Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Sciences – An Integrated Approach

Introduction to the pharmaceutical sciences an integrated approach free download Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Sciences – An Integrated Approach is an introductory book that provides a simple, integrated, and coherent overview of pharmaceutical science concepts for the beginner or nonspecialist. Pharmaceutical scientists in drug discovery and development must have a broad understanding of the field as they participate in interdisciplinary project teams. The target audiences are first-year pharmacy students, junior-level science undergraduates, and other scientists new to the pharmaceutical field.

For a pharmacy student, an understanding of the basic concepts in this book will be followed by courses in pharmacology, pharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, and medicinal chemistry. For graduate students, this book will provide a broad context in which to study and investigate problems in their chosen pharmaceutical specialty. Although this book is written as a text, it will be valuable to scientists new to the pharmaceutical industry who need a simple overview of the pharmaceutical sciences.

Metadata of Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Sciences – An Integrated Approach

Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 001
Author: Pandit, Nita K and Soltis, Robert
Year: 2011
Title: Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Sciences
Place Published: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Number of Pages: 375
Edition: 2nd
Short Title: Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Sciences
ISBN: 0781744784

Citation in NLM style:

Pandit NK, Soltis R. Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2nd ed. Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2011. 375 p. (Free Download Here)

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