The Graduate Group in Pharmacology and Toxicology (PTX) at the University of California, Davis, is an interdisciplinary program that combines coursework and experimental training in modern approaches to pharmacological and toxicological problems.
Now in its fourth year, the Envision UC Davis campus visit program enables California's most promising grad school hopefuls to develop an understanding and appreciation of graduate education. The program sponsors California senior undergraduates and recent bachelor's degree grads for an action-packed weekend on the Davis campus, allowing them to envision their future as a graduate student.
In PREP@UC Davis, we prepare postbaccalaureate students from disadvantaged backgrounds and historically marginalized groups (including individuals who have a disability that limits major life activities) to succeed in PhD programs in the biomedical sciences.
The University of Illinois’ Research Training Program in Toxicology and Environmental Health is a part of the larger, campus-wide Interdisciplinary Environmental Toxicology Program (IETP), which provides toxicology training to students and postdoctoral fellows trained in basic sciences such as endocrinology and reproductive biology. Our program is ideal for students who are interested in applying their basic knowledge in four areas of toxicological research: reproductive/endocrine toxicology, neurotoxicology, nutritional toxicology, and nanotoxicology. The Research Training Program is a T32 NIEHS Environmental Toxicology Training Program.