Leo J. Sioris, PharmD
Dr. Leo Sioris is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of SafetyCall International. He also co-founded and served as Vice President of the PROSAR International Poison Center and was co-founder and former Director of the Minnesota Regional Poison Center and Hazard Information Services. He is a full Professor in the Department of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology at the College of Pharmacy, University of Minnesota. He is Course Director of Clinical Toxicology and a mentor for numerous Residents and Fellows in clinical toxicology.
Dr. Sioris received a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy with Distinction from the University of Minnesota in 1975 and his Doctorate in Clinical Pharmacy from Minnesota in 1977. He completed post-graduate training in Clinical Toxicology with the Hennepin Poison Center and the Department of Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center and the Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation.
Dr. Sioris has presented numerous scientific abstracts and invited presentations, as well as published numerous scientific articles, acted as a peer reviewer, and has been the recipient of numerous grants and contracts. His research interests include: clinical toxicology, forensic toxicology, caustics, and the epidemiology of household and occupational exposures. He is also passionate about successfully modeling the delivery of a thriving poison center, post-market surveillance and regulatory reporting, and product stewardship services to the industry.
Statement from our CEOAt SafetyCall, our primary goal is to provide our clients and their customers with immediate access to clear and trusted health, safety, and medical information 24/7. At our core is a principled commitment to providing total product safety solutions to organizations large and small.
What working with SafetyCall means to you:
We help you understand mandatory reporting requirements to meet your regulatory compliance obligations. We facilitate complete and accurate adverse event reporting to federal agencies. We staff the largest adverse event call center in the world with senior healthcare professionals providing coverage 24/7/365. Our trend analysis & benchmarking service puts adverse event reports on your product line into proper industry context. Our consumer care center helps you handle all your customer support needs in a timely and consistent manner. Our best practice consultants help you navigate the ever-changing areas of product safety, risk assessment and federal regulations.
Please contact us to learn more about our company and how we can help yours.”
American Academy of Clinical Toxicology
The American Academy of Clinical Toxicology (AACT) was established in 1968 as a not-for-profit multi-disciplinary organization uniting scientists and clinicians in the advancement of research, education, prevention and treatment of diseases caused by chemicals, drugs and toxins. www.clintox.org
American Association of Poison Control Centers
The AAPCC works with America's 55 poison centers to track poisonings and their sources, including household products, food and beverages, chemicals in the workplace and home, environmental toxins, drugs and medicine, and animal and insect bites and stings. www.aapcc.org
Toxicology History Society
The Toxicological Historical Society is committed to preserving the history of poisons and the poisons of history. www.clintox.org
University of Minnesota Alumni Association
To learn more visit www.minnesotaalumni.org
Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals
SOCAP is a member-driven organization committed to promoting customer care and customer engagement as a competitive advantage in business. www.socap.org
Consumer Specialty Products Association
The Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) is the premier trade association representing the interests of companies engaged in the manufacture, formulation, distribution and sale of more than $100 billion annually in the U.S. of familiar consumer products that help household and institutional customers create cleaner and healthier environments. www.cspa.org