The 2nd Annual Alexander Awards: Best Tox Reading of 2011

by pgh on July 1, 2012

Alexander Gettler
Taking inspiration from New York Times columnist David Brooks and his annual Sidney Awards for the best magazine essays of the preceding year, TPR is proud to present its Alexander Awards for the best toxicology writing on the web in 2011.
The awards are named after Alexander Gettler, who was New York City’s chief toxicologist in the early twentieth century. To be eligible for an Alexander, the article or post must be freely and fully accessible, and not imprisoned behind some firewall, purchase plan, or subscription fee. Unfortunately, this eliminates from consideration nearly every paper that has appeared in a major medical journal this year.
However, some fascinating journal articles are available — in toto – on the web. In Substance Abuse, Katshu e…

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