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Pharmacology-Toxicology — The core curriculum required for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Pharmacology-Toxicology consists of the following courses: GPHSC 513 Principles of Drug Action, Design, and Delivery 3 crs. Chem. 501 Biochemistry I 3 crs. Chem. 502 Biochemistry II 3 crs. GPHSC 561 General Toxicology 3 crs. GPHSC 566 Clinical Toxicology 3 crs. GPHSC 570 Drug Mechanisms 3 crs. GPHSC 572 Methods of Evaluation of Drug Action and Toxicity 4 crs. GPHSC 672, 673 Advanced Pharmacology I and II 6 crs. GPHSC 693, 694 Seminar 4 crs. GPHSC 701 Dissertation 12 crs. With approval, GPHSC 667 or may be substituted for Clinical Toxicology. The following courses are recommended electives; other electives in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry and Analytical Chemistry may also be appropriate. GPHSC 574 Neuronal Biochemistry 2 crs. GPHSC 667 Forensic Toxicology 3 crs. GPHSC 507 Exploratory Data Analysis 3 crs. GPHSC 521 Analytical Separation Methods 3 crs.

Course Descriptions 501. Manufacturing Pharmacy. 4 crs. A comprehensive course addressing the techniques and equipment utilized in the large scale processing of solids. Lectures and laboratory experience is provided in the processing of solids (such as tablets and hard gelatin capsules). Special emphasis is placed on methods of quality control, tablet tooling and manufacture and characterization, fluid-bed precessing, and sterile processing of parenteral medication. Student presentations on current topics of good manufacturing practices and current industry emphases are required. Lecture, two hours; laboratory, eight hours.

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