The Department offers both a Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees in Environmental Toxicology and strives to be leader in scientific research and education as well as become one of the flagship departments in our university. The doctoral program is the only Ph. D. program within the College of Science, Engineering and Technology. The research interests of faculty of the Environmental Toxicology program are very broad, including: water, air, and soil monitoring, environmental chemistry, systems biology, toxicant exposure gene profiling, environmental microbiology, cell signaling, ecotoxicology, remote system monitoring, and transportation-related/induced health disparities.
April 30, 2015