Pharmacology of Traditional Chinese Medicine is the study of the interaction of herb-related drugs with living organisms under the guidance of the basic theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine and with the aid of modern technology. Based on the updated research achievements, the course explores the actions, related mechanisms, and active components of herbal medicine. Students are required to master the modern scientific connotations concerning the effects and the main indications of Chinese Medicine. They learn basic knowledge and principles that are likely to be drawn upon during research and clinical work.
Prerequisites: BMS201/202, CBOT331, CBOT332, CBOT333, OM201/202 Semester: Winter Credits: 3 Hours: 45