The Pharmacology and Toxicology Graduate Student Association
The Pharmacology and Toxicology Graduate Student Association (Pharm/Tox GSA) departmental club is open to all graduate level students in the department. Having been active in the past, the Pharm/Tox Club was resurrected in the fall of 2010. As a club our two main goals are to encourage camaraderie among graduate students in the department and to enhance our development as scientists in our respective fields. In order to accomplish these goals, the current Pharm/Tox Club has orchestrated social and community outreach events in addition to our regular meetings. We also aim to bring in prominent speakers in the fields of Pharmacology and Toxicology and to organize alumni events in the future. The Pharm/Tox club seeks to open lines of communication among the current graduate students, the undergraduate Pharm/Tox Club, alumni, faculty, and graduate students in other departments in order to enrich our educational and professional experience.
Location and Contacts
The Pharmacology and Toxicology Graduate Student Association is within the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences on South Campus. We do not currently have an office. However we usually hold our meeting in the Pharmacology and Toxicology Department Library located in Farber Hall Room 124 on South Campus.
The south campus is located at 3435 Main Street, Buffalo NY 14214. For any information please contact the Pharmacology and Toxicology Graduate Student Association at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose and missions of Pharmacology and Toxicology GSA is:
- Unite graduate students in the department of Pharmacology and Toxicology or other graduate students interested in Pharmacology or Toxicology with social gatherings, fundraising, informational events, departmental events (symposia, speakers, etc.), and interdepartmental activities.
- Foster comradery and collaboration within the department of Pharmacology and Toxicology as well as across all departments at UB.
- Support and assist members with professional development (conference funding, grant writing, poster/presentation prep, guest speakers, etc.).