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DOI: 10.1080/109158199225747 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: published extensively in several areas of industrial toxicology. He has held adjunct professorships at several prestigious universities and has contributed his time and expertise unsel® shly to many editorial boards and governmental committees. Dr. Scala's experience and wisdom have left indelible marks on the promotion of the science of toxicology. He is recognized world-wide for his contributions to toxicology. Importantly, however, Dr. Scala is a responsive, thoughtful, and kind human being who places great… Show more

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“…At the time of toxicology’s emergence as a discipline, according to Scala (1999) , the main emphasis of the field was devoted primarily to chemical characterization and safety evaluation, rather than mechanistic toxicology. Scala’s observation is interesting considering that according to Borzelleca (2001) , toxicology’s mechanistic basis developed early in the mid-19th century, along with concomitant advances in physiology.…”
Section: Toxicologymentioning
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“…At the time of toxicology’s emergence as a discipline, according to Scala (1999) , the main emphasis of the field was devoted primarily to chemical characterization and safety evaluation, rather than mechanistic toxicology. Scala’s observation is interesting considering that according to Borzelleca (2001) , toxicology’s mechanistic basis developed early in the mid-19th century, along with concomitant advances in physiology.…”
Section: Toxicologymentioning
“…We tend to focus on the trees of our individual findings or opinions rather than on the forest of public health. Writing in a similar vein, Scala suggested that scientists must become democratically accountable to the broader needs of society in order to sustain societal support (27). The common thread of these messages suggests that the mandate of toxicology is not to use "what if" predictions to produce media headlines or to stimulate funding to investigate phantom risks, but it is rather to improve public health.…”
Section: The Futurementioning