Major focus areas for research of the Toxicology program offered by the University of Cincinnati are the genetic, epigenetic, biochemical and physiological determinants of individual and population susceptibility to environmental diseases. Research topics include carcinogenesis, respiratory diseases, obesity and diabetes, biodefense, microbial genomics and various organ-specific toxicities. Pathways studied include gene regulation, signal transduction, oxidative stress and mitochondrial function, metal transport and toxicity. Methodologies include transgenic and recombinant inbred mouse models, knockout mouse models, bioinformatics, epigenetics, proteomics, and genomics.
Course Type: Academic courses
Learning Type: In Person
Start Months: January
Course Duration: Full Time
Full Time Hours: 24 months
Qualifications Required: MSc
Cost: £40,123 per year
Contact details of organiser: University of Cincinnati
GRE and GMAT required. General requirements
Selection of your desired program
CV or resume
Statement of Purpose and objectives
Unofficial transcripts for ALL higher education institutions attended
Three Letters of Recommendation from individuals familiar with your academic or professional background.
International transcripts should be evaluated by WES.
Official transcripts of all colleges and universities must be submitted if accepted to the program. These must be official, therefore copies cannot replace official records from higher educational institutions attended.