Program Learning Outcomes
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1- The ability to understand the principles of toxicology
2- The ability to design and conduct experiments, to evaluate and interpret critically toxicity data.
3- Effectively use acquired laboratory skills in toxicological research
4- The ability to use necessary techniques and modern analysis tools for toxicological analysis practice
5- Undertake complex toxicology data analysis, the ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate new ideas
6- The ability to work effectively as an individual, in teams, and in multidisciplinary
7- Display excellence and innovation in problem-solving skills, demonstrate a sophisticated level of interpretation and the ability to communicate both orally and in writing at a high level of proficiency
8- The ability to evaluate and to apply human health risks caused by drugs and other chemicals. Perform complicated chemical risk assessments.
9- The ability of monitoring, searching and evaluating the advers drug effects
10- To know the principles of first aid and treatment of poisoning and the ability to make the effective guidance
11- Be able to describe thoroughly the chemical concentration/dose to the observed toxicity effects and to understand the mode of action of the chemicals or its metabolites in living organisms
12- To understand the mechanisms of the production of the free radicals, oxidative stress and the relation of the radicals to the xenobiotic metabolism and their toxicological significance
13- Gaining knowledge on the immune system, effects of the xenobiotics on the immune system, pathological alterations of the biological system due to these alterations.
14- To achieve current knowledge and awareness with regards to the national and international regulation of chemical, physical and biological agents and use of toxicology data in regulation approach.
15- To learn application and evaluation of toxic effects of chemicals by in vivo and in vitro test systems.