Woman scientist in her lab

The contributions of many women to Chemical Research in Toxicology are motivated by a combined passion for science and commitment to making scientific discoveries that impact a sustainable future of humans and the environment through science-driven policies for chemical safety. In celebration of Women's History Month and in recognition of the contributions of women to toxicology and allied areas, we are pleased to highlight a special collection of recent papers published in the journal by authors who identify as women.

The highlighted authors are at various stages of their scientific careers, from doctoral students to established leaders, working around the world at different types of institutions.

Read on to hear from each of these inspiring women in their own words and catch up on the entire series below.

Women in Toxicology: Interviews (Part 1)
Women in Toxicology: Interviews (Part 2)
Women in Toxicology: Interviews (Part 3)
Women in Toxicology: Interviews (Part 4)

Audrey Moores Headshot

Audrey Moores, Professor, McGill University, Canada

Cynthia J. Burrows Headshot

Cynthia J. Burrows, Distinguished Professor, University of Utah, United States

Esther Omaiye Headshot

Esther Omaiye, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of California, Riverside, United States

Jessica C. Graham Headshot

Jessica C. Graham, Director, Head of Product Quality & Occupational Toxicology, Genentech, United States

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