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Molecular Pharmacology and Toxicology (MPTX)
- D class assignments for graduate students available in PSC-713; Phone: (323) 442-1474.
- For a complete schedule of classes available for the Doctor of Pharmacy program, please contact USC School of Pharmacy Graduate Affairs, 1985 Zonal Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90033. For Regulator Science course dates and times, refer to regulatory.usc.edu/schedule.cfm.
Fundamentals of pharmacology in the context of the rapidly developing knowledge of related disciplines.
|48902D||005||Lecture||10:00-11:50am||Tue, Thu||14 of 20||Yong Zhang|
Nexus of pharmacology and toxicology; therapeutic use and toxicology of common drugs; and prescribing these drugs in clinical practice.
|48810D||005||2.0||Lecture||1:00-2:50pm||Monday||21 of 25||Martine Culty||OFFICE|
14 of 14
Introduction to regulatory environments surrounding medical product development, manufacturing and marketing; operation of federal, state and international regulatory bodies. Recommended preparation: undergraduate degree in pharmacy, medical or independent health sciences, engineering or equivalent mix of post-secondary training and industry medical or independent health sciences, engineering or equivalent mix of post-secondary training and industry experience.
|48811D||626||Lecture||TBA||TBA||45 of 50||Eunjoo Pacifici,Frances Richmond||OFFICE & ONLINE|
Development and testing of new medical products according to U.S. and international regulatory requirements. Recommended preparation: undergraduate degree in pharmacy, medical or independent health sciences, engineering or equivalent mix of post-secondary training and industry experience; enrollment in M.S., Regulatory Science or departmental approval.
|48813D||626||Lecture||TBA||TBA||27 of 50||Susan Bain,Eunjoo Pacifici||OFFICE & ONLINE|
Legal issues affecting intellectual property, medical product development, marketing and safety, taught through case studies and lectures. Recommended preparation: undergraduate degree in pharmacy, medical or independent health sciences, engineering or equivalent mix of post-secondary training and industry experience.
|48816D||626||Lecture||TBA||TBA||40 of 50||Kellie Moore,|
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Developing form and content for investigational drug applications, new drug applications, biologic licensing applications to FDA; common technical documents; considerations of writing style.
|48818D||695||Lecture||TBA||TBA||23 of 50||Nancy Pire-Smerkanich,Katie Graham,Eunjoo Pacifici||OFFICE & ONLINE|
Provides a firm foundation in the domestic and international CMC process, from concept to commercialization of new active pharaceutical ingrediants and products. Recommended preparation: undergraduate degree in pharmacy, medicine or independent health science, engineering or equivalent.
|48826D||626||Lecture||TBA||TBA||16 of 50||Roger Clemens,Eunjoo Pacifici||OFFICE & ONLINE|
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 MPTX. 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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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 MPTX. To register, enroll in INTD 561.
|40664D||046||Lecture||3:00-4:50pm||Tue, Thu||45 of 85||Woojin An,|
Mammalian organ systems operation during health, and pathophysiologic analysis of related diseases with focus on muscle, respiratory, cardiovascular and renal systems. Faculty from basic and clinical sciences.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Doctoral Student, Master Student
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the INTD department but may qualify for major credit in MPTX. To register, enroll in INTD 572.
|40673D||046||Lecture||1:00-2:50pm||Tue, Thu||7 of 30||Rayudu Gopalakrishna,|
E. Todd Schroeder,
Michael Jakowec,Mark Shwayder,
Janos Peti Peterdi,
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.
|48900D||005||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 25||Clay Wang||OFFICE|
Credit on acceptance of thesis. Graded IP/CR/NC.
|48904D||005||Lecture||TBA||TBA||13 of 30||Clay Wang,|
Research/policy analysis conducted under preceptor supervision in an industrial or governmental setting. Open to students who have completed the majority of course credits in the Regulatory Science program. Graded CR/NC.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following school(s): Alfred E. Mann School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
|48830D||626||Lecture||TBA||TBA||1 of 50||Eunjoo Pacifici,Susan Bain||OFFICE|
Contemporary advances in molecular pharmacology and toxicology research. Registration required during each year of residency.
|48920D||005||Lecture||TBA||TBA||2 of 25||Roger Duncan||OFFICE|
Research leading to the doctorate. Maximum units which may be applied to the degree to be determined by the department. Graded CR/NC.
|48922D||005||Lecture||TBA||TBA||4 of 30||Clay Wang||OFFICE|
Credit on acceptance of Dissertation. Graded CR/NC.
- Restriction: Registration closed to the following class level(s): Doctoral Student
|48924D||005||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 20||Clay Wang||OFFICE|