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Pharmaceutical Sciences (PSCI)
- D class assignments for graduate students available in PSC-713; Phone: (323) 442-1474.
- For a complete schedule for classes available for the Doctor of Pharmacy program, contact USC School of Pharmacy Graduate Affairs, 1985 Zonal Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90033.
Principles of drug formulation, delivery, metabolism and transport; influence of physicochemical properties, physiology, and pharmacogenetics on these properties; drug-drug interactions; and pharmacokinetics.
|49001D||005||Lecture||3:00-4:50pm||Mon, Tue||38 of 50||Ian Haworth|
Principles of mechanisms of actions of common drug classes, medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, drug interactions with protein targets, biologics, drug targeting and nanotechnology.
|49002D||005||Lecture||3:00-4:50pm||Wed, Thu||38 of 50||Roger Duncan|
Formulation and delivery of biologics, mechanism of action and use of biologics in major disease states, and value of specialty pharmaceuticals.
|49014D||005||Lecture||1:00-2:50pm||Tuesday||24 of 25||Jennica Zaro,|
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Current perspectives on major research areas in cell biology. Emphasis will be on in-depth examination of cellular structures, regulatory processes, intra-cellular routing and targeting, and cell/environmental interactions.
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the INTD department but may qualify for major credit in PSCI. To register, enroll in INTD 531.
|40654D||046||Lecture||9:00-10:50am||Tue, Thu||60 of 90||Axel Schonthal,Amir Goldkorn,|
Qilong Ying,Nicholas Graham,
Rusty Lansford,Curtis Okamoto,Yves Declerck,
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Familiarizes new graduate students with basic approaches used in biomedical research, with a focus on approaches in pharmaceutical, pharmacological and translational sciences. Provides an understanding of what to expect in the coming years as a graduate student doing biomedical research and in scientific writing.
|49056D||005||Lecture||10:00-11:50am||Wed, Fri||14 of 20||Bangyan Stiles|
Biochemistry and molecular biology of replication, transcription, RNA processing, translation and regulation of gene expression with emphasis on multicellular eukaryotic organisms and comparisons to prokaryotes.
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the INTD department but may qualify for major credit in PSCI. To register, enroll in INTD 561.
|40664D||046||Lecture||3:00-4:50pm||Tue, Thu||45 of 85||Woojin An,|
Research leading to the master`s degree. Maximum units which may be applied to the degree to be determined by the department. Graded CR/NC.
|49020D||001||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 10||Clay Wang||OFFICE|
Credit on acceptance of thesis.
|49024D||005||Lecture||TBA||TBA||19 of 20||Clay Wang,|
Part-time or full-time, practical work experience in the student's field of study. The internship must be located at an off-campus facility. Students are individually supervised by faculty. May not be taken until the student has completed at least one semester of enrollment in the graduate program with a cumulative 3.0 GPA.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Doctoral Student, Master Student
|49096D||005||1.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||5 of 20||Roger Duncan||OFFICE|
Principles of advanced pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics. Mathematical description of drug disposition processes. Design and evaluation of pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic studies. Advanced approaches to parameter estimates.
|49062D||005||Lecture||TBA||TBA||11 of 25||Andrew Mackay||OFFICE|
Research leading to the doctorate. Maximum untis which may be applied to the degree to be determined by the department. Graded CR/NC.
|49060D||005||Lecture||TBA||TBA||26 of 50||Clay Wang||OFFICE|
Credit on acceptance of dissertation. Graded CR/NC.
|49070D||005||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 30||Clay Wang||OFFICE|