Venom Week 6, March 14 - 17, 2018, Sponsord by National Natural Toxins Research Center, A&M Kingsville Center for Continuing Education and the Noth American Societ of Toxicology

Venom Week

Venom Week VI will be hosted at Texas A&M University-Kingsville (TAMUK) by the National Natural Toxins Research Center (NNTRC) in collaboration with the Center for Continuing Education. Venom Week VI is the International Scientific Symposium of all things venomous; emphasizing on venomous animals, the venom they produce, and the management of envenomations.  This North American scientific meeting hosts national and international personnel whose interests range from caring for venomous creatures to managing venomous bites in humans and animals. 

  • Dates: March 14 – 17, 2018
  • Times: 8 AM – 5 PM (half day on the 17th) 
  • Location: Peacock Auditorium located within the Biological and Health Sciences Building at TAMUK
  • Presenters: Scientists, physicians, pharmacists, nurses, paramedics, veterinarians, herpetologists, zoo personnel, private collectors, and more
  • Topics: The latest developments in envenomation treatments, husbandry, toxins as lead compounds for drug development, and translational research.


For additional information, please contact the perspective staff member:

For Registration, Submission Forms, Payment:

Brittany Torres
Center for Continuing Education - CNED Supervisor
361-593-2854  •

For Additional Information/Questions:

Dr. Elda E. Sanchez
Department of Chemistry - Associate Professor &
NNTRC Executive Co-Director
361-593-3796  •

This page was last updated on: May 22, 2018