• Molecular and Cellular
  • Environmental
Dr. Rob Smart in his lab in Toxicology on Centennial Campus. Photo by Marc Hall

Investigating Environmental Toxicants

Research is conducted in many key toxicological areas including but not limited to; fundamental mechanisms, GxE interactions, resistance and susceptibility to environmental stressors, effects of the environment on the genome and epigenome, individual and population susceptibility, critical windows of susceptibility, endocrine disrupting chemicals, integration of high-throughput screens, cell systems, and model organisms to identify fundamental […]

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Viles of DNA await to be tested the Toxicology building on Centennial Campus

Researching Environmental Impacts

The Environmental Toxicology Concentration provides both didactic and research training on the fate and effects of pollutants in the environment.

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