Program Learning Outcomes
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1- Graduates implement their skills, obtained after completing Phd program in pharmacology, in all areas of pharmacology within related laws, regulations, legislation, professional core values and code of ethics.
2- Graduates have advanced knowledge in academic pharmacology.
3- Graduates have ability to practice about the experimental methods using in pharmacology.
4- Graduates use and know measurement, assessment and biostatistical methods using in the field of pharmacology.
5- Graduates have the ability to do research and sufficient knowledge in pharmacology of autonomic nervous system, central nervous system pharmacology, the endocrine system and otokoids.
6- Graduates have sufficient knowledge about pharmacology of organ systems (cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, renal, skeletal / heart / smooth muscle).
7- Graduates have sufficient practicing skills about pharmacology of organ systems (cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, renal, skeletal / heart / smooth muscle).
8- Graduates have enough information about chemotherapeutics and anticancer drugs.
9- Graduates have knowledge about specific areas in pharmacology (proteomics, pharmacogenetics, chronopharmacology, pharmacoeconomics, drug utilization, the pharmacoepidemiology etc.).
10- Graduates follow national and international literature and current developments.
11- Graduates know the project preparation techniques, scientific presentations and writing techniques and can make national / internationa presentations and give seminars.
12- Graduates have skills about planing in-vivo and in vitro studies in designing animal disease models, researching pathophysiological mechanism, finding new drug targets, effects, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and mechanism of action of the drug candidate molecules, and signal transduction systems.
13- Graduates have sufficient knowledge and practicing skills about isolated tissue and organ assays, cell culture assays and molecular pharmacology studies.
14- Graduates have enough information about pharmaceutical research and development, drug screening methods, obtaining patents, clinical drug research, regulatory affairs, data protection, pharmacovigilance and drug interactions.