A Guide to training programs in clinical pharmacology
Peterson's Guides, 1978 - Medical - 155 pages
Descriptions of 54 American and Canadian programs available to physicians interested in clinical pharmacology and, specifically, in testing drugs on humans. Alphabetical arrangement by institutions. Entry gives such information as the program director, application procedures, training support, and descriptions of the program and the clinical and research facilities. Institution index.
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adverse drug reactions affiliated analgesics antihypertensive APPLICATION PROCEDURES Applicants areas Assistant Professor Associate Professor chemotherapy Clin CLINICAL AND RESEARCH clinical phar clinical pharmacology clinical pharmacology program clinical pharmacology training College of Medicine currently Department of Medicine Department of Pharmacology disease Division of Clinical drug metabolism enrolled EXPENSES AND ACCOMMODATIONS FACULTY AND RESEARCH faculty members fellows graduate Harvard Medical School Hematology hypertension INQUIRIES Dr laboratory Leigh Thompson ln addition lnstitutes of Health M.D. degree macokinetics macologists macology Medical Center Medical College Medical School Medical Sciences Medicine and Pharmacology Montreal General Hospital National lnstitute Pediatrics Ph.D pharmacokinetics Pharmacol Pharmacology and Medicine Professor of Medicine Professor of Pharmacology PROGRAM DIRECTOR Dr Psychiatry psychopharmacology REPRESENTATIVE CAREER CHOICES RESEARCH FACILITIES School of Medicine SELECTED STAFF PUBLICATIONS sity STAFF AND STUDENT stipends STUDENT GROUP studies teaching theophylline Ther Therapeutics toxicology TRAINING SUPPORT tuition Univer University School Veterans Administration Veterans Administration Hospital