Grad school advice?
I’m a junior environmental science major working in a environmental health/toxicology/biomedical research lab. We work with cell cytotoxicity, nanoparticles, and a little bit of drug delivery methods. I’m looking at PhD programs for environmental health, pharmacology and toxicology, and toxicology.
What would be the best program to try to get into if I want to continue this kind of research? I have a whole list of schools but I can’t apply to all of them lol.
I hope to get a post-doc position after grad school and possibly work in a government funded lab after that (I kind of wanted to work at NIH/NCI since HS but I’m not sure if that’s going to work. Maybe the National Institute of Environmental Health instead.)
Submitted June 19, 2019 at 11:44AM by breadqueen666
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