The Molecular Toxicology Master Program focuses on developing, disseminating and applying new research knowledge in the fields of molecular, cell toxicology, environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology to improve prevention and treatment of human diseases, in addition to ensuring the protection of the environment and public health. This comprehensive approach, incorporating both the biological and physical sciences, offers exciting training and learning opportunities for graduate students and supports competitive research programs. The Molecular Toxicology provides a highly collegial and exceptionally collaborative research and training environment dedicated to the success and advancement of students and faculty.
Molecular toxicology is a multidisciplinary subject involving the study of mechanisms for the action of environmental toxins on humans and other organisms and the behavior of these toxins in the environment. The Molecular Toxicology program provides students with expertise in at least one field plus a broad understanding of other specialties that contribute to addressing molecular toxicology issues.
This master program in Molecular Toxicology at AAUP is expected to provide exceptional graduates who will be capable to fill the gaps and meet the needs of this specialty in Palestine.
After completion, the program requirements the students are expected to:
The field of Molecular toxicology is receiving a considerable attention in recent years and expected to continue decades ahead for its integral role in protection of population health.
Professionals with a Master’s degree in Molecular toxicology have several career paths to choose from including: