As toxicologists, you will be responsible for explaining the relative risk of adverse outcomes from drug and environmental exposures to colleagues and the lay public. It is critical to develop your ability to communicate research findings to the community early in your career. JGPT predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees are encouraged to participate in community outreach events.

High-School-Tox

Toxicology, Health and Environmental Diseases High School Program. JGPT students are responsible for coordinating and instructing high school students during intensive 1-week summer courses. JGPT students are responsible for explaining the basic tenets of toxicology including dose-response relationships and mechanisms of chemical injury. More information…

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NIEHS Center for Environmental Exposures and Disease. The Community Outreach and Education Core (COEC) of the Rutgers NIEHS P30 Center educates middle school and high school students about careers in biomedical research. JGPT students serve as panelists and discuss their research paths that have lead to graduate training. More information…