How to find a job as a toxicologist in Sweden (and the rest of the world)?

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)?

Course review: Global Toxicology and Sustainable Development

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

Things I Didn’t Expect When I Applied to the Toxicology Program at KI: A Freemover

With graduation pictures and celebrations filling up my social media pages, it feels surreal that I will soon join them as a new graduate, even though we don’t need to wear a typical gown for KI’s graduation ceremony. It is always at the end when you think about the beginning. And when I look back… Read More Things I Didn’t Expect When I Applied to the Toxicology Program at KI: A Freemover

Toxicology Program Alumni (Part II)

“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)

Course review: Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research Part 2

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