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Leading Toxicology Schools
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School   (degrees awarded)
University of California-Berkeley   (33 Bachelors degrees)
Pennsylvania State University (Penn State)   (29 Bachelors degrees)
St. John's University-New York   (17 Bachelors degrees)
University of Louisiana-Monroe   (13 Bachelors degrees)
St. John's University-New York   (10 Masters degrees)
University of Rochester   (7 Masters degrees)
University of Kentucky   (6 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Clemson University   (5 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Texas Southern University   (5 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Iowa State University   (5 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
University of Maryland-Baltimore   (5 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
University of Iowa   (5 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
University of Rochester   (5 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
University of California-Berkeley   (4 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill   (4 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey   (3 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Texas Tech University   (3 Masters degrees)
University of Iowa   (3 Masters degrees)
Rutgers University-New Brunswick   (3 Masters degrees)
Texas A & M University-College Station   (3 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Texas Tech University   (3 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Clemson University   (2 Masters degrees)
Iowa State University   (2 Masters degrees)
University of Kansas   (2 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
University of Maryland-Baltimore   (2 Masters degrees)
University of Cincinnati-Main Campus   (2 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
University of Colorado Denver   (2 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
University of Kentucky   (2 Masters degrees)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor   (2 Masters degrees)
The University of Montana   (2 PhD research/scholarship degrees)
Toxicology Description

A program that focuses on the scientific study of poisons and other biohazards; their interactions with organisms and their food and respiratory systems; and their prevention, management, and counteraction. Includes instruction in toxicological biochemistry, toxic agents and transporters, toxin fate, toxicokinetics and metabolism, toxin classification, molecular toxic mechanisms, extracellular matrices and cell function, bacterial pathogenesis and mutagenesis, pathophysiology and apoptosis, cell stress and injury, studies of specific toxins, and studies of specific organ systems and physiological functions in relation to toxicological problems.

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