BMTRY 745 Environmental Epidemiology

Description

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the research methods and the basic physiological, toxicological, and physical components that are involved in the study of environmental epidemiology.  Such an analytical approach provides students the means to address the varied and complex problems that arise in assessing the human impact of enviromental stressors.  Students will critically evaluate epidemiological and scientific literature to apply the concepts emphasized.  The course is intended for graduate students interested in epidemiology, environmental risk assessment, or environmental health.

Prerequisites

BMTRY 736 or consent of instructor