Overview of Graduate Education in Toxicology at Rochester
Over 160 students have earned the doctorate and about 30 are generally in residence. By the time they have graduated, students will typically have published several articles and have also become skilled at presenting their research finding to others. Our graduate training is broad enough to qualify students for a wide variety of careers. Some graduates choose to pursue academic careers, engaging in research and teaching at universities and colleges. Many do postdoctoral research before choosing their career.
Others work at research institutes and governmental agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Institutes of Health, the Food and Drug Administration, and the Consumer Products Safety Commission. Many are now in industry, particularly at chemical and pharmaceutical companies such as Dow Chemical, Johnson & Johnson, General Mills, Abbott Laboratories, and GlaxoSmithKline. Occasionally a graduating student will choose to attend law or medical school, or combine their toxicology with veterinary medicine or pharmaceutical science.
2008 Entering Class
Union College, B.S. 2008
Advisor: Patricia Hinkle, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh, B.S. 2002
Advisor: B Paige Lawrence, Ph.D.
2009 Entering Class
|John (Allen) Bennett
Western Carolina University, B.S. 2008
Advisor: Tom Gasiewicz, Ph.D.
Cedar Crest College, B.S. 2009
Advisor: Margot Mayer-Pröschel, Ph.D.
Stanford University, B.S. 2008
Advisors: David Dean, Ph.D. and Jennifer Young, Ph.D.
2010 Entering Class
University of Delaware, B.A. 2010
Advisor: Kerry O’Banion, M.D., Ph.D.
Utah State University, B.S. 2010
Advisors: Drs. Richard Phipps and Patricia Sime
Brooklyn College, B.S. 2009
Advisor: David Dean, Ph.D.
Calvin College, B.S. 2010
Advisor: Michael O’Reilly, Ph.D.
2011 Entering Class
Hiram College, B.A. 2011
Advisor: Patricia Sime, MD.
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, B.S. 2010
2012 Entering Class
Geneseo College, B.S. 2012
Advisors: Drs. Patricia Sime and Richard Phipps
SUNY Cortland, B.S. 2010
Advisor: Patricia Sime, M.D.
Boise St. Univ. B.S. 2012
Advisor: Lisa Opanashuk, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh B.S. 2009
Advisor: B. Paige Lawrence, Ph.D.
Juniata College B.S. 2010
Advisor: Matthew Rand, Ph.D.
Swarthmore College B.A. 2012
Advisor: Ania Majewska, Ph.D.
2013 Entering Class
SUNY Coll Env. Sci & Forestry, Syracuse B.S. 1995; M.S. 2002
Duquesne Univ, Pittsburgh, B.S. 2012; M.S. 2013
St. Lawrence Univ. B.S. 2010
Univ. of Massachusetts, Boston, B.S. 2009
About 10 postdoctoral fellows are usually in residence. They are distributed broadly among the research programs and are supported either by our NIEHS training grant or by faculty research grants. Please contact individual faculty members or Dr. Paige Lawrence , the Program Director, to learn about current postdoctoral training opportunities.
Tanveer Ahmed, Ph.D.
Lidza Kalifa, Ph.D.
Chad Lerner, Ph.D.
Sara Montgomery, Ph.D.
Emma Reilly, Ph.D.
Isaac K. Sundar, Ph.D.
Marissa Soboleski Terry, Ph.D.
Zeenath Unnisa, Ph.D.
Hiromi Ishitobi Weston, Ph.D.
Megan Wood, Ph.D.
For more information and details on how to apply please visit the Office for Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs.