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Advance Your Poison Knowledge and Skills Online

Are you interested in becoming a Specialist in Poison Information (SPI)? Our Clinical Toxicology online graduate program teaches students about the signs & symptoms of toxicant exposure, drugs of abuse, drug analysis and biotransformation, and the treatment of poisoned or overdosed patients.

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How can a degree in clinical toxicology help your career?

UF’s Clinical Toxicology Graduate Program equips poison control center professionals to better assess cases, field questions and give life-saving counsel.

Clinical toxicology graduates interested in poison control can work in a variety of roles, including but not limited to:

  • Specialist in Poison Information (SPI)
  • Clinical Toxicology Specialist
  • Community Education Coordinator

Selected courses include:

  • Introduction to Clinical Toxicology
  • Clinical Toxicology I
  • Licit and Illicit Drugs of Abuse
  • Evidence-Based Applications in Clinical Toxicology
  • Occupational Toxicology

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Occupational Toxicology

Working professionals across medical fields, safety inspection, and industry will learn to identify, assess and mitigate chemical risks.

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