Doctoral programme in Environmental factors and health
The doctoral programme Environmental Factors and Health (EFH) offers a high quality doctoral education in toxicology and health risk assessment for doctoral students. EFH is also a platform for collaboration with other national and international universities and organisations that provide education in toxicology and health risk assessment.
All doctoral students and post docs are welcome to participate in the courses and activities organised by the Doctoral Programme in Environmental Factors and Health. If you would like to receive information on upcoming courses and programme activities, please sign up for the mailing list or by sending an e-mail to the programme administrator Johanna Bergman.
The doctoral programme Environmental Factors and Health EFH provides courses in different aspects of toxicology and health risk assessment. All EFH courses within the programme with links to the course syllabus and the course evaluation.
Application period to courses in the doctoral programme Environmental Factors and Health in fall 2018 is 16 April - 15 May 2018.
If you would like to apply to a course after the application deadline please contact the programme administrator Johanna Bergman.
Other educational activities
In the seminar series doctoral students and post docs give presentations on their projects. One seminar is given each month and at each seminar two students present. Supervisors and other senior scientists also attend the seminars. A senior scientist chairs the seminar series. The seminars give possibility for the presenting student to train communication skills and all attending students to gain and discuss knowledge as well as give possibility for networking.
Programme for spring 2018
Programme for spring 2017
Programme for autumn 2016
Programme for autumn 2015 and spring 2016
Programme for autumn 2014 and spring 2015
|How to communicate your research without creating media alarms||May 15, 2018|
|Grant applications for PhD students and post docs||May 10, 2016|
|Career workshop: Is there life outside academia?||February 5, 2015|
|Career retreat||October 2, 2014|
|Career workshop: “How do I write a successful job application?”||May 21, 2014|
|Funding. How/where to apply, and other useful tips||April 11, 2014|
|Managing your PhD||November 25, 2013|
|Risk communication||May 22, 2012|
|Career opportunities for PhDs within the field of Environmental Factors and Health||January 24, 2012|
|Career workshop “How do I make my job interview successful?”||January 24, 2011|
|Career workshop “How do I write an appealing CV”||May 20, 2010|
Popular science book club
In the popular science book club the doctoral students read and discuss a popular science book in the field of toxicology and environmental medicine. The students gain a broader perspective on their doctoral education and the impact on their scientific field on the important processes of sustainability and environmental goals in the society.
Autumn 2015: This changes everything: capitalism vs the climate by Naomi Klein
Spring 2015: Our stolen future by Theo Colborn, Theo Colburn, John Peter Meyers and Silent spring revisited by Conor Mark Jameson
Doctoral students meet and watch and discuss movies in the field of sustainable development. The students gain a broader perspective on their doctoral education and the impact on their scientific field.
Spring 2017: Before the Flood
Autumn 2015: 2012: Time For Change
Spring 2015: The Collapse, The World according to Monsanto
Autumn 2014: Underkastelsen
Please contact Monika Ezerskyte if you are interested to attend.
Scientific retreat in Turku (Åbo), Finland 2016
Participants from the EFH programme visited Turku, Finland and joined in the FinPharmaNet’s annual meeting in August 2016. FinPharmaNet is the National network for training in drug research and toxicology for PhD students in Finland.
All PhD students and post docs that participated gave a short presentation about their research project.
EFH Steering Committee
Johanna Zilliacus, programme chair
Kristian Dreij, teacher representative
Tomas Ekström, teacher representative
Helen Håkansson, teacher representative
Ralf Morgenstern, teacher representative
Charlotte Nilsson, Swetox
Lena Palmberg, study director
Stefan Spulber, teacher representative
Ayman Alhamdow, doctoral student representative
Monika Ezerskyte, doctoral student representative
Mikael Ringh, doctoral student representative
Emma Åkerlund, doctoral student representative
Jessic de Loma, doctoral student representative
Imran Ali, post doc representative
News and announcements
Training for PhD students interested in food safety risk assessment and EFSA.
Are you interested? Then this competition is for you. EFSA offers an opportunity for PhD students working in a field relevant to EFSA’s remit to participate in the induction training of EFSA’s EU-FORA fellowship programme. The cost-free training will take placeat EFSA in Parma, Italy, from 4 to 22 September 2017.