First online laboratory-based Distance Master of Science Degree earned

Jonathan (J.D.) Foster, has earned the first Distance Laboratory-Based Master of Science (M.S.) degree in the Pharmacology & Toxicology Department. The title of his Master’s Thesis was “Population Pharmacokinetic Analysis of Enrofloxacin and Its Active Metabolite Ciprofloxacin Following Intravenous Injection in Cats with Reduced Kidney Function.”

The laboratory-based online M.S. degree program in Pharmacology & Toxicology is online and provides advanced training in molecular, cellular and organ systems pharmacology and toxicology and scientific writing. Dr. Nancy Muma, department chair, was Foster’s on-campus advisor while he was a student. Foster received a grant from the AVMF/Veterinary Pharmacology Research Foundation to support his Master’s thesis research work.