Texas A&M University Interdisciplinary Faculty of Toxicology (IFT) is a degree (MS and PhD) granting program that is composed of faculty from twenty TAMU departments in five colleges, three divisions of the Health Science Center, and three associated laboratories. Since 1989, the toxicology degrees were awarded to over 50 MS, nearly 200 PhD, and 2 DVM/PhD students. In addition, well over 100 postdocs have trained in toxicology at Texas A&M University. Read More...
Areas of Research
- Regulatory Toxicology & Public Health
- Cellular & Molecular Toxicology
- Reproductive & Developmental Toxicology
- Behavioral & Neurotoxicology
- Environmental & Veterinary Toxicology
- Applied Toxicology & Food Safety
Trainees in Action
Training the future generation of toxicologists in novel scientific discoveries should go hand-in-hand with ensuring that trainees develop a broad set of complementary competencies that span multiple disciplines from basic biology to exposure science, biostatistics, and epidemiology. In addition, trainees must understand how these data and knowledge are translated into decisions and policy. Read More...