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Pharmacology & Toxicology

As a graduate student starting in the Pharmacology & Toxicology program, money can be tight. We want to give our students the tools they need at the start of their program. This start-up package will include a license to the citation software, EndNote, and an essential text for their desired discipline, Casarett & Doulls Toxicology: The Basic Science of Poisons, and Goodman & GilmanThe Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics. These are two important books that every Pharmacology & Toxicology student should have. Unfortunately, most students have limited access to these hard-copy texts.

Join Us in Equipping Pharm Tox Students for Success!

This project will provide a textbook that will provide an immediate benefit to the students studying for their introductory courses, assist them later as they prepare for their comprehensive exams, and serve as a reference for the rest of their careers. The software collects references as students read and study, and will help them throughout their education as they write manuscripts and, eventually, their theses.

Students studying and reading their text books

Who We Are

GSO Student Group for Pharmacology & ToxicologyAt the Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology at Michigan State University, we combine integrative research, active learning, and intellectual enrichment to prepare our students for advancement and leadership in their chosen fields.

The Graduate Student Organization (GSO) of the Pharmacology & Toxicology department is proud to support our peers and push for these resources. David Ferland is a fifth-year PhD student in the lab of Stephanie Watts and is the president of the organization. Lauren Heine is a second-year PhD student in the lab of Jack Harkema and is this year’s outreach coordinator. The GSO is made up entirely of students in the department and strives to serve both our fellow students and larger community through volunteering events, career enrichment seminars, and networking opportunities.

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