MET Students Develop Tox Curriculum for use in Sierra Leone.

Students in the Molecular & Environmental Toxicology Program, working with MET affiliate Alhaji N’Jai, created a toxicology curriculum to be used at the University of Sierra Leone.  Information about the project has been presented as a poster at national meetings.  The course completed his first teaching to rave reviews from the students. For more information click here.

The School of Medicine & Public Health’s Media Relation’s team has also developed an expose on the project, which highlights the work of the students involved. Read more here.

One of the key contributors, Rachel Wilson, sat down for an interview with the Tox Center about her efforts, her research, and what she plans to do following graduation.  This story is also highlighted here.