The course is divided into two modules: General Pharmacology and Special Pharmacology and Toxicology.
The General Pharmacology Module has as main objectives: - the definition and classification of drug targets and the description of various aspects of the pharmacodynamic action of drugs; - the description of the different biotechnological drugs.
The module of Pharmacology and Toxicology has as main objectives: - the description of the various aspects of pharmacokinetics: absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of drugs; - the definition of rational use bases of the different drugs in the therapy of the various organ pathologies and apparatus; - the description of the basic principles of toxicology.
Expected learning outcomes
Students will learn how drugs reach there drug targets and how they act on them
MEMBRANE RECEPTORS INTRACELLULAR RECEPTORS ION CHANNELS AND TRANSPORTERS DRUG-RECEPTOR INTERACTIONS PRINCIPLES OF CHEMOTHERAPY PHARMACOLOGICAL CONTROL OF NEUROTRANSMITTER DISEASE ENZYMES AS DRUG TARGETS PHARMACOGENOMICS FUNDAMENTALS OF DRUG DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION ANIMAL MODELS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
BODY SYSTEMS PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
PHARMACOKINETICS PRINCIPLES OF AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM PHARMACOLOGY SMOOTH MUSCLE PHARMACOLOGY CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY INFLAMMATION AND IMMUNE PHARMACOLOGY RESPIRATORY PHARMACOLOGY GASTRO-ENTERIC PHARMACOLOGY CNS PHARMACOLOGY ENDOCRINE PHARMACOLOGY PHARMACOGENETICS PRINCIPLES OF TOXICOLOGY CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF TOXICOLOGY ORGAN AND SYSTEM TOXICOLOGY MUTAGENESIS AND CANCEROGENESIS EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHE IN TOXICOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY TOXICOGENETICS