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Marie Legare with a PhD student

 PhD students work closely with his or her advisor to develop a mutually beneficial program of research and study, one that will create rich learning opportunities for the student and help to advance science in their chosen field.

Doctor of Philosophy in Toxicology

 

 Resources for the PhD Program

 
 

 Advisory Contact

 
Marie Legare
Associate Director of Education
Center for Environmental Medicine
Phone: (970) 491-7043
Email: Marie.Legare@colostate.edu
 

 Applications Contact

 
Toni Brown
Graduate Student Coordinator
Email: toni.m.brown@colostate.edu

​​Each PhD student must acquire an in-depth knowledge in their selected area of specialization and closely related areas. Students must demonstrate to their Graduate Advisory Committee that the student possesses the knowledge, abilities, and skills essential to their chosen specialization. The student also must demonstrate a working knowledge of scientific disciplines that will enhance their ability to work in a diversity of settings, including research, academic, regulatory, and others. 

The PhD program consists of a minimum of 72 semester credits, with a maximum of 30 credits transferring from a master's degree from an accredited college or university.

Additionally, presentation of their research must demonstrate that they have made a unique contribution to the field of their specialization.

Center for Environmental Medicine
Analytical Toxicology Laboratory
CEM Directory
Center for Environmental Medicine
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1680 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO  80523-1680

Phone:
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