The British Toxicology Society was founded as a natural successor to the Toxicology Club (1971-1979). The aim was to provide a discussion forum for scientific problems and issues related to toxicology. The Society was constituted formally in April 1979 with 200 members. One key role for the Society is to host an Annual Congress where toxicologists from all areas of the discipline come together to participate in learning and discuss research in toxicology.
If members could help promote the society by displaying on staff and student notice boards this would be appreciated.