Monday, January 30, 2012

Toxicology professor and students publish new paper

Dr. Dawson with students at the 2011 Society of Toxicology
conference in Washington D.C.
Dr. Douglas Dawson, professor in the Department of Biology/Toxicology, and four current and former Ashland students have published a new research article in the journal Toxicology.  The project was a collaboration with Dr. Terry Schultz at the University of Tennessee and Dr. Gerald Poch of the University of Graz in Austria.

The student co-authors are senior Nicole Genco (majoring in Biology and Psychology), 2011 Toxicology graduates Heather Bensinger (hired by the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense) and Daphne Guinn (a first-year Ph.D. student in the Integrated Biomedical Program at the Ohio State University) and 2011 Biochemistry graduate Zach Il'Giovine (a first-year medical student at Wright State University).

You can read more about the unique Ashland Toxicology program, one of only a handful of undergraduate toxicology programs in North America, on our website, or watch this video featuring Toxicology students, graduates and faculty.

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