CHE 360 - Medicinal Chemistry

Description
This course emphasizes organic chemical principles and reactions vital to drug design and drug action in the human body. Medicinal chemists design molecules that alter phenomena operating at the overlap of chemistry, biochemistry, cell biology, and pharmacology. This course introduces the conceptual frameworks and methods employed in drug development using case histories and mechanisms of clinically important drugs as illustrative examples. Enrollment Requirements: CHE 234 or CHE238 are prerequisites for this course.
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Fall 2018
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