TBIO-535 Cancer Pharmacology I
Spring for 2016-2017
An overview of fundamentals of pharmacology as applied to cancer therapy. Mechanisms of action and resistance to chemotherapeutic, antihormonal, biological response modifiers, and new experimental drugs will be emphasized. TBIO 535 is the first half of the full semester course (TBIO 536; 4 credits)
Credits: 2
Prerequisites: None

Sections:

TBIO-535-01 Tumor Biology II: Cancer Pharmacology I & II
Spring for 2016-2017
Provides students with an overview of fundamentals of pharmacology as applied to cancer therapy. Mechanisms of action and resistance to chemotherapeutic, antihormonal, biological response modifiers, and new experimental drugs will be emphasized. (Section 01 runs for the full semester and is required for all Tumor Biology PhD Students).
Credits: 4
Prerequisites: None
TBIO-535-10 Tumor Biology II: Cancer Pharmacology I
Spring for 2016-2017
Faculty:
Provides a second core course for the Tumor Biology Program with an overview of fundamentals of pharmacology as applied to cancer therapy. Mechanisms of action and resistance to chemotherapeutic, antihormonal, biological response modifiers, and new experimental drugs will be emphasized. (Section 10 runs the first half of the semester, and is the minimum requirement for Tumor Biology MS Students).
Credits: 2
Prerequisites: None
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