Courses

PHM 8100 SEMINAR IN PHARMACEUTICS
(1 credit) Pharmaceutics faculty
Various seminar topics weekly.

PHM 8110 READINGS IN PHARMACEUTICS
(1 credit) Pharmaceutics faculty
Current literature.

PHM 8120 READINGS IN CNS DRUG DELIVERY
(1 credit) Professor Fairbanks
Weekly discussion of recent publications, methods and analyses relevant to research on delivery of drugs to the central nervous system. Offered concurrently with Phm 8481.

PHM 8150 PHARMACOKINETICS RESEARCH SEMINAR
(2 credits) Professor Elmquist
Advanced topics in animal and human pharmacokinetics.

PHM 8295 RESEARCH PROBLEMS
(credits arranged) Pharmaceutics faculty
Experimental investigation of problems in pharmaceutics.

PHM 8421 ADVANCED PHARMACOKINETICS
(4 credits) Professor Elmquist 
Application of compartmental, non-compartmental, and physiological model analyses to study absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of drugs.

PHM/BMEN 8431 CONTROLLED DRUG AND GENE DELIVERY: MATERIALS, MECHANISMS AND MODELS
(4 credits) Professors Siegel and Panyam
Physical, chemical, physiological, cell biological and mathematical principles underlying the design of delivery systems for drugs, including small molecules, proteins and genes.

PHM 8441 SOLUBILITY AND SOLID-STATE PROPERTIES OF DRUGS
(3 credits) Professors Suryanarayanan and Sun
Physical and physicochemical properties of drugs in solid state as related to drug delivery.

PHM/CMB/NSC 8481 ADVANCED NEUROPHARMACEUTICS
(4 credits) Professor Fairbanks
Delivery of compounds to the central nervous system to activate proteins in specific brain regions for therapeutic benefit. Pharmaceutical/pharmacological issues specific to direct drug delivery to the CNS.