JNP1018 - Molecular Mechanism of Toxicology






Introduction:

Topics in Molecular and Biochemical Toxicology. This graduate course examines molecular mechanisms by which endogenous and exogenous toxicants induce cellular pathology. The genetic basis of susceptibility to toxicants and drugs is also examined. A journal club format is used to instruct students in the critical evaluation of research data and in the development of research programs aimed at molecular toxicologic investigations (20 student max).



Course location and hours: Tuesdays 4-6 pm in Pharmacy (PB210). As per graduate schedule, course will begin on September 7th (IN PERSON).   
Lecture topic dropoff link: https://www.dropbox.com/request/Zey1cLbScfEoGXKi17VC


Course Notes:

Next meeting: September 14th (PB210)

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Unit 1

Unit 2



Next meeting: September 21st

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Unit 3

Unit 4



Next meeting: September 28th

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Next meeting: October 5th


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Next meeting: October 12th


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Next meeting: November 5th


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Next meeting: November 12th (HS705)


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Next meeting: November 19th (HS705)


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Final Grant Proposal Due:
Dec 17th, 5:00 pm via assignment link: https://www.dropbox.com/request/Zey1cLbScfEoGXKi17VC


Professor:

Dr. Jeffrey Henderson
Pharmacy building, Rm 903
Phone: 416-946-3090
Office hours: Tuesday 3-4
Email: jeff.henderson@utoronto.ca





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