Regulatory Toxicology is a scientific knowledge applied to develop regulations and procedures for controlling exposure to dangerous chemicals.
It is the study of the adverse effects of chemicals or physical agents on living organisms. A toxicologist is a scientist that determines the harmful effects of agents and the cellular, biochemical, and molecular mechanisms responsible for the effects.
Adverse effects statistics are obtained either from experimental systems using animals or cell cultures, or from epidemiological studies of humans. Techniques applied for the execution of the batch compliance to Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs) which is the key to international acceptance of safety data/reports on industrial and consumable products. It eliminates the ground for expensive repetitions and expedites regulatory decisions which in-turn benefits both the society and the industry.
The field of regulatory toxicology has grown enormously as the intersection between regulation and toxicology has expanded dramatically. Regulatory agencies increasingly rely on toxicological science to identify potential hazards, prioritize chemicals and other potentially toxic substances, and provide the data used for assessing risk. Regulators are not merely consumers of toxicological studies but also help shape toxicology science in important ways. Regulatory programmes have provided a major impetus for improvements in toxicology methods, and they have stimulated a demand for toxicology studies that meet various regulatory requirements.
Module 1: General Toxicology
Module 2: Introduction to Regulatory Toxicology
Module 3: Principle of Pharmacology
Module 4: Pathophysiology
Module 5: Concept of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
Module 6: Biostatistics
Module 7: Pharmacological Screening and Assays
Module 8: Molecular Toxicology
Module 9: Metabolism of drug
Module 10: Toxicology – Target Organ
Module 11: Bioethics in Relevance to Toxicology
Module 12: Herbal Medicine Toxicology
Module 13: Good Laboratory Practice in Regulatory Toxicology
Module 14: Industry Based Case Study
Any Graduation/ B.tech/ B.Sc. in Microbiology/ Life Sciences/ Botany/ Zoology/ Food Science/ Food Technology/ BE/ B.Pharma/ MBBS/ BDS/ BHS/ BUMS/ BAMS or any other discipline. Diploma holders are eligible for our Executive Diploma, Industry Certificate, and Certificate Programmes.
Minimum duration to complete this programme is 3 months and maximum is 6 months.
The registration dates for this programme run by the Institute are updated timely on the webpage. Effective online learning tools incorporated into the design of the webpage make the programme lectures, online live classes and study material easily accessible. This gives a huge window of self-regulated and self-paced performance to the participants.
A comprehensive study material for all the modules in hard copies ensuring the needs of the audience. The accompanying training material is appropriately aligned with the current Industry’s expectations.
IGMPI follows a credit system based on all learning activities involved in studying for all PG Diploma, Executive Diploma and Certificate Programmes. Each of your modules is equal to 4 credits. To successfully complete the programme, you will have to earn all the credits assigned to your programme.
All the participants are obliged to timely submit completed assessment assignments (during the programme, usually after every module) and appear for an online exam at the end of the programme. After successful completion, the participants will be awarded of Industry Certificate in Regulatory Toxicology by IGMPI. For all the above-mentioned modules, Online Classes (Online mode) or face-to-face classes (Regular mode), elaborate programme material, self-assessment assignments would be provided by the Institute. Details get updated on the webpage as well.
The Institute has partnered with many organizations for providing with placement assistance to its participants. Besides, it has a robust placement cell comprised of senior level Human Resources professionals and Talent Acquisition experts which maintains close links with business and industry. This cell is continuously engaged in promoting the employability of our participants and encouraging the concerned Human Resources department and Hiring Managers to recruit/hire our participants for their vacant positions. The efforts of our placement cell also include helping with professional resume writing & interview skills.
In recent months the Institute has witnessed more and more participation from professionals working with global pharmaceutical giants like Mankind Pharma Ltd, GSK Ltd, Syngene International, Torrent Pharmaceuticals, Jubilant Life Sciences Ltd, Granules India Ltd, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories, Ipca Laboratories, Sun Pharma Ltd, Glenmark Generics, Aurobindo Pharma Ltd, Abbott Healthcare Pvt Ltd, Cipla Ltd , Natco Pharma , Mylan Laboratories etc.
IGMPIs online programme is a professional programme targeted to cater the industry needs trained regulatory Toxicology professionals. The information and guidance will provide the participant with not one but many opportunities in the industry; this would come true in form of job roles and positions like that of Regulatory Toxicology specialist, Associates, Principal Scientist and Technical Experts who provides swift regulatory expertise and advice on a variety of human and environmental safety issues (including hazard, exposure and risk assessments) during registration projects.
Moderated by Shri Vinod Arora, Principal Advisor, IGMPI
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