All St. John's University's campuses will be open Wednesday, January 28 and all classes will run on a regular schedule. The Registrar's office has extended the add/drop deadline to Wednesday, February 4, 2015. This does not apply to Law School students.
Toxicology, Master of Science
St. John’s University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences offers graduate programs leading to a Master of Science in Toxicology and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a concentration in Toxicology.
Toxicology is the study of the adverse effects of chemical, physical or biological agents on people, animals and the environment with the goal of enhancing the overall safety and health of the public. The program prepares students for careers in research, academia, regulatory agencies and industry.
Coursework covers a broad range of disciplines including mechanistic toxicology, environmental toxicology, analytical toxicology, regulatory toxicology and safety assessment. Graduate students engaged in research work closely with faculty who are experts in their respective fields and have active research programs in areas such as pulmonary toxicology, neurotoxicology, analytical toxicology, environmental toxicology, renal toxicology, molecular toxicology, pesticides, and pharmaceuticals.
If you have questions and would like further information about graduate programs in Pharmaceutical Sciences, please contact:
Joanne Carroll, Ph.D.
Director of Graduate Research Programs
Office of Graduate Admission
Robert Medrano, Director