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|University of Geneva|
Dr Marc Fathi and Dr Jean Terrier
|Location||Geneva, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland|
Registration to individual modules
You can register to individual modules up to one month before the start of the lessons. Check the dates in the timetable (link in pink) and contact us if you have any questions.
CHF 11’000.- for the programme
Special fee for individual modules
Provide specialized education and training in toxicological sciences and risk assessment with a focus on human toxicology, leading to a recognized academic qualification.
Graduate employed in a toxicological field who wishes to obtain a recognized academic qualification in toxicology.
Swiss Centre for Applied Human Toxicology (SCAHT) o Universities of Basel, Lausanne and Zürich o Centre of Competence in Analytic Chemistry and Toxicology (CCCTA) o Swiss Society of Toxicology o Swiss Register of Toxicologists o Centre Ecotox, eawag/EPFL
The Master of Advanced Studies in Toxicology provides a comprehensive educational programme recognized by national and international professional bodies as a postgraduate academic qualification in toxicology. It is designed to fulfill the needs of recently graduated students who are already in employment and potential employers in industry, academia and regulatory bodies.
Master Thesis 30 ECTS Credits Prof. Martin Wilks The master thesis involves 14 weeks of research work in one of the areas of toxicology covered by the MAS programme.
Bachelor in Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biology or equivalent + at least 3 years of professional experience in a field related to toxicology.
Prof. Aurélien Thomas, Unit of Toxicology, University Center of Legal Medicine, Lausanne-Geneva; Faculty of Biology and Medicine, University of Lausanne
Dr Jean Terrier, Department of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology, Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva
Module 1A CHF 750.- Basic Principles in toxicology A
Module 1B CHF 750.- Basic Principles in Toxicology B
Module 2 CHF 1’000.- Xenobiotic Metabolism, Toxicogenetics
Module 3 CHF 1’500.- Organ Toxicology
Module 4 CHF 500.- Analytical Toxicology
Module 5 CHF 600.- Biostatistics
Module 6 CHF 600.- Carcinogenesis, Mutagenesis and Teratogenesis
Module 7 CHF 1’100.- Molecular Endocrinology
Module 8 CHF 750.- Risk Assessment and Regulatory Toxicology
Module 9 CHF 750.- Clinical Toxicology, Immunotoxicology
Module 10 CHF 750.- Epidemiology, Food and Industrial Toxicology
Module 11 CHF 750.- Ecotoxicology
Module 12 CHF 750.- Forensic Toxicology
Module 13.1 CHF 100.- Animal Experimentation (theory)
Module 13.2 CHF 1’100.- Animal Experimentation (practical)
Module 14 CHF 600.- Alternatives to Animal Experimentation
University of Basel, University of Lausanne, University of Zürich, Swiss Center for Applied Human Toxicology (SCAHT), Centre de Compétence en Chimie et Toxicologie Analytiques (CCCTA), Swiss Society of Toxicology, Swiss Register of Toxicologists, Centre Suisse d'Écotoxicologie Appliquée (Eawag-EPFL)
We are very proud to have been awarded the ccCTA 2021 price for the promotion and development of postgraduate education in toxicology! This price aims to reward a project, a person, an initiative, or a scientific publication that has made a major contribution in the field of analytics and/or toxicology.
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