Phcg 450: Career/Achievements in BMS: Nat.Prod.Res
This course explores a wide variety of biomolecular research areas, with
emphasis on academic scientists and their research that falls under the
umbrella of natural product science. The course includes an overview of
the critical contributions of important scientists to drug discovery,
chemical ecology, chemical genomics, biosynthesis, and the future
potential of natural products. Insights into emerging opportunities in
the field are examined and discussed.
- Pre-requisite: Pharmacy PY1 or PY2
- Lecture: Lecture for Phcg 450
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