Introduction to Pharmaceutical Sciences

Numbering Code G-PHA10 56002 LJ86 Year/Term 2021 ・ Irregular, First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year 1st to 4th year doctoral students Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period
Instructor name ONO MASAHIRO (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor)
TAKAKURA YOSHINOBU (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor)
KANEKO SHIYUUJI (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor)
KAKEYA HIDEAKI (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor)
KATOU HIROAKI (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor)
FUTAKI SHIROH (Institute for Chemical Research Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course (Aim) Introductory lectures on pharmaceutical research. The aim is for students to understand the status and prospects of pharmaceutical research; an overview and prospects of research in the fields of medical chemistry, physical chemistry, and biological chemistry will also be provided.
(Summary) This course will outline the details and issues of research in medical chemistry, physical chemistry, and biological chemistry, and equip students with essential knowledge for pharmaceutical research. Teaching staff from each field will give lectures, as will visiting lecturers, where appropriate.
Course Goals ・To study and acquire basic knowledge on a broad range of the latest information on pharmaceutical research.
・To develop the skills to tackle issues (reports) independently and continuously.
Schedule and Contents (1)-(2) Status and prospects of the pharmaceutical research underpinning clinical pharmacy (Ono)
(3) State of research on medical chemistry in graduate schools (Takakura)
(4) Prospects of research on medical chemistry in graduate schools (Takakura)
(5) Outline of the position of medical chemistry in pharmaceutical research (Takakura)
(6) Detailed explanation of the position of medical chemistry in pharmaceutical research (Takakura)
(7) State of research on physical chemistry in graduate schools (Ono)
(8) Prospects of research on physical chemistry in graduate schools (Ono)
(9) Outline of position of physical chemistry in pharmaceutical research Ono)
(10) Detailed explanation of the position of physical chemistry in pharmaceutical research (Ono)
(11) State of research on biological chemistry in graduate schools (Kaneko)
(12) Prospects of research on biological chemistry in graduate schools (Kaneko)
(13) Outline of position of biological chemistry in pharmaceutical research (Kaneko)
(14) Detailed explanation of position of biological chemistry in pharmaceutical research (Kaneko)
(15) Discussion (Takakura, Ono, & Kaneko)
Evaluation Methods and Policy Students will be comprehensively evaluated based on lecture attendance and topic reports assigned based on class content.
Course Requirements None
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Students should prepare for each class by looking up basic information about the lecture topic on the Internet in advance. Students should also note that they will be assigned a report on the class content, and this will be used as a basis for performance evaluation.
Textbooks Textbooks/References Others; printouts will be distributed.
References, etc. Others; may be specified according to class content.
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