Attempting to find new drug treatments central nervous system (CNS) diseases is a major global priority. This requires a collaboration between pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and academic institutions. It involves: The identification of drug targets in the CNS disease state of interest Discovery and preclinical profiling of substances acting on this drug target The clinical evaluation for efficacy and safety.The Discipline of Pharmacology and Therapeutics has been actively engaged in neuropharmacological research for over 30 years. In 1998, the MSc in Neuropharmacology was introduced to provide students with the skills necessary to develop a career in important area of research.Programme outcomes include:Demonstrating a detailed knowledge of the principles and concepts of neuropharmacologyDemonstrating an in-depth knowledge of the recent developments and applications in the field of neuropharmacologyDemonstrating a high-skill level in a wide range of laboratory skills for neuropharmacological investigationsCommunicating experimental findings in neuropharmacology effectively, using a variety of verbal, written and visual meansDesigning, conducting, analysing and presenting their original laboratory‐based research.
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Rolling Deadline; Minimum H2.2 degree GPA equivalency