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Connecticut Toxicology – last call

In ANNOUNCEMENTS, CONNECTICUT TOXICOLOGY on March 25, 2012 at 3:13 PM

The Connecticut Toxicology project will be concluding data collection by April 1st, 2012. If you have not already, please feel free to take a look at one or more of the modules, accessible by going to the “Connecticut Toxicology” tab above and scrolling down through the choices. Please make sure to complete both the pre and post-module surveys.

Thank you,
Max Falkoff, MS4

Upcoming meeting

In ANNOUNCEMENTS on March 13, 2012 at 7:53 PM

The next EMIG meeting has been scheduled for Monday, March 26th from 6-8 PM at Dr. LaSala’s. Further details available by contacting lburns@up.uchc.edu. Presenters will be Drew Cathers, Tony Faustini, and Christian Kakowski.

Blog editor/webmaster job available!

In ANNOUNCEMENTS on March 4, 2012 at 4:02 PM

The current UCONN EMIG webmaster will be graduating in May, and a new editor will be needed for the upcoming academic year. If you are a UCONN student interested in Emergency Medicine, this is a great opportunity that you can list on your CV. Details available on request. Please use the Contact form, or directly email uconnemigblog@gmail.com.

Connecticut Toxicology: Plant Edition

In CONNECTICUT TOXICOLOGY on February 8, 2012 at 3:34 PM

Feed me Seymour, feed me!

The latest modules of Connecticut Toxicology have been released! Access them by clicking on the “Connecticut Toxicology” section header above, then scrolling down past the introduction/cover letter to the module that you want to take. These modules are all about plant life– from a general approach to their identification, to several individual poisonous or otherwise unpleasant plants. Did you ever wonder what would happen if you ate those berries that mom always told you to stay away from? Learn all about it by taking the modules! This is part of my selective project, and your help, by means of taking the surveys and reading through (or listening to) the modules would be much appreciated.

This is also the last group of modules to be released, meaning that the Connecticut Toxicology project is now completely published and available. Please feel free to explore!

Connecticut Toxicology: Mushroom, Mushroom!

In CONNECTICUT TOXICOLOGY on January 10, 2012 at 2:40 PM

The last modules of Connecticut Toxicology have been released! Access them by clicking on the “Connecticut Toxicology” section header above, then scrolling down past the introduction/cover letter to the module that you want to take. These modules are all about mushrooms- the basic process that a mycologist uses to identify them, and several species of poisonous¬† mushrooms that you really want to know. This is part of my selective project, and your help, by means of taking the surveys and reading through (or listening to) the modules would be much appreciated. The modules will eventually also be released in podcast form; however, due to computer issues, this will be somewhat delayed. Check them out!

Connecticut Toxicology: Marine Edition

In CONNECTICUT TOXICOLOGY on December 30, 2011 at 9:05 PM

The newest 2 modules of Connecticut Toxicology have been released! Access them by clicking on the “Connecticut Toxicology” section header above, then scrolling down past the introduction/cover letter to the module that you want to take. These 2 modules are marine in theme, with one module on jellyfish, and the other on stingrays. This is part of my selective project, and your help, by means of taking the surveys and reading through (or listening to) the modules would be much appreciated. The modules also come in podcast form, meaning that you can download them as MP3 files and listen to them on your iPod, or whatever other MP3 player or smartphone you might own on the go. Check it out!

Connecticut Toxicology: Snake, Snake, it’s a Snaaaaake!

In CONNECTICUT TOXICOLOGY on December 23, 2011 at 5:51 PM

HISSSSSSSSSSSS….. The next module of Connecticut Toxicology has been released! Access it by clicking on the “Connecticut Toxicology” section header above, then scrolling down past the introduction/cover letter to the module that you want to take. This latest module is about the two venomous snake species that live in Connecticut- do you know what they are? This is part of my selective project, and your help, by means of taking the surveys and reading through (or listening to) the modules would be much appreciated.

Connecticut Toxicology: Creepy-Crawly Edition!

In CONNECTICUT TOXICOLOGY on December 9, 2011 at 9:12 AM

The first 2 modules of Connecticut Toxicology have been released! Access them by clicking on the “Connecticut Toxicology” section header above, then scrolling down past the introduction/cover letter to the module that you want to take. These 2 modules are creepy-crawly-themed, with one module on the poisonous spider that lives in Connecticut, and the other on those pesky stinging bees, wasps, and hornets (AKA Hymenoptera, for those who are more Latinate-inclined). This is part of my selective project, and your help, by means of taking the surveys and reading through (or listening to) the modules would be much appreciated. The modules also come in podcast form, meaning that you can download them as MP3 files and listen to them on your iPod, or whatever other MP3 player or smartphone you might own on the go. Check it out!

Upcoming meeting (tonight)

In ANNOUNCEMENTS on November 28, 2011 at 1:11 PM

The next EMIG meeting has been scheduled for Monday, November 28th from 6-8 PM at Dr. LaSala’s. Further details available by contacting lburns@up.uchc.edu.

Upcoming meeting

In ANNOUNCEMENTS on October 19, 2011 at 11:49 AM

The next EMIG meeting has been scheduled for Monday, October 24th from 6-8 PM at Dr. Smalley’s. Further details available by contacting lburns@up.uchc.edu. Presenters will be Colin Huguenel, MSIV and Dr. LaSala.

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