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MEDS 4029 | 3 credit hours
Spring Semester | Syllabus (PDF)
MWF 1:00 – 1:50 PM
Terry Kirley, PhD | firstname.lastname@example.org | 513-558-2353
An overview of signal transduction systems relating the binding of drugs to receptors to physiological effects is given. An outline of the centrality and importance of the autonomic and central nervous systems and drugs modulating those systems is presented.
A broad overview of the mechanism of action of many classes of drugs used to treat common human diseases, pathologies, and infections is presented, along with prototype drugs and their clinical uses, mechanisms of actions, toxicities, and drug-drug interactions. In addition to all the requirements for undergraduate students enrolled in this course, graduate students will be required to prepare and submit a written report, approximately 2 weeks prior to the end of the course.
This report will consist of a detailed analysis of a drug which has either been approved by the FDA in the last year, or a new drug being considered for approval.
George M. Brenner, Craig W. Stevens (2012) Pharmacology,4th edition, Saunders, PhiladelphiaSoftback ISBN: 978-1455702824E-Book ISBN: 978-1455702787
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