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Drug Discovery (Coursera)

The University of California San Diego, Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Drug Discovery course brings you lectures from both faculty and industry experts. With this course, recorded on campus at UCSD, we seek to share our access to top people in the field who bring an unprecedented [...]
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Drug Discovery & Medicinal Chemistry (edX)

Learn how scientists in drug development modify and test molecules to improve potency and reduce toxicity. Discover the criteria that regulatory agencies use to approve molecules that are shown to be both safe and effective as pharmaceuticals for the treatment and prevention of diseases.
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Pharmacokinetics: Drug Dosing in Renal Disease (FutureLearn)

Jan 6th 2020
Pharmacokinetics: Drug Dosing in Renal Disease (FutureLearn)
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Build clinical pharmacy skills and explore the complexities of drug dosing in renal disease with this pharmacokinetics course. Learn how renal disease affects kidney function and how to apply dosing regimens.
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Using Personalized Medicine and Pharmacogenetics (FutureLearn)

Get to grips with pharmacogenetics and personalized medicine, so you can make informed treatment decisions. Personalized medicine and pharmacogenetics both promise exciting new developments in healthcare. On this course you will explore their potential, taking a close look at the human genome, genome and exome sequencing, pharamcogenetics tests, a [...]
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Clinical Pharmacokinetics: Dosing and Monitoring (FutureLearn)

Jun 10th 2019
Clinical Pharmacokinetics: Dosing and Monitoring (FutureLearn)
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Understanding pharmacokinetics, from basic principles to clinical applications. Explore the key principles of pharmacokinetics and how to apply them. On this course you will learn about the principles of clinical pharmacokinetics, including factors that affect the absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, and binding of drugs. [...]
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