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IPPH Graduate Program - Courses

IPPH 56200Introduction To Pharmaceutical Manufacturing ProcessesFall4
 A course intended to provide the student with basic understanding of both the theoretical and practical aspects of pharmaceutical manufacturing by combining a thorough classroom treatment of the underlying principles of each pharmaceutical unit operation with hands-on execution of these activities in the laboratory. Permission of instructor required.
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IPPH 58000Physical Chemical PrinciplesFall3
 Applications of physical chemical principles to pharmaceutical systems.
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IPPH 58300Advanced BiopharmaceuticsSpring3
 A comprehensive course dealing with the interaction of biological and physico-chemical considerations relating to drug effectiveness and dosage form design.
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IPPH 58700Pharmaceutical Solids 2
 Provides students with the ability to identify and characterize polymorphs and hydrates and to understand their behavior in the presence of water. Both classical methods and new techniques for the study of pharmaceutical solids and their interaction with water are included. Scientific principles are blended with practical examples to provide a conceptual basis for understanding particular problems.
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IPPH 69000Special Problems 0-6
 Individual research topics selected from the areas of industrial pharmacy, physical pharmacy, or biopharmaceutics.
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IPPH 69600Seminar in Industrial and Physical PharmacyFall, Spring1
 Discussion of recent research developments in physical pharmacy, industrial pharmacy, and biopharmaceutics related to the physico-chemical properties, availability, effectiveness, and safety of drugs and drug products. Topics are presented by staff, students, and invited speakers.
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IPPH 69900Research PhD ThesisAll1-12
 No description available
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