Dr. Toth became a Diplomate of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM) in 1991 and served for 4 years as an elected member of the ACLAM Board of Directors. She was also an elected member-at-large of the AAALAC International Executive Committee. She is also an active member of AALAS, the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science, and serves as the Editor-in-Chief for that organization's two peer-reviewed two journals - Comparative Medicine and JAALAS. Finally, she is an appointed member of an NIH study section, served on an NIEHS advisory committee, is a steering committee member and past Chair of the Group on Research Advancement and Development of the Association of American Medical Colleges, and is an advisor to the Executive Leadership In Academic Medicine (ELAM) program of Drexel University. Dr. Toth's research interests focus on the genetic modulation of sleep propensity in healthy and disease, the impact of sleep loss and diurnal disruption on susceptibility to and recuperation from infectious and inflammatory disease, and the impact of environment on research animals and data.