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PHARMCOL 399

: Capstone: Integrated Pharmacology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A capstone that applies fundamental principles of pharmacology and toxicology to the safe, effective and responsible use of drugs through investigation of a current area of pharmacological research. Emphasises experimental design, data collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation, as the scientific basis for rational, evidence-based decision-making.
Subject: Pharmacology
Prerequisite: MEDSCI 204 and 30 points from MEDSCI 203, 205, 206, BIOSCI 203, and 30 points from MEDSCI 318-320
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PHARMCOL 399

: Capstone: Integrated Pharmacology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A capstone that applies fundamental principles of pharmacology and toxicology to the safe, effective and responsible use of drugs through investigation of a current area of pharmacological research. Emphasises experimental design, data collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation, as the scientific basis for rational, evidence-based decision-making.
Subject: Pharmacology
Prerequisite: MEDSCI 204 and 30 points from MEDSCI 203, 205, 206, BIOSCI 203, and 30 points from MEDSCI 318-320
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PHARMCOL 399

: Capstone: Integrated Pharmacology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A capstone that applies fundamental principles of pharmacology and toxicology to the safe, effective and responsible use of drugs through investigation of a current area of pharmacological research. Emphasises experimental design, data collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation, as the scientific basis for rational, evidence-based decision-making.
Subject: Pharmacology
Prerequisite: MEDSCI 204 and 30 points from MEDSCI 203, 205, 206, BIOSCI 203, and 30 points from MEDSCI 318-320

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PHARMCOL 399

: Capstone: Integrated Pharmacology
2021 Semester One (1213)
A capstone that applies fundamental principles of pharmacology and toxicology to the safe, effective and responsible use of drugs through investigation of a current area of pharmacological research. Emphasises experimental design, data collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation, as the scientific basis for rational, evidence-based decision-making.
Subject: Pharmacology
Prerequisite: MEDSCI 204 and 30 points from MEDSCI 203, 205, 206, BIOSCI 203, and 30 points from MEDSCI 318-320

Outline is not available yet