PHM 840 - Safety Pharmacology*
Systems study of current experimental models, risk assessment, and regulatory guidelines for evaluating drug candidates for pharmacologic effects unrelated to therapeutic effects.
- In vivo and in vitro experimental models
- Data analysis and risk assessment using case studies
- Animal welfare concerns
- Regulatory guidelines of the United States, European Union and Japan
- Overview of the processes and procedures of safety pharmacology
PHM 450 and PHM 819 recommended. Anatomy and/or physiology is helpful although cardiovascular, gastrointestinal and central nervous system physiology are overviewed in class.
No textbook required; electronic materials utilized.
Dr. Jane Maddox is the Co-Director of the online MS program in Pharmacology & Toxicology. She received her DVM from Michigan State University. Following a few years of private practice, she earned her PhD in Pathobiology from Pennsylvania State University and held a postdoctoral position at Harvard. Her research interests include inflammation and mechanisms of druginduced liver injury
- MS/Pharmacology & Toxicology
- MS/Integrative Pharmacology
- Grad Cert/ SafetyPhm
- 730 MSU program Students
- 731 Lifelong In-State
- 732 Lifelong Out-State