European Society of Toxicology (EST)

Société européenne de toxicologie
Europäische Gesellschaft für Toxikologie
Società Europea di Tossicologia

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1962-09-20 Zurich Switzerland


20 Sep 1962, Zurich (Switzerland), as European Society for the Study of Drug Toxicity -- Association européenne pour l'étude de la toxicité des médicaments, following identification of thalidomide as a human teratogen. Statutes adopted 11 Jan 1963, Paris (France), at first annual scientific meeting. Registered in accordance with Swiss law. Listed title adopted 11 Jun 1974, Karlovy Vary (Czechoslovakia), when statutes were modified accordingly. Ceased to exist 21 Jul 1989, Brighton (UK), when merged with H-XD1074 - Federation of European Societies of Toxicology, with whom it had previously sponsored a congress every 2 years, to form D-XD0858 - EUROTOX.

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