PHM 910, Section 301 - "Computational Modeling"


This course is designed to provide an introduction to the use of modeling and simulation in drug discovery and development.  It is intended to provide the student with a broad overview of the utility and intricacies of modeling. 

This is a 1 credit course comprised of weekly 2 hour sessions for a total of 8 weeks.  Sessions begin January 22nd.  Lectures will be provided by Dr. Derek Leishman, other Drug Discovery and Development scientists from Eli Lilly and Co. and MSU faculty. 

This course is offered Credit/No Credit and the course requires a minimum of 10 students enroll and will be limited to 12 students. To enroll, please contact the student office (884-0409 or

Recommended Background

No specific course requirements or background required

Recommended Textbooks

No textbooks required; electronic materials utilized.


Instructors include Drug Discovery and Development scientists from Eli Lilly Co. and MSU faculty with expertise in building and applying models.

Spring 2018 offering only (at this time)



Sections available

Course flyer (.pdf file) is available.