Course review: Applications of methods in toxicological research

This time I will discuss about one of the longest, most amazing and interesting courses from the whole Toxicology programme: Applications of methods in toxicological research. Given that many of you have already asked me questions about the laboratory part of the programme, during this blog I will provide with a very detailed discussion on… Read More Course review: Applications of methods in toxicological research

The 3R’s at Karolinska Institutet

The 3R’s are a concept established by Russell and Burch which encompasses different aspects regarding the use of laboratory animals (rodents and rabbits) in biomedical and toxicological research.  Probably most of you are already familiar with this concept but if no, during this blog I will discuss the main key points of the 3R’s. I… Read More The 3R’s at Karolinska Institutet

The Tricky Target Organ Toxicology – Toxicokinetics and Toxicodynamics course

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