The Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology faculty uses innovative methods to effectively communicate the current state of knowledge in pharmacology and toxicology to medical, graduate and post-graduate students at IU School of Medicine. The department also provides opportunities for students to excel in the lab and develop as life-long learners. Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology faculty teach foundation courses in the Physician’s Assistant Program and the Anesthesiologist’s Assistants program. Graduate students in the department can pursue a PhD or Master's in Translational Toxicology, or train toward the MD/PhD dual degree offered through the Medical Scientist Training Program.
The Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology is involved in teaching pharmacology in eight of the thirteen Phase 1 courses in the IU School of Medicine MD curriculum.Learn More
Master's in Translational Toxicology
The Master's in Translational Toxicology program includes a rigorous curriculum and internship program to expose students to careers in toxicology.Learn More
PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology
A PhD in pharmacology and toxicology prepares students to pursue research in drug discovery, pharmacology, cancer biology, neurobiology, immunology, microbiology and toxicology.Learn More
Postdoctoral opportunities and training are offered in broad range of research areas that utilize molecular, cellular and systems level approaches.Learn More