Journal of Toxicological Education
Welcome to the repository for the Journal of Toxicology Education. This journal publishes peer-reviewed articles and peer-reviewed teaching materials for those interested in toxicology education. Accepted materials include lecture strategies, laboratory materials, instructional methods, pedagogy, recorded video lectures, recorded audio lectures, podcasts, textbook reviews, and other materials. If in doubt whether a submission qualifies for publishing in the Journal, please email the editor.
Materials targeted at any audience, from post-graduate education to middle school, and to the general public, are accepted.
To submit to the journal, email the submission to Joshua Gray. The style guide of the Journal of Chemical Education is utilized for this journal*. Acceptable submissions include: Editorials, Commentaries, Letters, and Additions and Corrections, Articles, Communications, Demonstrations, Laboratory Experiments, Activities, and Technology Reports. For more details, read the style guide. Articles are published online immediately upon acceptance. There is no print version of this journal.
There is no charge to publish at JToxEd. Articles published in JToxEd are published under the Creative Commons license and can be cross-reference at the Life Sciences Teaching Resource Collection (lifescitrc.org) and at Course Source (coursesource.org). The Editorial Board meeting will occur at the annual Society of Toxicology conference in the Spring of 2018. Check back for details.
The current editorial board includes prominent undergraduate educators within the discipline of toxicology who actively participate in and lead the Society of Toxicology's undergraduate education programs.***:
- Joshua Gray - U.S. Coast Guard Academy
- Blase Billack - St. John's University
- Mike Borland - Bloomsburg University
- Sue Ford - St. John's University
- Sidhartha Ray - Manchester University
- Mindy Reynolds - Washington College
- Angela Slitt - The University of Rhode Island
- Larissa Williams - Bates College
- Stephanie Zamule - Nazareth College
***JToxEd is an independent effort not affiliated with the American Chemical Society or the Society of Toxicology.
The Journal of Toxicological Education encourages publication under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license, but will also accept articles under any Creative Commons licensing agreement, including the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license.
Please see the Creative Commons website for more details. The goal of this licensing is to enable the author to retain copyright control of their work, while allowing the journal to freely distribute a copy of that work to all readers, without a submission fee and without a subscription fee. All articles will be published in the institutional repository of the MBLWHOI Library, WHOAS. Once published here, the document may not be removed.
If you have any questions regarding the journal, please contact Joshua Gray.
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(http://www.jtoxed.org, 2015-01)This article describes the performance of a laboratory exercise, the Slug Mucosal Irritation (SMI) assay, carried out by third year undergraduate students, to investigate the local tolerance of an ethanolic plant extract. ...
(http://www.jtoxed.org, 2014)Students will work in groups through learner-centered instruction to design and carry out experiments using one of four model systems listed: Drosophila melanogaster (Fruit Fly), Caenorhabditis elgans (Roundworm), Dugesia ...
(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 ...