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Toxicology Past Presentations

HE Toxicology Past Presentations

View past conference presentations from Toxicology for Chemists symposia and workshops. The following presentations give guidance for those seeking additional information in integrating toxicology concepts into chemistry courses and programs.

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Green Chemistry: Invention with Intention to Avoid Harm
Dr. Paul Anastas, Yale University and Dr. John Warner, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry
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Weaving toxicology principles into a senior level green chemistry lecture course at the University of Minnesota
Dr. Jane Wissinger, University of Minnesota
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Teaching toxicology in an upper-level green chemistry course (you can, too!)
Dr. Charles Swor, Young Harris College
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Incorporation of toxicology instruction though a student seminar model
Dr. James Wollack, St. Catherine’s University
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Working with teachers to integrate toxicology and green chemistry in high school science courses
Dr. Melissa Mullins, Baylor University
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Anchoring concepts: Linking chemistry concepts to toxicology topics within introductory chemistry courses
Dr. Amy Cannon, Beyond Benign
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Integrating toxicology concepts in chemistry courses: Lessons learned from industrial chemicals and environmental forensics
Dr. Brian Brooks, Baylor University
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Integrating Toxicology into the Chemistry Classroom by Providing Relevance, Context, and Purpose for the Student
Dr. Grace Lasker, University of Washington
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Designing a sustainable toxicology undergraduate curriculum
Dr. Dalila Kovacs, Grand Valley State University
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Product Safety Assessment Screening Tools: A Method to Integrate Principles of Toxicology into Chemistry Curriculum
Dr. Pamela Spencer, Angus Chemical Company
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Teaching Toxicology Concepts to Chemists: Web-based Student Tutorial System for Chemical Hazard, Risk and Lifecycle Assessments
George Thompson, Chemical Compliance Systems, Inc.
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Using computer game to introduce green chemistry and safer chemical design concepts into an undergraduate curriculum
Dr. Karolina Mellor, Yale University
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Layers of toxicology education in an undergraduate curriculum
Douglas Raynie, South Dakota State University
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Teaching toxicology through a laboratory safety program
David C. Finster, Wittenberg University
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Mechanistic toxicology at Simmons College: A model course for teaching toxicology concepts to chemistry students
Amy S. Cannon, Beyond Benign
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Incorporation of toxicology content into a senior level green chemistry lecture course
Jane Wissinger, University of Minnesota
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Teaching beyond our expertise: A student-led toxicology course
Justin Houseknecht, Wittenberg University
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Molecular Design Research Network: Educational tools for advancing 21st century chemistry
Nancy Simcox, University of Washington
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Green chemistry and toxicology: “Relevance” in the chemistry classroom
Grace Lasker, University of Washington
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Using toxicology concepts in chemistry courses: Lessons learned from industrial chemicals and environmental forensics
Bryan Brooks, Baylor University
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How an awareness of toxicology can increase your value to industry
Pamela J. Spencer, Dow Chemical
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Opportunities to Incorporate Toxicology into the Chemistry Curriculum: Report from the Field
Dr. Nicholas Anastas, U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development
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The toxicology of “low doses” – understanding endocrine disrupting chemicals
Dr. Laura Vandenberg, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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Designing Safer Chemicals: Environmental Attributes in Chemical Design
Dr. Robert S. Boethling, ABT Associates
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How Training Chemist in 21st Century Toxicology Contributes to the Design of Lower Toxicity Products
Dr. Pamela Spencer, The Dow Chemical Company
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The Evolution of Structure-Activity Relationship (SAR) Methodology in 21st Century Toxicity Prediction
Dr. Falgun Shah, Pfizer, Inc.
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Harnessing Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century to Help Train Chemists
Dr. John R. Fowle, Science to Inform, LLC
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Infusing Toxicology throughout the Chemistry Curriculum at South Dakota State University
Dr. Douglas Raynie and Dr. David P. Cartrette, South Dakota State University
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Teaching toxicology and environmental impact: A toxicology course for chemistry majors at Simmons College
Dr. Amy S. Cannon and Dr. John C. Warner
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Teaching toxicology through a laboratory safety program
Dr. David C. Finster, Wittenberg University
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Integrating Toxicology and Green Chemistry into a Single Course? Yes, it can be done!
Dr. Alexandra Weissfloch, Vancouver Island University
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Incorporating principles of toxicology and environmental health into the chemistry Curriculum at UC Berkeley
Dr. Martin J. Mulvihill, University of California, Berkeley
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