Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences


MEDSCI 204 - Pharmacology and Toxicology

15 Points

Semester 2
Grafton

Description


A solid grounding in the principles underlying pharmacology and toxicology, including the nature of drug targets, their interaction and response (pharmacodynamics), the fate of drugs within the body (pharmacokinetics), toxicity classification and testing, poisons and antidotes, adverse drug reactions, selective toxicity, drug discovery and development. Selected drug examples will be studied to illustrate key principles of clinical pharmacology.

Requisites


Prerequisites: BIOSCI 106, CHEM 110, MEDSCI 142

Please note that the prerequisites listed here apply to students who begin their degree in 2016. Students who started their degree in 2015 or earlier will be under the University of Auckland course and degree regulations in place at that time.

If you have trouble enrolling, then please apply for an enrolment concession.

Visit  www.studentservices.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/sso-apply-concession, to find out how.

Additional information


Detailed information about this course is available on this page.

Course Director


Course Coordinator