• 9th International Toxinology Meeting

    Venoms & Toxins 2022

    23-25 August 2022


    Toxinology at Oxford

    Twitter: #VenOx22
  • 9th International Toxinology Meeting

    Venoms & Toxins 2022

    23-25 August 2022


    Toxinology at Oxford

    Twitter: #VenOx22
  • 9th International Toxinology Meeting

    Venoms & Toxins 2022

    23-25 August 2022


    Toxinology at Oxford

    Twitter: #VenOx22
  • 9th International Toxinology Meeting

    Venoms & Toxins 2022

    23-25 August 2022


    Toxinology at Oxford

    Twitter: #VenOx22
  • 9th International Toxinology Meeting

    Venoms & Toxins 2022

    23-25 August 2022


    Toxinology at Oxford

    Twitter: #VenOx22

Venoms and Toxins 2022


We warmly invite you to attend our 2022 international toxinology conference “Venoms and Toxins 2022” which will be held on 23th -25th August 2022.

We would very much like to hold our 2022 bacteriophage meeting in-person. However, due to the current uncertainties surrounding COVID-19-related travel and social restrictions the decision to hold this meeting in-person or virtually will be taken in 2022.

Our 2021 toxinology meeting was a great success and demonstrated our commitment to a diverse and inclusive oral programme, showcasing senior and emerging researchers from across the globe. We hope to maintain this scientific excellence, originality and diversity in 2022.

Get involved in shaping the conference agenda: We wish to invite the whole toxinology community to play an active role in designing the scientific programme of this meeting. Please suggest keynote and other speakers, agenda topics, and proposals for lifetime achievement awards, whether or not you are planning to attend or present. We particularly invite young researchers, including final-year doctoral students and early-/mid-career postdoctoral researchers/junior group leaders to play an active role in shaping the conference agenda and to submit their proposals.


Conference summary: The conference agenda will include most aspects of toxinology research. Our key priority scientific areas for this meeting include:

  • New techniques for analysing venoms and antidotes (venomics, antivenomics)
  • Clinical toxinology: novel treatments for victims of envenoming (small molecular weight venom enzyme inhibitors and novel antivenom designs)
  • Biological interface: evolution of venoms; new venomous taxa; habits of venomous animals that bring them into contact with humans; conservation of toxifauna and toxiflora
  • Snake venom/antivenom pharmacokinetics and dynamics and their applicability to snakebite diagnostics
  • Neuropharmacology and neurophysiology
  • Plant toxins, including mushroom poisoning
  • Bacterial toxins, including cyanobacteria

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