Seminar in Basic Clinical Pharmacy

Numbering Code G-PHA01 72313 SJ86 Year/Term 2021 ・ Irregular, year-round
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Seminar
Target Year 1st and 2nd year master's students Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period
Instructor name TERADA TOMOHIRO (Kyoto University Hospital Professor)
NAKAGAWA TAKAYUKI (Kyoto University Hospital Associate Professor)
IMAI SATOSHI (Kyoto University Hospital Senior Lecturer)
Nakagawa Shunsaku (Kyoto University Hospital Assistant Professor)
ITOHARA KOTARO (Kyoto University Hospital Assistant Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course (Aim) The course aims to equip students with understanding of the recent research in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics.
(Summary) The course introduces and discusses the recent findings in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics, such as adverse effects, toxicity, drug interactions, appropriate use of drugs, the pathophysiology of various diseases and their therapeutic agents, and personalized medicine.
Course Goals Students will gain knowledge and learn basic approaches in the logical interpretation of individual data in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics through their own presentations and discussions with lab members. The course also aims to help them develop problem-solving skills to move forward with research and to manage various scientific problems.
Schedule and Contents 1~15: Seminars will be held for the following subjects.
・Research for mechanisms and their treatment of adverse effects of pharmaceutical drugs.
・Research on the correlations between blood concentration and efficacy/adverse effects of pharmaceutical drugs, and changes in pharmacokinetics during pathophysiology
・Pharmacokinetic analysis studies for the appropriate use of pharmaceutical drugs
・Clinical and basic research on drug-induced nephropathy
・Research on the elucidation of the pathophysiology and the development of therapeutic drugs for chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy
・Research on the pathophysiologies of pain and analgesics
Evaluation Methods and Policy Students will be comprehensively evaluated based on their attendance to the seminar and proper participation in the presentations and discussions.
Course Requirements None
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Guidance on presentation and discussion methods will be explained in a bulletin or at the first seminar.
Class materials will be released before the seminar, and students should look over the materials in advance to prepare.
Textbooks Textbooks/References Power Point slides and their resume will be used in the seminar.
References, etc. Others; none
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