Undergraduate Programs

School of Pharmacy

Major

  • Major of Pharmacy
  • Major of Industrial Pharmacy

Introduction

The educational goal of the College of Pharmacy is to foster outstanding pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists who are able to serve in the following fields:

  • - Pharmaceutical health care in hospitals and community pharmacy
  • - Discovery, development and evaluation of new medicine and drug delivery systems, optimization of safe and effective drug use, and improvement of pharmaceutical services through pharmaceutical care delivery.
  • - Development and dissemination of new advances in pharmaceutical science and technology.

To achieve above goals, the Faculty of Pharmacy helps students acquire the followings:

  • - Clinical skills and knowledge for appropriate administration of drugs for preventing, diagnosing and treating human diseases
  • - Research skills and knowledge for developing new drugs for human health

HISTORY

  • April 1955: Opened the Department of Pharmacy and the first enrollment of students (maximum capacity of 40)
  • April 1960: Opened master degree courses in the Department of Pharmacy
  • March 1967: Opened the Department of Industrial Pharmacy
  • March 1969: Opened Ph. D. courses in the Department of Pharmacy
  • March 1972: Opened Herb Garden
  • September 1990: Opened the Research Institute for Drug Research
  • September 1994: Department of Industrial Pharmacy merged to the Department of Pharmacy
  • March 1996: Changed name of the Department of Pharmacy to the Faculty of Pharmacy and designated as a Key Department by the University
  • March 1998: Designated as outstanding department by the Korean Council for University Education
  • March 2004: Opened the Graduate School of Clinical Pharmacy
  • March 2006: Designated as the Outstanding Department by the Korean Council for University
  • March 2011: Implementation of 6-year Pharmacy education

JOB FIELDS

Pharmacist at local pharmacies and hospitals, research institutes, pharmaceutical companies, Ministry of Health, Welfare and Family, KFDA, Ministry of Environment, and universities

