About the Program
- Interdisciplinary research and training, with faculty from 17 departments within the School of Medicine and Dentistry.
- A strong curriculum.
- Faculty members are internationally recognized, well-funded, fully committed to graduate education. They have proven track records in mentoring students to the Ph.D. degree.
- Supported in part by a Toxicology Training Grant (T32 ES07026) from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, with continuous federal funding since 1966.
- Financial aid is provided to all students. In addition to the $25,500 stipend (20102011), single health plan coverage and travel to scientific meetings is provided to all trainees.
- Outstanding applicants may qualify for Toxicology Scholar awards of up to $5,000 to supplement the stipend.
- All students admitted receive a full tuition scholarship.
- There is a full-time program coordinator.
- Housed within theDepartment of Environmental Medicine, which ranks 7th in National Institutes of Health funding among comparable departments.
- Collaborative atmosphere among students, faculty, and other departments.
- Science outreach and education are also important components of our program. Graduate students may participate in these programs as part of their development as scientists and educators.
- Successful placement of graduates in academia, research institutes, government, and industry.
Recent developments in this program are described on its departmental page at:
For more information and details on how to apply please visit the Office for Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs.