Molecular and Environmental Toxicology Postdoc Events

UW-Madison post-doctoral scholars,

As director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Molecular and Environmental Toxicology Graduate Program, I invite you to join our community.

Weekly seminars (Thursdays, 3-4pm, McArdle Building Room 125): Please join our weekly seminars focused on human and environmental effects of drugs and chemicals. Research talks are presented by current graduate students, post-docs, faculty and invited guests. We currently have speaking slots available and welcome undergraduates to present senior thesis and other research.  Our seminars are an excellent opportunity to explore toxicology research at UW-Madison, learn new techniques, identify collaborators, and develop presentation skills. Please contact Mr. Mark Marohl ( if you wish to be added to our mailing list and receive updates for scheduled events.


Other Activities:  We occasionally sponsor additional activities such as annual retreats and co-sponsored programs.

Coming soon: The Midwest Regional Society of Toxicology Meeting, Friday October 25, 2019, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Join a guided tour of Exact Sciences and learn about employment opportunities, enjoy a catered lunch, and experience an exciting meeting agenda devoted to the ‘Application of Toxicology Research in Human Health Protection”. Post-doctoral Scholars are welcome to attend the Exact Sciences Tour (limited registration, act fast!), enjoy a lunch and an afternoon scientific meeting at the Pyle Center. Registration is required ($10 dollars for post-docs, register here) and contact Chad Vezina ( for more details.


National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Post-doctoral T32 training fellowship: Our program recently renewed a longstanding T32 training award for pre- and post-doctoral scholars. Post-doctoral training slots are available on a competitive basis. Please contact Dr. Chris Bradfield ( for more information.


Chad Vezina, PhD, Director