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Overviews basic biologic mechanisms of immune system. Emphasizes drug allergies, autoimmune conditions, transplantation, immunodeficiency, monoclonal antibodies, other immunology-derived agents in diagnosis/treatment of diseases. Encompasses structure and function of genes and chromosomes, genetic variation, the chromosomal basis of human diseases, disorders of metabolism, immunogenetics, cancer genetics, genetic diagnosis and treatment.
Third Year
This course describes what happens to the body’s chemistry when affected by diseases. The course includes specimen collection and processing, water and electrolytes balance, hydrogen ion homoeostasis and blood gases, the kidneys, the liver, disorders of carbohydrate metabolism, plasma proteins, clinical enzymology.
First Year
Provides principle information concerning the chemical and physical properties of biomolecules (carbohydrates, lipids and proteins) and their interrelated functioning in a biological system. Bioenergetics and oxidative phosphorylations will be covered.
First Year
Preparation of a research project in biopharmaceutics and clinical pharmacy under supervision of faculty member. Presentation and oral discussion are required.
Introduction into proper methods for proposal preparation with application to a selected topic in the area of therapeutics and pharmaceutical care.