Laboratory of Toxicology and Forensic Chemistry

University of Crete Medical School

  • LC-MS
    LC-MS Σύστημα Υγρής Χρωματογραφίας - Φασματομετρίας Μάζας
  • GC-MS
    GC-MS Σύστημα Αέριας Χρωματογραφίας - Φασματομετρίας Μάζας
  • TOX.I.S.
    TOX.I.S. Σύστημα Υγρής Χρωματογραφίας TOX.I.S.

Welcome to the laboratory of toxicology and forensic sciences


The Laboratory of Toxicology and Forensic Science of the University of Crete, founded in 1983, serves education, research and clinical needs of modern toxicology while promoting the development of modern basic and applied research in the fields of Forensic Toxicology, Clinical Toxicology and individual branches of toxicology.


The Laboratory of Toxicology and Forensic Science covers toxicology needs throughout the island of Crete, the Dodecanese and other areas of Greece. Further, a large number of drugs, alcohol, different toxic substances in biological samples and evidence are analyzed.


Laboratory Departments:


  • Department of Toxicology,

  • Department of Forensic Science,

  • Department of Molecular Toxicology

  • Department of Analytical Chromatography and Spectrometry techniques

  • Department of Clinical Diagnostic Toxicology

  • Department of Xenobiotic Modification



Last News

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The ANGIE Kick-start Programme, an initiative from the ANGIE project, invites researchers, clinicians, professionals, students and entrepreneurs with an interest in personalised and precision medicine to develop new therapies based on its technology platform.

ANGIE Kick-start is a pre-commercial adoption programme running from October 2022 to May 2023 that will allow you to start innovating with the technology developed in the ANGIE project.

The programme consists of a series of workshops on targeted drug delivery and entrepreneurship topics to help you develop your idea for a novel therapy. All participants will be mentored by an experienced venture builder, have access to leading experts in the field, and receive support to start a research project or a new venture. Participation is free, and registration is still open!

Our Team is offering an info session on October 20th, 2022 at 01.00pm (CET) on Zoom. Join us here:

More info and registrations:



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Pesticide exposure in Sri Lanka


I would like to thank the fieldworkers in Sri Lanka for contributing to the collection of samples for the feasibility study. I would also like to thank Prof. Sisira Siribaddana, Dr Channa Jayasumana, Dr Melissa Pearson, Prof. Tzatzarakis Manolis, Prof. AristidisTsatsakis, Dr Chris Metcalfe and Prof. David Gunnell for their contribution to the design and conduct of the feasibility study. I would also like to thank the South Asian Clinical Toxicology Collaboration for their support in conducting the feasibility study.