Tirupapuliyur Venkatagiri Damodaran
Engaging Students in Pharmacogenetics: Patient Case Studies Using the PharmGKB Website
06 Apr 2023 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Andrea M. Mosquera1, Lauren M. Aleksunes*1
Cytochrome P450 (CYP) enzymes are important regulators of drug efficacy and toxicity. Genetic variation in CYP isoforms can impact how well patients respond to medications or experience unwanted...
Pick Your Poison: A Semester-Long Case Study for Undergraduate Toxicology
01 Dec 2022 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Joshua P. Gray*
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
The ability to collate information from diverse scientific resources and effectively employ scientific writing is an essential skill for scientists. This lesson describes a semester-long project...
Loyda B Mendez
Pesticides in My Smoothie Bowl?
21 Aug 2022 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Shuangying Yu*1, Scott M. Weir2
1. Central Piedmont Community College 2. Queens University of Charlotte
Teaching resources, especially active learning pedagogy, are scarce for toxicology compared to what is available for other disciplines. Ecological and human health risk assessment are...
Publish Your Educational Toxicology Exercises in CourseSource!
09 Aug 2022 |
Posted by Sharleen Flowers
CourseSource has recently partnered with the Society of Toxicology (SOT), and we are recruiting submissions that utilize the Toxicology Learning Framework to add to the toxicology...
Denise Boyce Flaherty
Using Zebrafish in a Developmental Biology Lab Course to Explore Interactions Between Development and the Environment
29 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Robin H. Cresiski1, Jenny R. Lenkowski*2
1. University of Maryland Baltimore County 2. Goucher College
Important learning outcomes for biology students include the ability to develop experiments as well as pull together concepts across their coursework. The field of developmental biology, especially...