School of Medical Sciences

MEDSCI 716 - Drug Disposition & Kinetics

Welcome to the MEDSCI 716 additional information section. Here you can learn about course details, lecturer and timetable information.

This is an advanced course in Pharmacology and it is assumed that students taking the course are familiar with the basic facts of drug ADME and pharmacokinetics covered in stage 2 & 3 Pharmacology courses (such as MEDSCI 204 & 303; previously PHARMCOL 201 & 301). In this course, the absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of drugs will be studied in depth, as well as the analyses of these processes, and factors influencing these processes. Most importantly, students will learn the skills of electronic information retrieval, digestion of this material, and production of a synopsis and the concise oral presentation of such material. Such skills are critical in a research career, or indeed in any career in this electronic age.

Tutorials are held at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at the Grafton Campus. Tutorial material will be made available through Cecil for students enrolled in the course.

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