Pharmacology and toxicology are sciences that study the mechanisms of mutual interactions of substances and medicinal preparations with biologic systems and observe their both favourable and adverse impact on the organism. The final goal is the use of this knowledge in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of human and veterinary conditions.
A great advantage of the study of pharmacology and toxicology is the close interconnection of the theoretic field with all clinical specialties that perform therapy, prevention and diagnosis. The study programme in Pharmacology and Toxicology is therefore suitable not only for those interested in experimental research but also for those seeking their prospective careers in clinical work. The main bias of the study programme, nevertheless, is experimental, at both the pre-clinical and clinical level.
The goal of the doctoral programme Pharmacology and Toxicology is training specialists with deep knowledge in the areas of clinical as well experimental pharmacology and toxicology. This envelops knowledge of wide areas of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, effects and toxicity of medications, including the knowledge of properties of particular forms of medicinal preparations.
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