MET NEWS

  • UW, EPA Team-up for Scientist Training

    The UW-Sea Grant Group, which conducts “Science for the Great Lakes,” recently joined into a partnership with the EPA on training new scientists to protect human health and the environment. The partnership, which will be …

  • Bradfield Research Recognized by NIEHS

    Research program investigating the role of environmental sensing proteins highlighted in “Research” post on the website for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. Please see “Investigating the Role of Environmental Sensing Proteins in Human …

  • Students Receive Funds for Sierra Leone Exchange

    Grant from SOT provides $4,000 to assist with travel to Sierra Leone. Students who have been involved with the Sierra Leone Toxicology Curriculum received $4,000 from the Society of Toxicology Council Subcommittee for Global Initiative …

  • MET research team publishes report linking pesticide chemical to birth defects

    Dose makes the poison, but timing is everything. Dr. Robert Lipinski (Department of Comparative Biosciences) and his research group published a report showing that a common chemical can cause birth defects in mice, when the …

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MET Spotlight

  • Student Spotlight: Folagbayi (Fola) Arowolo

    Folagbayi (Fola) Arowolo (x ’20, Shanmuganayagam Lab) has been affiliated with the Tox Center since 2012, when he worked in the lab of Dr. Jess Reed for the MET-SROP. Having just completed his six-month meeting, …

  • Student Spotlight: Kyle Wegner

    Kyle Wegner (x ’19, Vezina Lab) will defend on December 20th. He has been on the job-hunt and looking for a job within industry. Between writing, applying, and interviewing, he interviewed with Anne Turco to …

  • Student Spotlight: Jeremiah Yee

    Jeremiah Yee (x ’19, Bradfield Lab) is currently finishing up his dissertation for a defense before the end of the semester. He took some time out of writing and job hunting to speak with Rob …

  • Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Matthew Brody

    Dr. Matthew Brody (PHD ’13, Lee Lab) reflects on on how graduate school experiences started his “conventional” path to a tenure-track faculty position. When did you participate in the Molecular and Environmental Toxicology Graduate Program? …

  • Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Elyse Bolterstein

    Dr. Elyse Bolterstein (PHD ’10, Allen-Hoffmann Lab) utilized the Delta Program and other opportunities that UW-Madison has to offer to embark upon her tenure-track professorship careerr, currently at primarily undergraduate institution Northeastern Illinois University.   …

  • Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Jordan Sand

    Dr. Jordan Sand (PHD ’10, Verma Lab) has taken a winding road on his career.  Working as a postdoc in the lab of Mark Cook, he developed a technology that has led to his own …

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Mon 16

Debra Garvey Defense

December 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Wed 18

Jeremiah Yee Defense

December 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Fri 20

Kyle Wegner Defense

December 20 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Mar 15

Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting

March 15, 2020 - March 19, 2020

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