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  • PMY4001 Molecular Biology

    The present course is directed towards understanding biological processes such as replication, transcription, translation and protein structural functions together with the state of art molecular techniques and biomedical research streams.

  • PMY4002 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2

    Overview of advanced organic reactions for understanding of synthetic methodology, and structure-activity relationships for drug discovery.

  • PMY4003 Synthetic Pharmaceuticals

    Introduction of physicochemical properties, synthetic methodology, pharmacological effects, and side effects of inorganic, bioinorganic and organic pharmaceuticals, respectively.

  • PMY4004 Pharmacology1

    Human pharmacology is the study of drugs used to prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases. This course will provide basic principles of drug receptors, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, drug biotransformation, and toxicology. In addition, it will cover actions, action mechanisms, drug interactions, side effects, and clinical applications of autonomic and cardiovascular-renal drugs.

  • PMY4005 Pharmaceutics 1

    This lecture covers the basic principles on the formulation and preformulation to optimize the therapeutic effects of drugs. Also, this course deals with the preparation and evaluation methods of various dosage forms, pharmacokinetic characteristics according to the route of administration and formulations, and properties of pharmaceutical excipients.

  • PMY4006 Preventive Pharmacy 2

    For the elucidation of cause and effect relationship between exposure to environmental toxic chemicals and their health effects, the comprehensive knowledge on the properties, biological interaction and their toxicity of xenobiotics are needed. In this lecture, students learn about the principles of the prevention of environmental disease.

  • PMY4007 Pathophysiology

    This course deals with relationships between morphologic changes, functional alternations and clinical manifestations of diseases.

  • PMY4008 Pharmacy Lab 3

    Studies on the techniques for the synthesis, separation and identification of drugs, discussion about the stereochemistry and mechanism of the reactions.

  • PMY4009 Cosmetology

    This course will cover the history of cosmetics, chemical composition and preparation methods, application and safety evaluation of various cosmetics.

  • PMY4010 Cell Biology

    This course will provide students with the relationship between cellular structure and functions, control of cellular differentiation and proliferation, metabolism and characteristics of cells and tissues.

  • PMY4011 Instrumental Analysis

    Lecture on the principles of chromatography, infrared spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance, and mass spectrometry which are widely used for the chemical structure determination of unknown compounds, and the interpretation of data.

  • PMY4012 English for Pharmaceutical Science

    Lecture deals with the medical terminology in English that are used in pharmaceutical fields.

  • PMY4013 Functional Foods

    This course will cover classification and functions of the food and dietary supplements that are commonly used to improve personal health.

  • PMY4014 Drug and Society

    Utilizing theoretical and methodological perspectives from social and cultural anthropology, this course is designed to explore the contextual dimensions of illicit drug use as well as other drug-related social issues.

  • PMY4015 Medicinal Chemistry1

    Development process of new drug through enzyme, receptor structure, structure-activity relationships of lead compounds and introduction of the representative drugs.

  • PMY4016 Drug Design

    Computer aided drug design using electrostatic factor, steric factor and electron density for the quantitative analysis of structure-activity relationships.

  • PMY4017 Pharmacology2

    This course will cover drugs acting on smooth muscle, drugs acting in the CNS, drugs used to treat diseases of the blood, inflammation and gout, endocrine drugs, and chemotherapeutic drugs. Emphasis will be placed on chemistry, action mechanisms, drug interactions, side effects, and clinical applications of these drugs.

  • PMY4018 Pharmacokinetics

    This lecture deals with the pharmacokinetics of drugs as concepts of absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion. Also it will focused on the interpretation and design of (pre)clinical pharmacokinetic studies.

  • PMY4019 Pharmaceutics 2

    This lecture deals with the characteristics of various dosage forms and pharmaceutical materials, drug transport mechanisms of each dosage form, physicochemical and storage stability of pharmaceuticals and preformulations. Particularly, it will be focused on the characteristics of common dosage forms including solid and semi-solid dosage forms, liquid dosage forms and disperse systems.

  • PMY4020 Pharmaceutical Engineering

    This course deals with the principles and practices of pharmaceutical operations including extraction, sterilization, drying, sizing and handling of powders, compression and encapsulation. In addition, this course covers the equipments used in unit operations and their characteristics.

  • PMY4021 Drug Information

    Structure of the rational methods in acquiring of the newest drug information: the collecting, readjustment, reorganization, and utilization of drug information will be included.

  • PMY4022 Pharmacy Lab 4

    Basic experiments on drug toxicology and pharmacological reactions of model drugs to understand the experimental purpose and reaction mechanisms. The application and practice of various formulation techniques, characterization of each formulation, and practices of dispensing techniques of drugs will be covered in this course as laboratory exercises.

  • PMY4023 Antibiotics

    To discuss the history, structure, properties, mechanism of resistance, action, and clinical aspects and laboratory techniques of antimicrobial agents.

  • PMY4024 Endocrine Pharmacology

    The aims of this course is to understand physiological actions of endocrine system regulating metabolism, growth, and reproduction in human body and to learn pharmacological effects, action mechanisms, and side effects of drugs used to treat endocrine disorders.

  • PMY4025 Protein Biochemistry

    This course will provide students with understanding of fundamental components in life, such as functions of protein, carbohydrates and lipids, together with neurotransmission and cellular signal transduction.

  • PMY4026 Toxicology

    Toxicology deals with the fundamental principle, mechanism of toxic action, historical background, and ultimate goal to protect humans from exposure to toxic substance. Also we will study in terms of their mechanistic role during the disease process and preventive strategy.

  • PMY4027 Herbology

    There are plants, animals, and minerals that have been used to treat illness since the dawn of recorded history. In this lecture, we will classify those natural sources according to their pharmacological effects, and learn how to apply them to treat diseases.