PCL470H1: Systems Pharmacology II



A culmination of pharmacological principles discussing concepts of drug properties and their interactions within the body. The mechanism of action, pharmacological properties including clinical use and adverse effects of drugs acting on the central nervous systems and immunological system; antimicrobial and cancer chemotherapeutic agents as well as the potential therapeutic use of endogenous/herbal compounds will be examined. Critical evaluation of primary literature and examination of clinical problem-based case studies will be integrated with lecture material through small group sessions.

PCL201H1, PCL302H1, ( PSL300H1, PSL301H1), and 14.0 credits. Students who do not meet the prerequisite are encouraged to contact the Department.
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