PCOL 601a: Epigenetics in Development and Disease (1 unit)
PCOL 601b: Proteomics (1 unit)
PCOL 630B: Cell communication & Signaling (3 units)
CBIO 597a: Experimental Design (1 unit)
CBIO 552: Cancer Biology (4 units)
CHEM 584: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (3 units)
CHEM 543: Structural Organic Chemistry (3 units)
PCOL 550: Drug Metabolism and Disposition (2 units)
BIOC 585: Biological Structure I (4 units)
BIOC 568: Nucleic Acids (4 units)
CBIO553: Advanced Topics in Cancer Biology (4 units)
CBIO 597a: Grant Writing for Graduate Student (1 unit)
PCOL 630A: Cell communication & Signaling (3 units)
CHEM 541: Mechanisms of Organic Reactions (3 units)
CHEM 548 Advanced Synthetic Chemistry (3 units)
CHEM 587: Intro to Molecular Spectroscopy (3 units)
CHEM 534A/B: Practical NMR Spectroscopy (3 units)
This course is intended to familiarize first year graduate or senior undergraduate students with critical classic and comtemporary concepts of drug discovery. Part of the course will involve a 'flipped classroom" format and discussion of the primary literature allowing students to engage and teach each other.
Principles of Drug Discovery, Design and Development (PHSC 670)
An introduction to principles of drug discovery, design and development covering processes and tools such as computational chemistry, combinatorial chemistry and subjects such as molecular target identification, drug receptor interactions, DNA and proteins as molecular targets, drug metabolism and drug delivery systems.
Synthetic & Mechanistic Organic Chemistry (CHEM 550)
Proteins and Enzymes (BIOC 565)
Continuation of the comprehensive survey of the medicinal chemistry of drugs, including agents acting on the autonomic, cardiovascular, hematopoietic, inflammatory, and gastrointestinal systems, vitamins and radiopharmaceuticals.
Drug Discovery and Development Seminar (PHSC 596a)
The development and exchange of scholarly information in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
Genomics and Proteomics (PCOL 601)
Lecture and laboratory on the qualitative and quantitative effects of toxic substances on mammalian genes and proteins.
Drug Metabolism and Disposition (PCOL 550)
Principles of absorption, distribution, and excretion of drugs, with emphasis on mechanisms of drug metabolism.