TOXI 601 and 602 Advanced Toxicology (3 credits each) - UMB
Prerequisite: 300-level or higher biochemistry and physiology or permission of instructor
Lectures and discussions cover principles of toxicology. Topics include major classes of toxic a gens, principal target organs of toxicity, and mechanisms of toxicity. Two-semester course.
TOXI 609 Methods in Toxicology (1 - 3 credits) - UMB
Prerequisite: permission required.
Students become familiar with laboratory methods used by staff members to study the effects of toxins and environmental pollutants on living systems.
Offered at the UMB and UMCP campuses.
TOXI 621 Risk Assessment and Management in a Regulatory Context ( 3 credits) - UMB
This course is designed to teach students the basic principles that apply to risk assessment of the environmental and human health effects of hazardous chemicals. The course features both lectures and case studies to introduce students to environmental regulations that impact the use, environmental release and clean up of chemical contaminants. Students will learn how to evaluate relationships between exposure to chemicals and health outcomes and how regulations are developed to protect human health..
TOXI 625 Principles of Aquatic Toxicology (3 credits) - UMES
Prerequisite: TOXI 601 or equivalent
This course covers toxicology testing methods, chemical disposition in aquatic species, metabolism, and biochemical effects at the subcellular level. Consideration will be given to the effects and mechanisms by which chemicals produce toxic effects in aquatic organisms.
TOXI 688B Advanced Toxicology (3 credits) - UMES
Instructor: A. Elnabawi
TOXI 688F Pathology of Toxic Compound (3 credits) - UMES
Instructor: E. May
TOXI 688 Methods in Toxicology (1 - 3 credits) - UMES
Students become familiar with laboratory methods used by faculty members to study the effect of toxins and environmental pollutants on living systems.