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Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences: Pharmacology

Pharmacology is a specialisation of the Master’s programme Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences (BPS).

The programme contains two research periods (52 and and 36 EC), and compulsory and optional programme components, see: outline of the specialisation programme.

  • Attending two lecture series of BPS is mandatory in the MSc programme of Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences (BPS). Mandatory lecture series must be chosen from the ones listed below.
  • Attending more than two lecture series of BPS is optional. Optional lecture series are part of the programme component ‘Optional courses or traineeships’.

First and Second Year

Course EC Semester 1 Semester 2

The MSc programme of Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences offers the following lecture series in the academic year 2010–2011:

Blood-Brain Barrier: Drug Transport to the Brain 4
Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry 4
Atherosclerosis 4
Pharmacokinetic-Pharmacodynamic Modelling 4
Molecular Mechanisms of Apoptosis 4
Modern Drug Discovery: From Biology and Structure to New Chemical Entity 4
Stress Hormones and Pathophysiology of the Nervous System 4
Computational Analysis of Metabolomics Data (Statistical Analysis) 4
Drug Delivery 4

Obligatory course in the academic year 2010–2011:

Scientific Conduct 1

Optional courses in the academic year 2010–2011:

Formulering farmaceutische eiwitten 13

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The MSc programme Pharmacology trains for junior drug researchers and prepares students for a career in Pharmacology (drug transport and disposition, pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics), Medical Pharmacology (hormones in neurosciences), and Clinical Pharmacology.