This summer I was able to attend a two-day intensive Environmental Mixtures Workshop at Columbia University thanks to the Supplemental Training for Education Program (STEP). The Mixtures Workshop was hosted by Columbia University’s Department of Environmental Health and Sciences in the Mailman School of Public Health with additional support from the Society of Toxicology (SOT). […]
We are excited to introduce our new students in the JGPT. Welcome! Top Row (left to right): Yunqi, Jaclynn, Emily, Alyssa Bottom Row (Left to right): Danielle, Maxine, Jeff, Rulaitha
The Rutgers Association of Toxicology Students (RATS) worked hard at their annual welcome back BBQ! A poster session preceded the BBQ allowing for some of the students to show off their exciting research. Everyone was then able to relax and unwind while enjoying good company and great food!
Ludwik Gorczyca, a Ph.D. candidate in the JGPT program, has been awarded a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award F31 grant from the NIH. This predoctoral fellowship award provides students the opportunity to obtain individualized and mentored training from leading expert faculty sponsors. Mentored training is focused on research pertaining to the missions of […]
During the 2018 summer, 3rd year Masters student Robert Cerchio received the opportunity to intern for Drug Safety Evaluation at Bristol-Myers Squibb in New Brunswick, NJ. Working with the Department of Genetic Toxicology, he established the flow cytometric in vitro micronucleus assay in human lymphoblastoid TK6 cells and evaluated genotoxic potential for 10 drug candidates […]
The Graduate Research Fellowship in Toxicology from Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. supports students involved in pre-clinical, in vivo toxicology research. Fourth year Ph.D. candidate Raj Shah was chosen to be the 2018-2019 recipient of this competitive fellowship. Raj will perform research under the guidance and mentorship of Dr. Suzie Chen to investigate the relationship between glutamatergic signaling cascades […]
On May 18th, the JGPT held a 3-hour bootcamp on biostatistics. Building upon prior coursework, Dr. Amy Kohtz provided case studies and a host of tools for students to analyze their toxicology data. As students advance in their thesis projects, sound statistical analysis plans will be needed to ensure rigor and reproducibility of data.
On April 17, 2018, the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy held its 8th annual Pharmacy Research Day. Students in the Joint Graduate Program in Toxicology presented their latest research findings ranging from oncology to liver disease to reproductive toxicology. The 2-hour dynamic event featured 100 posters.
John Thomas Szilagyi, BS The Supplemental Training for Education Program (STEP) generously supported my attendance of Bioinformatics for Beginners, a four-day, hands-on workshop coordinated through the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The FAES is a nonprofit foundation that aims to complement the work of the NIH […]
Description: RATS Students and Postdocs received multiple honors and awards at the 2018 Society of Toxicology Meeting. Recognitions included poster competitions, travel awards, and publication honors. In addition, a number of RATS were elected to hold leadership roles as student and postdoctoral representatives for the 2018-2018 year. Congrats to all! Front row (Left to […]