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Introduction to Pharmacology

This pharmacology course will explore the mechanism of action of pharmaceutical drugs on a molecular level. We will delve into various drug classes and decipher how they affect systems within the human body. Students who successfully complete this course will demonstrate increased knowledge in pharmacokinetics, drug toxicity, therapeutics and drug discovery.

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    From Doane University via edX
    Instructor Steve St. Onge
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    Language English
    Subjects Science
    Tags Medicine

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    Length 8 weeks
    Effort 10 - 12 hours per week
    Starts On Demand (Start anytime)
    Cost $99
    From Doane University via edX
    Instructor Steve St. Onge
    Download Videos On all desktop and mobile devices
    Language English
    Subjects Science
    Tags Medicine

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