Dr. Le teaches a graduate-level course: Analytical and Environmental Toxicology (LABMP 550). He has previously taught Environmental Contaminant Exposure Assessment (PHS 511) and Chemical Principles, Fate and Behavior of Environmental Contaminants (PHS 510). He also gives a few lectures every year to several undergraduate and graduate courses offered in other departments at the University of Alberta.
Four graduate-level courses in the Analytical and Environmental Toxicology program, LABMP 550, LABMP 551, LABMP 552, and LABMP 553 , are currently taught in coordination with an NSERC-funded CREATE program. The Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE) program on Research in Environmental Analytical Chemistry and Toxicology is supported by government, industry, and four universities, including Alberta, Carleton, Laval, and Ottawa. Dr. Le contributes to teaching of these courses.
Dr. Le supervises post-doctoral fellows, graduate students (MSc and PhD), and undergraduate students. Graduate students in this group are from the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Department of Chemistry, and School of Public Health.