Problem Based Learning or better known as “PBL” is a relatively new and innovative learning method which is commonly used at KI. Home exams are also widely used as teaching tools and they are normally applied as final exams. During this blog I will explain in a very detailed way what a PBL is and… Read More The Famous PBL Concept and Home Exams
The trickiest, heaviest and longest course has now finished and this time I am here to perform a detailed and critic analysis of how it was for me and some of my colleagues. During this blog I will also discuss from my personal perspective about the course’s structure, its contents, exams and some pros/cons. Additionally,… Read More The Tricky Target Organ Toxicology – Toxicokinetics and Toxicodynamics course
Welcome back to my blog! First of all I want to wish you all a happy 2020 and I hope that 2019 had been a very nice and productive year. This time I am going to discuss briefly and in a very personal way how this first semester of my master’s programme was and how… Read More A reflexion about my first semester at the Toxicology programme
Hi and welcome back to my Tox-blog! This time I will make a very enjoyable review of the very first Toxicology programme course: Principles of Toxicology. During this blog I will discuss and explain some of the most relevant and interesting aspects of this very short but amazing introductory course. I will also provide some… Read More Course review: Principles of Toxicology
If you are considering applying to the master’s programme in Toxicology, you might be wondering one of the next things: What does this programme involve? What do I learn during the Master’s? In which areas can I get job? Don’t worry! I’m here to give an overview of what the Tox programme is about. During… Read More What is the Toxicology programme about?
I am Aline Colonnello Montero, I am twenty four years old and I come from the wonderful but busy Mexico City. I currently study the Master’s programme in Toxicology at Karolinska Institutet. My main roles at this university will include being full time student at my programme and also posting blogs for the digital ambassador… Read More New Toxicology blogger here!
Last year in November, I was slowly getting tired of sitting in the lecture rooms and trying to get through the assignments and groupworks… I could dream about adverse outcome pathways, ADME and the 3Rs, so it was really time to move on with the most exciting part of the ToxMaster, the master’s thesis! I… Read More How to find the perfect project for your (Tox)master’s thesis
Today I will share some tips on how to prepare yourself for the Swedish job market after graduating from the toxicology master. As an international student in Sweden, I find it definitely harder to find a job. However, it is not impossible when I look at my senior colleagues from the master’s programme! The following… Read More How to find a job as a toxicologist in Sweden (and the rest of the world)?
Air pollution, global warming and UN sustainable goals. These are all terms that we see on the news on a regular basis. Luckily, during the second year of the Master’s Programme in Toxicology, there is a course called Global Toxicology which allows us to study what’s really going on. Course layout The course is 2-weeks… Read More Course review: Global Toxicology and Sustainable Development
Welcome back! It was a long summer holiday and during the three months, I went back to my hometown in the Netherlands, travelled a bit, and if you follow the @kistudents Instagram, you’ve probably seen that I was in Seoul to attend the South-Korean Science and Technology annual conference in Seoul and Seili Island in… Read More NordBioMedNet Summer School 2018