Welcome to Fellow Friday! As a new feature, your friends at The Tox & The Hound will have regularly occurring posts from exciting guest authors that take a deep, deep dive into deeper toxicology topics. Posts that will have toxicology fellows putting down their slide rule, straightening their pocket protectors, and taking notes. Love structures? We got em! More equations? Check! Want to revisit topics from the first two years of medical school? You are in luck my curious friend!
Today’s inaugural Fellow Friday post is on refractory methemoglobinemia, from Dr. Steve Curry (@SteveCurryMD). Steve is legendary for his breadth of knowledge and understanding of chemistry. So, clean off your white board and pay attention, because things are about to get nerdy.
- Tox and Hound – Love and Half-Life* - February 26, 2020
- Tox and Hound – One Therapy To Rule Them All? Sugar vs Squeeze in Cardiotoxic Poisoning - February 18, 2020
- Tox & Hound – A Toxicological Brain Teaser. The Complexities of Valproic Acid Metabolism. - February 4, 2020