BP715.0

Molecular Approaches to Drug Action, Discovery and Design

Credits: 4.00 CREDITS (Non-Clinical Elective)
Sites: HMS
Directors: Coen, Donald Mark
Prerequisites: Primarily for graduate students.
Offered: Spring.
Time: TBA
Location: TBA
Open to Exclerks: No (HMS only)
Description:
Application of molecular, systems, and structural biology, genetics, genomics, enzymology, and chemistry to drug action and development of new therapies. Analyzes molecular underpinnings of pharmacological principles. Examples drawn from diseases including cancer and AIDS.

Note: Offered jointly with the FAS as BCMP 207. Primarily for graduate students.
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