Drug Development

GMS BT 462

Prereq: One semester of biology, two semesters of chemistry, and BT 405 (Biochem). BT 575 (Design & Conduct of Clin Trials) recommended. This course explores how drugs developed at the bench transition to clinical testing and subsequently to the market. The translational approach in drug development is discussed as well as current translational technologies. Topics include the molecular and pathophysiological basis of select diseases; drug design; pre-clinical testing; clinical evaluation of drugs; regulatory requirements for drug approval; and the frontiers of translational research. Lectures are combined with discussions and presentations.

FALL 2017 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Fridkis-Hare INS 214 S 8:30 am-11:50 am 72 E Concord St
L 214
Chemistry x2
& Biochemistry
MED Campus

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