The objective of the Toxicology Graduate Program at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center is to educate pre-doctoral students to develop independent research careers in molecular and environmental toxicology. Upon completion of the Toxicology Graduate Program, students will receive a Ph.D. degree in Toxicology and utilize their training in academia, industry or government. The current program consists of 28 full time pre-doctoral students and 37 full time Toxicology graduate faculty members. The Toxicology graduate faculty have primary appointments in the School of Pharmacy, the School of Medicine, the Webb-Waring Antioxidant Research Institute, the National Jewish Medical Center or the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center. Research opportunities for trainees cover the breadth of toxicology with major strengths in cancer/carcinogenesis/chemoprevention, oxidative stress and antioxidants, neurotoxicology, pulmonary toxicology, hepatotoxicology, pharmacogenetics, pharmacogenomics, immunotoxicology and forensic and clinical toxicology. Please visit our web page for additional information.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Financial Aid Offered: No
Classification: Doctoral/Research Universities - Intensive
Institution Sector: Public
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 20,000 and above