Dr. Dahea You is the Drug Metabolism and Disposition Highlighted Trainee Author for the June 2020 issue
We are grateful for the generous donation from Janis Grover and Vicenzi USA Inc for their donation of cookies for first responders at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Our Toxicology students and postdocs were excited to participate in the celebration of this generous philanthropy.
Skye Kelty was awarded the RBHS-IDEA Innovation Grant for her project “Tools for intentional integrity, diversity, and equity in community research”. Community research joins professionally trained researchers and broader community members to answer questions that are important to the community. Service learning, community-based participatory research (CBPR), and citizen science are examples of community research strategies. The […]
Jacklyn Andres a Ph.D student in the JGPT won second place in the Graduate and Adult category in EOHSI Earth Day 2020 Contest. Congratulations Jackie!
First year student Michael Campbell was selected as the first recipient of the Grover Fellowship. This award has been established by Dr. and Mrs. Gary Grover for an incoming Ph.D. candidate within the JGPT. Dr. Grover and his wife Janis are both alumni of Rutgers and continue to serve the university. Dr. Grover spent 25 […]
Interview with Sheryse Taylor Featured in National Minority Health Month Spotlight…
In March 2020, JGPT students and postdocs were invited by Dr. Dan Bagley and colleagues at Colgate-Palmolive to present their risk assessment projects as part of the Consumer Product Safety and Sustainability course. After completing their presentations, trainees learned how to make toothpaste.
In March 2019, Dr. Rey Panettieri, a JGPT faculty member, was awarded a $29 million NIH grant to enhance clinical and translational research opportunities within NJ as part of the New Jersey Alliance for Clinical and Translational Science (NJ ACTS). The grant will allow Rutgers and its partners to train the future translational science workforce; […]
Along with EOHSI, the toxicology and exposure science graduate programs hosted a 1-day workshop on “High Throughput Computational Methods in Chemical Risk Assessment” in collaboration with Exxon Mobil. Speakers included Dr. John Wambaugh from the US EPA, Rutgers scientist Dr. Hao Zhu, and Exxon Mobil scientists Drs. Fabian Grimm and Hua Qian. Over 50 scientists […]
On Jan 16, 2020, JGPT alumni provided an overview of multiple job sectors within toxicology. Four speakers provided highlights of their former and current positions, advice for students, and answered questions from attendees. Dr. Brian Wall, Research Scientist, Colgate-Palmolive Company Dr. Allison Isola, Advanced Toxicologist, Exxonmobil Biomedical Sciences, Inc Dr. Jedd Hillegass, Senior Research Investigator, […]