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330.805 Introduction to Pharmacology
330.805 Introduction to Clinical Pharmacology and Medicine
Introduction to Clinical Pharmacology and Medicine
Course # ME.330.805
The course entitled "Introduction to Clinical Pharmacology and Medicine" (Rounds/Clinical Service/Limit - 5 students) meets for a week in April from 7:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. each day. (The course will also be offered again either in the Spring or the Summer – TBA). Students will make rounds on a clinical service, discuss drug usage and related clinical issues, research one drug related clinical issue in depth and write a brief paper on the subject. Course enrollment is limited to 5.
Graduate school pharmacology or physiology is a prerequisite. Dr. Ambinder must approve prospective students. Contact Dr. Ambinder at Ext. 5-8839 for meeting place.
If you are interested in taking this course, please see Dr. Ambinder (389 CRB) to complete a form that he will sign. After the form is signed, you can take it to the registrar's office to formally sign up.
Dr. Richard Ambinder 389 CRB Ext. 5-8839 email@example.com