Medical Toxicology in Industry Virtual Rotation
The MTF is now accepting applications for the October 2024 rotation. This unique partnership with Bayer provides fellows with the experience of exploring another aspect of medical toxicology during their fellowship by introducing them to the possibility of a career in industry.Learn More and Apply
MTF Discretionary Fund
The MTF has set up a small discretionary fund to consider funding requests outside of our usual grant and travel award offerings. Apply for up to $5000 - requests considered on a rolling basis.Learn More
Support Medical Toxicology Research, Education, and Patient Care
By making a tax-deductible gift to the MTF you can make a lasting impact on medical toxicology research, education and patient care!Contribute Now!
Read Our Latest Annual Impact Report
This report highlights recent grantees and awardees, new programs, impact stories and more.Read the Report
The Impact of Your Gifts
Impact Story: Emily Amador, DO"The conference was a tremendous learning experience, and I enjoyed every aspect. The lectures helped to further expand my love of toxicology... and gave me a greater gratitude for the topics, history, and people in this field."
Impact Story: Oyeyimika Oyekanmi, DO"I was grateful for the opportunity to learn from some of the best minds in toxicology … getting to network with the toxicology community and being welcomed with open arms was equally as inspiring."
Impact Story: Jonathan Meadows, DO"I learned about cutting edge toxicology topics from world renown speakers, innovative initiatives, and amazing cases…This experience solidified my decision to pursue a toxicology fellowship and become a toxicologist."
Your Foundation at Work
Foundation-supported research including collaborative funding projects, has led to many advancements in medical toxicology and publications in national and international research journals.
Each year the MTF provides multiple opportunities for medical toxicologists to further their education and training through travel awards to ACMT’s Annual Scientific Meeting, a fellowship rotation in industry program, and other opportunities.
Medication overdose or adverse drug reactions, chemical exposures, environmental toxins, envenomation, chemical warfare agents and occupational hazards are just some of the ways you, your child, or someone you care about can be poisoned. Patient access to this unique medical specialty saves lives every day.
Donor Voices: Why We Give
Because of the generosity of our donors, the MTF is able to provide multiple opportunities for to further education and training in medical toxicology through travel awards to ACMT’s Annual Scientific Meeting, research grants, and educational opportunities such as a fellowship rotation in industry program, and more.