Our course provides an overview of pharmacokinetics with emphasis on practical implications for the clinician, including bioavailability, bioequivalence, residues in food of animal origin, dosage forms and regimens, therapeutic drug monitoring, drug interactions, interspecies differences, and the effect of disease on the pharmacokinetics of drugs. It is delivered online in the form of recorded lectures, transcripts and regular assignments. Teleconferences between the instructors and students are held regularly. Students are also encouraged to interact with the instructors through e-mail and discussion boards.
Both the instructors are veterinarians with specialized training in clinical pharmacology. Between them, they have a wealth of experience in the design, conduct and analysis of pharmacokinetic studies in a variety of different animal species. Please visit their individual faculty websites to learn more about their research interests and publications.
To register for Clinical Pharmacokinetics, go to Division of Continuing Education.