Clinical Pharmacology Specialization

Clinical pharmacology

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MACPR core curriculum

All MACPR students will complete the following core courses to build a solid foundation in the theory and conduct of clinical/preclinical research.

Nursing 7781
Responsible Conduct of Research
Nursing/Pharmacy 7770
Fundamentals of Medical Product Development and Regulation
Nursing/Pharmacy 7782
Research Design and Methods for Clinical and Preclinical Research
Nursing/Pharmacy 7405
Management of Clinical and Preclinical Studies
Public Health Biostats 6210
Design and Analysis of Studies in the Health Sciences I
Pharmacology 5600*
Introduction to General Pharmacology
*Pharmacology is required only for students without prior pharmacology coursework at the graduate or upper undergraduate level.


Clinical Pharmacology Specialization coursework

In addition to the core coursework, students in the Clinical Pharmacology Specialization will complete the following courses:

Required specialization courses:
Pharmacy 7582
Organ System Toxicology
Pharmacy 7584
Applied Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
Pharmacology 7550
Research Applications in Clinical Pharmacology
Pharmacology/Pharmacy 7599
Capstone in Applied Clinical and Preclinical Research
Select two of the following:
Introduction to Pathophysiology
Pharmacology 5700
Introduction to Personalized Therapeutics and Pharmacogenomics
Pharmacy 7570
Pharmaceutical Safety and Risk Management