Introduction to Information Sciences

Numbering Code G-PHA02 51104 LJ86 Year/Term 2021 ・ Irregular, First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year 1st year master's students Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period
Instructor name Instructors of Bioinformatics and Chemical Genomics Dept. (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
Outline and Purpose of the Course (Aim) This course will provide students with an understanding of various experiments that form the basis of pharmaceutical research experiments and equip them with the knowledge and skills to make the most of information science and technology in these experiments.
(Summary) Students will learn basic experimental techniques for pharmaceutical research, how to handle compounds, and how to take measurements using analytical instruments. They will receive education regarding the use of information science and technology in these experimental studies.
Course Goals To learn about and be able to explain the basic experiment techniques of pharmaceutical research, compound handling methods, instrumental analysis, and information science and technology.
Schedule and Contents (1) Introductory lectures
(2) Introduction to information science and technology 1: Computers
(3) Introduction to information science and technology 2: Internet
(4) Introduction to information science and technology 3: Databases
(5) Outline of the experimental techniques in structural biology and molecular structural science
(6) Using information science and technology in structural biology
(7) Outline of experimental techniques in biocolloidal science and surface science
(8) Using information science and technology in biocolloidal science and surface science experiments
(9) Outline of experimental techniques in biophysical chemistry
(10) Using information science and technology in biophysical chemistry experiments
(11) Outline of experimental techniques in clinical analytical chemistry and radiochemistry
(12) Using information science and technology in clinical analytical chemistry and radiochemistry experiments
(13) Outline of experiment techniques in spectroscopy
(14) Using information science and technology in experiment techniques in spectroscopy
(15) Discussion
Evaluation Methods and Policy Students will be comprehensively evaluated based on lecture and practice attendance, and subject reports that may be assigned based on class or practice content.
Course Requirements None
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Students should proactively prepare in advance for lectures and review their lecture notes. They should aim to acquire a basic understanding and engage in basic research activities.
Textbooks Textbooks/References Others; printouts will be distributed where appropriate.
References, etc. Others; may be specified according to class content.
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