SAT was organized in 1977 for furthering communication among Forensic Toxicologists in the area of analytical methods and interpretation of findings. Most of our members represent laboratories in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, Arkansas, Colorado and Louisiana. Laboratory services are being provided for police agencies, medical examiners, racing regulatory agencies, hospitals, drug-free workplaces and academic institutions.
The James C. Garriott grant was established to encourage toxicologists at the bench level to present their own research or validations, interesting cases their laboratories have come across. Click below for more information and an application to apply for the Garriott Meeting Grant.