Without departmental boundaries, the Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program provides a dynamic and entrepreneurial environment for responding to the complex issues of the present and the future.
Lyon, France, 17 January 2016 – A Working Group of world-leading experts convened by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) reviewed the health effects of aflatoxins and fumonisins. The panel concluded that these mycotoxins are not only a cause of acute poisoning and cancer but are also a likely contributor to the high levels of stunting in children in affected populations. The Working Group also identified effective measures to reduce exposure in developing countries. These recommendations have been published in the report Mycotoxin Control in Low- and Middle-Income Countries, which is available in English, French, and Spanish.…details
Oct 13, 2016SESOT Meeting 2016
Faculty and students from throughout the southeast gathered in Athens, GA for the annual SESOT meeting.
Oct 13, 2016Congratulations to Dr. Manoj Amaraneni
Manoj Amaraneni successfully defended his dissertation. Congratulations Dr. Amaraneni!
Pictured L to R: Manoj Amaraneni, Jim Bruckner, Brian Cummings, Randall Tackett, Catherine White, Michael Bartlett
Sep 30, 2016Hunter Connell Admitted to Candidacy!
Pictured L to R: Xuaoqin Ye, William Lanzilotta, Hunter Connell, Jason Zastre, Brian Cummings
Sep 29, 2016Congratulations to Dr. Rachel Worley
Rachel Worley successfully defended her dissertation. Congratulations Dr. Worley!
Pictured L to R; Eva McLanahan, Jeff Fisher, Jim Bruckner, Rachel Worley, Luke Naeher