Laboratory research in Pharmacology and Toxicology
The College of Veterinary Medicine from Michigan State University is the primary administrative unit. All three colleges offer a Master of Science degree program in Laboratory Research in Pharmacology and Toxicology, a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degree program in Pharmacology and Toxicology, and a Graduate Certificate in Safety Pharmacology. A Master of Science degree in Integrative Pharmacology is also available for professional laboratory personnel. In addition, the College of Veterinary Medicine offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree program with a major in pharmacology and toxicology—environmental toxicology. Research strengths include neuropharmacology neurotoxicology, cardiovascular pharmacology, chemical carcinogenesis, environmental toxicology, drug discovery, drug receptor pharmacology, gastrointestinal pharmacology, immunopharmacology, immunotoxicology, and integrative pharmacology.
Students who are enrolled in Master of Science degree programs in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology may elect a Specialization in Food Safety. For additional information, refer to the statement on the specialization in the College of Veterinary Medicine section of this catalog.
Course Type: Academic courses
Learning Type: In Person
Start Months: January
Course Duration: Full Time
Full Time Hours: 12 months
Qualifications Required: MSc
Contact details of organiser: Michigan State University
We are not aware of any specific GRE, GMAT or GPA grading score requirements for this programme. The program leading to the Master of Science degree is usually restricted to those persons who have a medical doctorate or who are concurrently enrolled in a medical doctoral program.