Clemson University’s Institute of Environmental Toxicology (CU-ENTOX) is a community of faculty, staff and students who have dedicated themselves to determining solutions to complex toxicological problems. The Institute is housed in a 38,000 square foot research facility in Pendleton, South Carolina. Just ten minutes from the Clemson campus, CU-ENTOX contains office space and state-of-the-art laboratories for its faculty and graduate students.
Many of the laboratories have computer-controlled environments and there are specialized testing rooms. These testing rooms are dedicated laboratories used for exposures, isolations, histopathology, and analysis of chemicals in a variety of matrices. The Institute’s on-site Animal Care Facility is accredited by The American Association for the Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC). Greenhouses provide space for phytoremediation and biogeochemistry research.