Course ObjectiveTo perform research in the area of molecular and biochemical toxicology
and to get familiar with experimental approaches used in this field.
To define a hypothesis based on previous observations or publications,
and to design, execute and critically interpret the experiments
performed to test specific hypotheses.
Course ContentThe research project will be carried out in a research group which is
active in the area of molecular and biochemical toxicology.
Teaching MethodsExperimental research project, starting with a brief literature survey
on the topic to be investigated.
Method of AssessmentWritten report, (participation to) work discussions, and oral
Entry RequirementsCourses ADMET, Drug-induced stress and cellular signalling, Advanced
Course on Drug Disposition and Safety Assessment, or equivalent
LiteratureRelevant reviews will be provided at the start of the project.
Additional InformationStudents who want to perform an internship abroad should first obtain
approval from the exam committee and the mastercoordinator (dr JNM
prof dr P. Jennings
dr. J.N.M. Commandeur
dr. J.C. Vos
Custom Course RegistrationContact mastercoordinator dr. J.N.M. Commandeur (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Period||Ac. Year (sept)|
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Science|
|Course Coordinator||dr. J.N.M. Commandeur|
|Examiner||dr. J.N.M. Commandeur|
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