At the universities included in Swetox ongoing courses is given at master’s and doctoral levels in toxicological sciences. Below are links to existing courses. For more information about the course and registration for the course, use the contact information for each university. If you have requests / suggestions about additional postgraduate courses, or other questions about courses, please contact us.
Professionals who need further training in the field of toxicological sciences, can in some cases apply for courses at universities included in Swetox and courses can also be customized as needed. Contact us for further discussions.
Current courses to apply for:
Nanotoxicology – potential risks of engineered nanomaterials to human health and the environment, 18-22 September.
The course is open for PhD students. There is no course fee.
Students should provide a brief description of their research project and motivation for course participation plus a very brief CV. Deadline for application July, 28.
Novel methods and approaches in health risk assessment, September 25-29, 2017. The course is intended for PhD students and other participants from academia as well as participants from authorities and industry. Application deadline: July 28, 2017.
Adverse outcome pathways (AOPs) – principles and applications in toxicology and health risk assessment, November 6-10, 2017.
The course is intended for PhD students and other participants from academia as well as participants from authorities and industry. Application deadline: September 8, 2017
Internet courses in Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics at Uppsala university, spring 2018
Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics 2017/2018 (7.5 credits)
Spring 2018 weeks 03-12 (mid-January – April) – mixed – 50 % – Distance learning
Application Deadline: 2017-10-16
Enrollment Code: UU-87309 Application
Uppsala university, autumn 2017/spring 2018
Master’s studies Preclinical Safety Assessment and Pharmacovigilance Preclinical 2017/2018 (7.5 credits)
Toxicology, 15 cr. The BIOR21 Toxicology course is concentrating on mechanistic toxicology mainly in humans and on using in vitro methods for toxicological testing.