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School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Pharmacology (PHAR)
PHAR
6205
Pharmacology
Pharmacology
Fall 2017
5
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Laboratory
Lecture
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BMSC 8210 and BMSC 8212; or permission of the instructor
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Enrollment in an MA or PhD program in medical-related sciences
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Basic principles of pharmacology, including receptor mechanisms, drug distribution and metabolism, and pharmacokinetics. The interactions of drugs and biological systems as a basis for rational disease therapy.
1. Identify the fundamental principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. 2. Apply the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic principles that describe drug actions in humans. 3. Compare and contrast the specific pharmacology of the major classes of drugs, important distinctions among members of each class, the risks and benefits, in relation to the organ systems they affect, and the diseases for which they are used therapeutically. 4. Identify the role of molecular genetics and genomic principles in pharmacotherapeutics and drug development.
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