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Course Projects

Starting Projects

  • • students work in small groups (three students optimal)
  • • Identify a problem (relevance to the group is optimal)
  • • organize ideas and prior knowledge
  • - what do we know?
  • • Pose questions
  • - what do we need to know?
  • • Assign responsibility for investigating aspects of question
  • - discuss resources and approach
  • - defining project question is the midterm assignment
  • • Research the question: analyze and summarize findings
  • • Innovate: try new approaches
  • • Integrate new information and keep refining the question
  • • Present solution to the problem
  • - project presentation; final report

Typical Project Categories

  • • Chemical exposure focus (environmental risk)
  • - chemicals, consumer products, hazard traits associated with chemicals, diseases
  • • Disease focus (disease-chemical-exposure linkage)
  • - linkage to chemical exposure(s)
  • - geographic clusters: disease and/or chemical exposure
  • • Therapeutics focus (drug safety/side effects)
  • - adverse drug reactions
  • - susceptible populations

Educational Programs for Computational Toxicology and Pharmacology 311

  • • Phytochemical, herbal medicine focus (systems pharmacology/ toxicology)
  • - traditional Chinese medicines and Western therapeutics
  • • other
 
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