“Toxicology track was the combination of scientific component with applied regulatory toxicology through extensive network of collaborations, including EFSA, European Commission Joint Research Centre, or Swedish Chemical Agency.” RADEK GORA Radek chose to study in the Toxicology program in Sweden because he wanted to study abroad to gain new scientific experience and also immerse himself in an international community… Read More Toxicology Program Alumni (Part II)
A while ago, I wrote about our course “Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research Part 1”. However, that was not the end! Biostatistics After our alternative methods week, we started with a class that many feared would be difficult: Biostatistics. It was long days from 9AM to 4PM where we learned the basic statistical models… Read More Course review: Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research Part 2
Having been in Sweden for nearly two years, I can happily say I have experienced many Swedish traditions. Luckily there are loads and another reason to celebrate is never far away. For those of you who are coming to Sweden in September, why not try a new Swedish thing every month? January: Watch the Fireworks… Read More A Swedish Tradition for Every Month: How many have you done?
What happens after MTLS? Have you ever wondered about the possibilities after graduating from MLTS? I interviewed the 6 ever first MTLS graduated students what they are doing now, almost one year after finishing the Master. Quentin When Quentin moved from France to Stockholm, 3 years ago, to start the MTLS Master, he already… Read More What happens after MTLS?
Hello all! Today’s blog is about the toxicology part of the current course for Biomedicine Bachelors in their second year. This course is tied with Pharmacology but I will do a review blog for Pharmacology later on. How was the toxicology course different to other courses? Like all other courses there were lectures and project… Read More Poisons and toxicity- A toxicology course review!
Today I will give you a glimpse of the Svensk Förening för Toxikologi (Swedish Society of Toxicology) annual meeting! On the 20th of April, the meeting was held in the Nobel Forum at KI with the theme: Children’s Health! The meeting started early in the morning at 9AM and we were welcomed with… Read More The Annual Meeting of The Swedish Society of Toxicology
The first module of our second semester was ‘Basic Epidemiology and Statistics’. There was a real mixture of experience with statistics in our class; some people had used statistical software daily in their jobs, whilst others hadn’t studied the subject since school. However, all of us appreciated the importance of this course, as a strong… Read More “Lies, damned lies and statistics”: A course review
Meet Sara Banderby Today we will hear more about one of our Tox Alumni, Sara Banderby! Sara was one of our guest lecturers during the course “Applications of Method and Methods in Toxicological Research”, where she talked about Animal use in In Vitro Research with an emphasize on the 3R perspectives which are reduction, replacement, refinement.… Read More Life of Sara after the Tox Master
In my previous blog, school work vs. lab work, I compared my school life in these two different cities. I want to expand my comparison into my non-school life between New Haven and Stockholm. Why specifically New Haven you might wonder? The reason being that there is no way for me to generalize my experience… Read More Stockholm, Sweden vs. New Haven, Connecticut
Hello! Here comes another course related blog! We are currently studying Pharmacology and Toxicology which is a 10 credit course. The course is divided into two parts so we get two different schedules for Pharmacology and Toxicology respectively. We are studying pharmacology to understand how treatment using drugs work on a cellular level on the… Read More Pharmacology and Toxicology course information