Mar 31, 2023  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

PHS 642 - Seminar in Pharmaceutical Sciences II

This weekly seminar will bring external experts to campus to educate trainees in different areas of biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences, such as biopharmaceutical research; pharmaceutical design, processing, and manufacturing; ethical issues related to drug development; and regulatory processes to ensure efficacy and safety. This course will be designed for MSPS trainees, but will be available to all Chapman graduate students with the appropriate interests and backgrounds. Trainees will select three presentations given throughout the semester and submit five-page papers that include a summary of the topic, the technical specifications and challenges, the opportunities for further development (e.g. commercialization), and the potential ethical and regulatory dilemmas addressed by or arising from the topic. Enrollment will be required each year for all MSPS trainees, but credit will only be given for their first time taking the course. PHS 642 and PHS 793  share class lectures and are held together. (Offered as needed.) 1 credit