A lecture course dealing with biopharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic factors influencing drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion. Computer and statistical aspects in pharmacokinetics are addressed.
Interpret primary research literature within the pharmaceutical sciences.
Describe the drug development process.
Design appropriate experiments to address generated research questions in the pharmaceutical sciences.
Evaluate possible problems in the design and execution of a study in the pharmaceutical sciences.
Apply fundamental principles of statistical analysis, such as power analysis, correlation, causation, regression, and summary statistics.
Select the appropriate statistical approach for the interpretation of preclinical and clinical datasets.
* Highlight denotes properties specific to the Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences track.