Clinical Training


Fellowship training involves both clinical activity and research. Our program's clinical emphasis is designed to help nurture practice skills. Our Medical Toxicology Fellowship offers broad training, especially on the Medical Toxicology board exam. Mentors come from a wide range of fields including Computational Toxicology, emergency preparedness and response, Emergency Medicine, Environmental and Occupational Medicine, Epidemiology, geographic information systems, health policy, laboratory analysis, Pediatrics, Preventive Medicine, and public health surveillance.

As a result of this breadth of experience, the program's physicians and scientists in Medical Toxicology offer fellows uniquely well-rounded training in a variety of areas:

  • Bedside evaluation and care of poison patients
  • Working with a diverse patient population in clinical settings
  • Poison center activities and multi-state consultation
  • Preventive toxicological practice
  • Environmental and occupational outpatient consultation
  • Environmental public health research
  • Toxicant-related problems in international settings