A one-month rotation in Medical
Toxicology is offered at the University of Texas,
Southwestern School of Medicine in conjunction with the
Texas Poison Center Network and the
Fellowship Program. The toxicology training program
welcomes the participation of residents and students.
The rotators participate in weekday, daytime activities
of the toxicology service. There is no overnight or
weekend call for the rotators.
You might become so interested in toxicology that
you decide to go on to do subspecialty training!
If you are a resident interested in rotating with us,
please complete the following.
If you are a Resident
Application / Information
1. For an application, email Deborah
2. Need a letter from your residency program
director approving your elective
3.We will need a letter from your home
institution stating that you are in good academic
4.We will need a letter of verification from your
home institution that you have met all the
requirements for immunizations and that you have had
a current TB clearance within six months right up to
their rotation at Parkland. In other words if
someone is to rotate starting in September then the
TB clearance has to be between March 2009 through
August 30, 2009.
5. We will need a letter of verification
that you have gone through a criminal background
check as well as a drug screening process with no
6. Copy of medical license; If you donít have a
Texas Medical License, we also need a Physicians in
Training Permit (PIT)
7. Medical School Diploma
8. A photograph (approximately 2x3)
9. Copy of driverís license (for security badge
10. Please return application and documentation to