Students at University of Guelph’s Toxicology can work with faculty members within ten separate departments and undertake research in areas such as: role of oxidative stress in Alzheimer disease, DNA damage by chemical carcinogens, regulation of drug metabolizing enzymes, biodegradation of environmental pollutants, risk assessment of pesticides and pesticide screening by antibody development, insect resistance to insecticides, metal contamination of soils and toxicity to plants.

Course Type: Academic courses

Learning Type: In Person

Start Months: September

Course Duration: Full Time

Full Time Hours: 12 months

Qualifications Required: MSc

Cost: £8,960 per year

Contact details of organiser: University of Guelph

Entry Requirements:

General requirements
Masters and doctoral students interested in pursuing a collaborative specialization in Toxicology must first meet the admission requirements of the primary program of interest (see department website for specific requirements).

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