Following are some Toxicology Links we thought might be of interest. If you would like to see other links presented, or one or more of these links no longer work, please let the webmaster know.
- Professional Organizations
American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS)
Canadian Society of Forensic Science (CSFS)
Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences
International Association of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Clinical Toxicology
Society of Forensic Toxicologists (SOFT)
The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists (TIAFT)
- Government and Literature Databases
Health Canada Drug Product Database
[Information on ~20,000 drug products marketed in Canada (eg. brand names, DIN,
Company, ingredient(s) etc.)
[US National Library of Medicine search service to access ~9 million MEDLINEŽ
[Sponsored by US National Library of Medicine - allows one to do a toxicology data
search (factual info related to toxicity/hazards of chemicals) and toxicology literature
- Medicine/Pharmacy Sites Web Sites
Martindales Health Science Guide
[US private site (Jim Martindale: main author) with co-contributors (eg. National
Institute of Health, National Science Foundation)- multidisciplinary health care
site with: >55,000 teaching files; >126,000 medical cases; >1055 multimedia
courses/textbook listings; >1400 multimedia tutorials].
RxList - The Internet Drug Index
[Drug database searchable by generic or brand names. Note: US site (does not deal with
brand names that are exclusively Canadian].
[Diverse site: dictionary, practice guidelines, cases, conference reviews, etc].
- Alternate & Herbal Medicine Sites
Herbal Materia Medica
[Provides information on over 150 natural products, eg. habitat, collection, part
used, constituents, actions, indications, dosage]
Clinical Toxicology Reviews
[Published by Massachusetts Poison Control System. Provides overviews of
selected drugs, solvents, toxins, etc. (chemistry, clinical pharmacology,
pharmacokinetics, clinical toxicology, management of overdose, references].
John Scott Library
[Local University of Alberta Library].
Vaults of Erowid and PiHKAL
[Amazing detail on various phenylalkanes (amphetamines)]