Unit

School Of Science

Drug Biotransformation and Molecular Mechanisms of ToxicityWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 301139.2

Discipline: FORENSIC SCIENCE

Student Contribution Band: 2

Level: 7

Credit Points: 10

Co ordinator
Chris Lennard


Prerequisite
301135 General Toxicology

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Students must be enrolled in 3741 Master of Forensic Science, 3742 Graduate Diploma in Forensic Science or 3743 Graduate Certificate in Forensic Science.


Teaching Periods

PeriodOffered  Campus  Contact
2021 Uni of Florida Term 3  Yes  Online - ONLINE  Chris Lennard  Timetable not available   Print Unit Outline*
2022 Uni of Florida Term 1  Yes  Online - ONLINE  Chris Lennard  Timetable not available  
2022 Uni of Florida Term 3  Yes  Online - ONLINE  Chris Lennard  Timetable not available  

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About this Unit
This unit provides a strong conceptual foundation of enzymology and mechanisms of drug biotransformation pathways. As a foundation for learning we will provide examples of drugs and other xenobiotics that exhibit toxicity related to biotransformation. This unit is taught by the University of Florida as part of a collaborative venture between the University of Florida and Western Sydney University. Note: Further information on this unit is available from the University of Florida.


Courses
3741.1Master of Forensic ScienceCONTINUING
3741.2Master of Forensic ScienceCURRENT
3742.1Graduate Diploma in Forensic ScienceCONTINUING
3742.2Graduate Diploma in Forensic ScienceCURRENT
3743.1Graduate Certificate in Forensic ScienceCONTINUING
3743.2Graduate Certificate in Forensic ScienceCURRENT




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