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Medical Pharmacology presents the scientific principles of the action of pharmacological agents. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the relevant biochemistry, anatomy and physiology and how pharmacological agents interact with these areas to achieve specific therapeutic objectives. The student will gain insight into the mechanisms of action, metabolism and distribution of drugs in the living organisms as they are indispensable prerequisites for a complete understanding of drug actions. The course is taught in an organ system approach and the material is coordinated with Pathology, Introduction to Clinical Medicine and Psychopathology.
Medical Physiology is designed to provide medical and post-baccalaureate students with the fundamental physiological information and integrative concepts about major organ system function that are most pertinent to the fields of clinical and academic medicine.
Drug Discovery & Development
- Drug Discovery and Development I (Pharmacology 525)
- Drug Discovery and Development II (Pharmacology 526)
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