in their field of study and most are Board Certified by the American Board of Toxicology (ABT). IUTOX is proud to present this meeting where toxicologists from around the world will share their recent findings with colleagues and other ICTXIV delegates. In particular, the committee has focused on the two challenges that were considered to be of the highest importance in the field. As toxicologists we must engage legislators (local to global), regulators, and scientific administrators to emphasize the importance of the foundation on which biomedical research is conducted.
In addition, specific examples of the use of these models in safety assessments will be presented. Korchevskiy had the opportunity to tell the audience about the importance of toxicological professions and the priorities for the Society of Toxicology. For more information including continuing education and abstract submission, please visit the conference website. We continue to identify ways to enhance the quality of our science and welcome feedback from our readers to guide us in this process. Rychlik, Allan Somers, and Pamella Tijerina led and inspired the students throughout the entire three-day program.
An associated Gordon Research Seminar will be held in conjunction, led and organized by trainees, and featuring work in the area of genes, genetics, and genomics. For additional information and to register, please visit the Teratology Annual Meeting website.
Focusing on emerging ideas and transformative approaches will be a unifying basis from which participants working on every level from molecule to man can converge and discuss the past, present, and future of the Endocrine Disruptor Chemical (EDC) field. Immunogenicity of these therapeutics is a significant confounding factor and often makes nonclinical risk assessment difficult.
To ensure an interactive meeting, registration is limited, so act soon to guarantee your place.
Abstracts from students and new investigators received by March 4, 2016, will automatically qualify for potential travel awards. Gehring had a strong interest in encouraging individuals from groups underrepresented in the sciences to enter biomedical sciences and toxicology. The development of these technologies is complicated by their complex and novel composition, the local cellular response often observed against these systems within the eye, and a lack of clear regulatory guidance in the field. For additional information and to register, go to the Ocular Toxicology conference website.
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