Center for Molecular & Cellular Toxicology

Program Description

The Center for Molecular and Cellular Toxicology (CMCT) is an interdisciplinary graduate training program in the biological, environmental, and health sciences. The academic requirements of CMCT fellows will be dictated according to the sponsoring graduate degree program to which they are accepted. However, all CMCT fellows will participate in an introductory course in toxicology and will attend and present their work in the Toxicology seminar series. Further advanced interdisciplinary training through course work (including focused research training) in multiple departments will be encouraged through the provision of travel support to national meetings.

Training faculty are drawn from many different Colleges within the University including:

CMCT fellows will be formally accepted into the graduate program in their major area of study. All CMCT fellows will receive stipends.

CMCT faculty and graduate students have access to state-of-the art facilties, including core service facilties in :

Career opportunities in Molecular and Cellular Toxicology are excellent. Students of the program find numerous employment opportunities in Universities, Government, medical centers, pharmacy schools, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, environmental consulting and chemical industries.

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Last Reviewed: October 27, 2008

John H. Richburg,
Ph.D., Director
CMCT
College of Pharmacy
The University of Texas
at Austin
2409 University Ave. Stop: A1900
Austin, TX
78712-01200
USA

For information, contact Anita Conley Mote:
cmct
@austin.utexas.edu

Phone:
1-512-471-2061

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