Volume 1 (2013)
Welcome to the first issue of the Journal of Toxicological Education.
Articles will be published immediately upon acceptance. Volume 1 will continue until December 31 of 2013. For more information on the journal, please visit our our website.
Table of Contents:
A Toxicological Study using Zebrafish (Danio rerio) as a Model by Mindy Reynolds. 10-20.
Development of a Bachelors of Science in Toxicology Program at a Liberal Arts College by Stephanie Zamule. 21-30.
Agents of Bioterrorism: Curriculum and Pedagogy in an Online Masters Course by Eric Page and Joshua Gray. 31-53.
(Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)Academic service learning (AS-L) is a type of active learning in which a student demonstrates knowledge and understanding through service to the community and reflection. The present report describes an activity in which ...
Introducing Toxicology into the Biochemistry Curricula: Using Cytochrome c (Cytc) Functionalities as a Model (Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)The electron transport chain (ETC) is a keystone topic of all biochemistry courses at the undergraduate level. Many ETC components, especially cytochrome c (Cytc), are also important to the field of toxicology. Unfortunately, ...
(Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)The Agents of Bioterrorism course (BSBD 640, University of Maryland University College) is a graduate level course created in response to an elevated need for scientists working in the field of medical countermeasures to ...
(Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)Nazareth College, an independent, primarily undergraduate institution serving approximately 2,900 students, has recently developed a bachelor of science in toxicology program designed to prepare students for entry into ...
(Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)Only recently has it been adequately recognized that substances present in the environment can have adverse effects on developing organisms. Now, with environmental pollutants accumulating at an unprecedented rate, and ...
A Toxicologist's Perspective on Having and Doing it All: Teaching, Research, and Service at a Small Liberal Arts College (Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)In the United States, a small liberal arts college is loosely defined as an institution that provides a residential and comprehensive education to students seeking a bachelor’s degree. There are many challenges and ...