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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Toxicology 21: Scientific Applications by Johns Hopkins University

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About the Course

This course familiarizes students with the novel concepts being used to revamp regulatory toxicology in response to a breakthrough National Research Council Report “Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century: A Vision and a Strategy.” We present the latest developments in the field of toxicology—the shift from animal testing toward human relevant, high content, high-throughput integrative testing strategies. Active programs from EPA, NIH, and the global scientific community illustrate the dynamics of safety sciences....

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S

May 04, 2018

Very nicely designed course. The instructors offer an excellent and easy to understand overview of a range of promising Tox21 tools and approaches using good examples and illustrations.

NK

Dec 27, 2018

A very well-taught course with lots of useful information. I highly recommend it.

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By Niranjana K

Dec 27, 2018

A very well-taught course with lots of useful information. I highly recommend it.

By Olushola ( A

Nov 20, 2018

Awesome course! Highly essential information for all toxicologists!

By Sunil K

May 04, 2018

Very nicely designed course. The instructors offer an excellent and easy to understand overview of a range of promising Tox21 tools and approaches using good examples and illustrations.

By Pooja R B

Aug 20, 2019

very helpful and good course

By Akash B R

Sep 21, 2019

The course was fabulous and was equally effective and it is the ultimate need of today . The idea of paradigm shift in toxicology to in vitro toxicology testing was and is realistic and much more helpful. I owe my sincere thanks to all the professors of this course.

By PRADEEP D

Oct 02, 2019

Much needed course for any toxicologist

By Daniele C

Jul 02, 2018

Very challenging, only for people having already a background in toxicology.

By Jonathan G

Mar 26, 2018

There is really no need for this to be a course. All you need to know is how much to use and where to use portions and which dosages are lethal and which ones aren't.