Great question, Marilyn. The ASCCT password-protected site (http://www.ascctox.org/login.cfm) can be reached with the password “ASCCT2013”. Very soon the presentations from the last meeting will be posted there; I’ll send out a notification when they are. Best regards, Kristie On Jan 15, 2015, at 9:24 AM, Marilyn Aardema <mjaardema@xxxxxx<mailto:mjaardema@xxxxxx>> wrote: Kristie--I hope you are doing well and had a wonderful holiday. I want to log into ASCCT and must have an outdated login (I tried my various emails)....can you assist? I have the password as ASCCT2013, but maybe that too has been updated? Thanks for your assistance! On Jan 15, 2015, at 11:56 AM, Kristie Sullivan wrote: NTP 2015 Travel AwardAnnouncement Elucidating Environmental Dimensions of Neurological Disorders and Disease: Understanding New Tools from Federal Chemical Testing Programs ***************** One of NTP's current initiatives is to increase awareness and familiarity within the research community about high throughput screening (HTS) efforts and associated data and tools and foster the training of post-doctoral fellows and new and early stage investigators. As part of this effort, NTP will provide ~ 10 travel awards (http://ntp.niehs.nih.gov/go/trvlschlr) to help support the travel costs for attending and participating in a 2015 meeting being organized by the Environmental Defense Fund, called Elucidating Environmental Dimensions of Neurological Disorders and Disease: Understanding New Tools from Federal Chemical Testing Programs. Travel awards will beprioritized for investigators who have an interest in considering high throughput screening data as a research tool to investigate the potential effects of environmental chemicals on neurological disorders and disease. A draft agenda for the meeting can be found here: http://tools.niehs.nih.gov/webforms/assets/pdf/EDF-HTS-Neuro-Meeting-Prelim-Condensed-Agenda-vF.pdf.