The Liverpool John Moores University offers this new and unique masters in Computational Toxicology to learn about the latest computational approaches used as alternatives to animal testing.
Study on the MSc in Computational Toxicology, which has been designed in consultation with industry and regulatory sectors
Discover the latest computational approaches being used as alternatives to animal testing to help predict the toxicity of chemicals
Provides a detailed overview of current concepts in predictive toxicology and training in the use of state-of-the-art tools employed by industry, research organisations and regulatory authorities to inform decisions concerning the safety of chemicals – from cosmetics through to environmental pollutants
Delivered by internationally recognised experts with extensive experience of teaching and research using bespoke computational resources
Offers excellent career prospects – the course has been designed to address the need for scientists trained in the use of computational alternatives to animal testing
This is a unique programme of study that has been specifically designed in collaboration with leading employers and experts from industry, business, regulatory authorities and academia to meet a recognised need for skilled graduates in the field of computational toxicology.