Our online program is tailored to allow students the opportunity to enhance their education in pharmacometrics while balancing work, life and school. Learn more about the courses we offer for Online Pharmaceutics below.
Serves as a broad overview of applying modeling and simulation strategies to improve drug development decision-making and trial designs.
Focused on general principles of drug pharmacology. Major topics are principles of drug pharmacokinetics (PK) (including drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination, ADME) and pharmacodynamics and the interpretation of pharmacology in a quantitative fashion.
Introduction to Physiologically-Based Modeling is a 3-credit course that provides students and trainees with the theoretical concepts as well as hands-on applications in physiologically-based modeling and its use in drug development and regulatory evaluation with focus on physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling.
Consists of content presented at the UF Precision Medicine Conference. The seminar brings together precision medicine experts to provide the latest information and implications of discovery, trends, technologies, and clinical applications of genomic/genetic data. Although the graduate course and conference have separate components, students are welcome to attend the conference live.
Designed to provide students an overview of drug discovery, development, approval, marketing, regulation, and use in the United States. This course is designed to show how all the pieces of the “U.S. medication system” fit together. This high-level overview will focus on before a drug is marketed and will provide participants with a basic understanding of topics ranging from drug discovery to development.
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