Toxicology Graduate Resume

Toxicology, in a layman’s language is the study of poisons. However, toxicology is not intended for stuff like creating highly hazardous poisons and killing someone. In fact, that would be the least intended application of toxicology.

Toxicology is quite a vast subject, with tremendous research prospects. The different effects of poisons on the human body and the environment give rise to many new study streams under toxicology. Some of these are aquatic toxicology, ecotoxicology, environmental toxicology, forensic toxicology, medical toxicology.

A graduate in toxicology has number of career options due to the spread of toxicology in all these above mentioned sub-disciplines. Given below is a sample resume for such a fresh toxicology graduate.

Sample Toxicology Graduate Resume:

Leo Ortiz

456, X Street, Y Avenue,

Los Angeles, CA-90003

(123) 456-7890

Career Objective:

To seek the position of an entry level toxicology expert in a renowned research institute. To join an organisation with highly professional environment and excellent career growth perspective

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Profoundly intelligent and research oriented toxicology graduate
  • Exceptionally good academic records
  • Precise knowledge of the scope and the limitations of Toxicology
  • Strongly founded concept base in toxicology with detailed knowledge of each of them
  • Familiarity with the major sub-disciplines of toxicology such as aquatic, medical, environmental, etc. Special interests in forensic toxicology
  • Tremendous experimental knowledge with some of the uncommon and highly effective tricks and techniques
  • Introduced to real time research environment as part of academic assignments
  • Fluent in speaking English, with functional knowledge of German and French
  • Ability to work at a high pace, in a tremendously demanding environment
  • Quite flexible in terms of working hours and work load
  • Able to use the internet for highly efficient search  results

Academic education:

  • Graduate in Toxicology from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2009)

Academic Project:

  • “Enzyme’s role in toxicity”. Enzymes play a vital role in the formation of toxic substances. However, their action varies according to the material on which it is applied and the type of formation process. Along with these major factors, there are some others that control the enzyme action. I listed out in my project, some of these unfocused factors and their roles.

Personal Details:

  • Date of Birth: XX / XX / 1984
  • Marital status: Single
  • Expected employment status: Full time
  • Ready to Relocate: Y / N

References: Will be available on request

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