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Hi, I teach toxicology in the school of Pharmacy at the University of Mississippi.  I am always on the lookout for good electronic resources and case-studies to use in my toxicology and environmental toxicology undergraduate (and graduate) courses. 

This thread was posted on April 2, 2014 at 5:35 PM ET by Kristine Willett.
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Re: Undergraduate (environmental) toxicology

Hey there! I'm Caitlin; I teach high school Bio and Anatomy. 

Have you checked out the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science? (Found here) If you haven't, this resource will be so valuable to you! The review page I just linked shows that lots of college professors have used it successfully in their classes; I also use them in my courses, adapted to make them more targeted for my age group. They are such a great resource. Nice to meet you! 

This was posted on April 4, 2014 at 7:19 AM ET by Caitlin Johnston .
Re: Undergraduate (environmental) toxicology

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