Judy Strickland, Principal Predictive Toxicologist at Inotiv, Inc. will receive a Rosalind Franklin Society Award in Science for the article “Application of Defined Approaches to Assess Skin Sensitization Potency of Isothiazolinone Compounds” published in 2022 in Applied In Vitro Toxicology. This award is given to the best paper of the year by a woman or underrepresented minority in each of the Mary Ann Liebert Inc. journals in health, medicine, and biotechnology. Winners will be formally announced in July. The paper is available by clicking here. More information about the Society and the award can be found here.

Strickland has 22 years’ experience in evaluating test methods that reduce, refine, or replace animals for regulatory chemical safety testing. She has both coordinated and evaluated national and international validation studies to assess the performance of non-animal methods for assessing chemical toxicity. Her evaluations of non-animal methods for the assessment of chemical skin sensitizers contributed to the first internationally harmonized guideline for non-animal approaches that can replace animal tests to identify skin sensitizers and classify their potency. Strickland serves on the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Expert Groups on Skin Sensitization and Defined Approaches for Skin Sensitization. She received her Ph.D. in pharmacology from East Carolina University and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology.

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