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Clinical Pharmacology

Course Description

Clinical pharmacology forms a critical part of the drug development process and our graduates are employed in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Our aim is to train students in the major areas of clinical pharmacology including molecular pharmacology, drug metabolism and toxicology, therapeutics, pharmacokinetics, pharmcovigilance, regulatory affairs and experimental medicine. The programme aims to achieve this by a multi-disciplinary approach.

Semester 1
Molecular Pharmacology
Drug Metabolism and Toxicology
Applied Statistics
Basic Skills- Induction
Generic Skills

Semester 2
Drug Development to Evidence Based Medicine
Basic Research Methods
Business of Science
Health Informatics (distance learning

Semester 3
Research Project

Visit the Clinical Pharmacology page on the Aberdeen University website for more details!

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Entry Requirements

A good undergraduate degree in Medicine, Biological Science or Pharmacy is required (a second class degree (at least 60% or GPA 2.4/4) IELTS Academic (6.5), TOEFL iBT (90), PTE Academic Overall (62), Cambridge English Advanced & Proficiency (176)

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