Drugs, Discovery, and Development
King's College London
Area of Study
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units6
Hours & Credits
Educational Aims: Having taken the module students will: have a greater understanding of the principles, procedures and practices of drug discovery and development; recognise and be able to discuss the challenge facing those involved in drug discovery and development; be able to critically evaluate experimental observations in relation to current theory; have a greater understanding and technical expertise in certain areas of experimental pharmacology.
Learning Outcomes: The module aims to: give students an appreciation of the scientific principles that underlie drug discovery and development; give students an appreciation of the procedures and practices employed by the pharmaceutical industry in the discovery and development of new-drugs; develop the students' practical skills in 'in vitro' pharmacology.
Suggested Reading: Drug Discovery and Development by Rang; Publisher: Churchill and Livingstone
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