General Toxicology I,II (3,3)
Basic principles of toxicology, organ toxicology, toxicology of specific chemical agents and radiation; overview of environmental and industrial toxicology and safety evaluation.
Gallo, Richardson. Prerequisites: 16:115:503,504, 16:761:501,502, or equivalent.
(S) General Toxicology Laboratory (2)
Introduction to the basic laboratory activities in toxicology. Emphasis on state-of-the-art techniques for toxicity evaluation of chemicals.
Reuhl. Prerequisite: 16:963:501. Corequisite: 16:963:502.
(F) Biochemical Toxicology (4)
Metabolism and electrophilic reactions of subsequent toxic metabolites studied with emphasis on kinetics, mutagenesis, carcinogenesis, and organ toxicity.
Iba, Thomas. Prerequisites: 16:115:503,504, and permission of instructor.
Seminar in Toxicology (1,1)
Students present reports on current topics in toxicology. During the first two years, a minimum of two reports a year is required, and one per year thereafter.
Advanced Problems in Toxicology (BA)
Prerequisites: Permission of adviser and graduate director.
Advanced General Pharmacology I,II (4,4)
Toxicological Pathology (3)
Stresses morphological effects of chemical agents in cells and organs. Includes chemical and pathological correlates in laboratory animal models.
(S) Neural Injury and Repair (3)
Mechanisms by which the nervous system is damaged by chemicals, trauma, and other agents. Neurobiological basis for its response to injury.
(S) Molecular Toxicology (2)
Laboratory techniques used in toxicological research. Students will analyze research data and evaluate the techniques used.
Research in Toxicology (BA,BA)