Quantitative Toxicology (TOX 400.3)

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Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
TOX 400 01 September 2016 Katherine Stewart (primary instructor)

Description

This course provides students with the knowledge and tools required to design, evaluate and interpret toxicological studies. Students will learn how to identify putative causes of adverse effects, design experiments to evaluate these causes and how to estimate, and communicate about, how toxicant concentrations are linked to adverse effects. The course will include test designs at the organism, population and ecological levels of organization by using examples drawn from human and ecological toxicological disciplines. At the conclusion of this course, students will have gained an understanding of how human and ecological toxicity tests are designed, interpreted and communicated.

Prerequisite(s)

TOX 300, TOX 301; and one of STAT 245, STAT 246 or PLSC 214

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