CURRICULUM

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3 CURRICULUM
3-1
FUNCTIONAL HEALTH FOODS
World Health Organization defined that health is the state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. The third function of foods as biological modulators would be one of the best ways for maintaining human health. In this lecture, a variety of functional health foods for various diseases will be mentioned with their mechanisms of actions, essential to pharmacists.
3-1
DRUG INFORMATION AND STATISTICS
3-1
INORGANIC AND RADIO-LABELED MEDICINES
3-1
BIOTECHNOLOGY IN PHARMACY
Biotechnology is the applied science of using living organisms and their by-products for commercial development. It has grown and evolved to such an extent over the past few years that increasing numbers of professional work in areas directly impacted by it.
3-1
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I
It covers the exploration of the structure and function of each type of cells, then, extends the study on cell cycle, membrane potential and neurons and finally to nervous system and special sense organs. The understanding of the structure in conjunction with function of each organ and systems will solidify one's ground in the study of pathophysiology of disease.
3-1
ORGANIC PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
The course deals with carbonyls, amines, and heterocycles focusing on their physicochemical properties, synthetic methods, and reactivities, which is essential for understanding activity and toxicity of pharmaceuticals and for new drug development.
3-1
PHYSICAL PHARMACY Ⅰ
Physical chemical properties of drugs; theory and practice applicable to design and evaluation of drug dosage forms; electrolytes, ionic equilibria, solubility and solution, diffusion theory, drug release and dissolution.
3-1
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
For the comprehension of biology and genetics in the living organisms, the structure as well as the function of genome and genes will be taught at a molecular level, and further heredity of genetic materials from generation to generation and its related genetic diseases will be also introduced.
3-1
PHARMACOGNOSY I
"Pharmacognosy" derives from two Greek words, "pharmakon"or drug, and "gnosis" or knowledge. Pharmacognosy is defined as the study of bioactive natural products (plants, animals, minerals, microorganisms, marine natural products, and their metabolites). To broaden our knowledge of pharmacognosy, this course deals with the origin, culture, formulation, identification, evaluation, storage, effect, and bioactive compounds of natural products (General, Radix, and Rhizoma).
3-1
PHARMACEUTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY I
Living organism, and even in the cells of which they are composed, are enormously complex and diverse. Nevertheless, certain unifying features are common to all things that live. All make use of the same types of biomolecules, and all use energy. This subject deal with component of cells, especially protein, enzymes, cell membrane.
3-1
PHARMACEUTICAL BIOLOGY OF MICROORGANISMS
Throughout the lecture focussed on the microbial morphology, physiology, biochemistry and genetics, the basic concepts for the essence of life wi11 be introduced, and further the basic knowledge for taxonomic characteristics of microbial groups will be taught which is required for understanding the main principles in the treatment and prevention of pathogenic microorganisms.
3-2
ENDOCRINOLOGY
This subject deals with general classes of chemical messengers and other cellular regulators (steroid and peptide hormones, neurohormones, growth factors, eicosanoids), and discussed with the cellular synthesis of chemical messengers and secretion, delivery, and metabolism. And deals with physiological function and regulation mechanism of various hormones.
3-2
PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY
3-2
CELL BIOLOGY
The basic unit of living things in our planet, except virus, are expressed as a cell which can replicate itself and synthesize chemicals for life maintenance. The class ‘cell biology’ extensively studies the function of cellular compartments such as ER and mitochondria, cell division, cell-cell communication and proliferation of abnormal cells.
3-2
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II
Students will learn the structure and function of human body systems such as cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, endocrine, and reproductive systems, and be able to apply and comprehend interrelated body functions. Especially, this course aims that student can get a solid foundation for the next advanced courses such as pathophysiology and pharmacology, and apply the knowledge from this course to the clinical practice.
3-2
SYNTHETIC PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY I
Synthetic Pharmaceutical Chemistry I covers the reaction mechanisms and experimental skills for basic organic reactions and helps to cultivate application ability towards the synthesis of various organic compounds, drugs as well as new compounds designed for specific purposes.
3-2
PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS
This course focuses on qualitative and quantitative analyses of pharmaceuticals based on principles of statistics for experimental data, chemical equilibrium, acid-base, precipitation, complex formation, and oxidation-reduction.
3-2
PHYSICAL PHARMACY Ⅱ
Physical chemical properties of drugs; theory and practice applicable to design and evaluation of drug dosage forms; chemical kinetics and stability, interfacial phenomena, colloidal dispersion, coarse dispersion, micrometrics, rheology, oral solid dosage forms.
3-2
INSTRUMENTAL PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS I
Principles of both chromatographies and spectroscopies such as TLC, HPLC, GC, UV, and IR, and their applications to drug analyses will be discussed.
3-2
PHARMACOGNOSY II
"Pharmacognosy" derives from two Greek words, "pharmakon"or drug, and "gnosis" or knowledge. Pharmacognosy is defined as the study of bioactive natural products (plants, animals, minerals, microorganisms, marine natural products, and their metabolites). To broaden our knowledge of pharmacognosy, this course deals with the origin, culture, formulation, identification, evaluation, storage, effect, and bioactive compounds of natural products (Semen, Fructus, Herba, Folium, Cortex, Flos, Lignum, Resina?Extracta?Latex, Cryptogamae, Animalis).
3-2
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY I
This course will focus on the understanding of pathogenesis at the cellular level, which will promote the ability of new drug development based on the targeting of disease-related signaling molecules and their pathway. This will enhance and provide student with power of understanding the underlying mechanism of various disease and the way to approach to the research on drug development.
3-2
PHARMACY LABORATORY Ⅰ
This course is designed to unite the theory and practice of the biochemistry, microbiology, organic pharmaceutical chemistry, and analytical chemistry. Emphasis is placed on the development of principles of various techniques and participation in laboratory experiments in these fields.
3-2
PHARMACEUTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY II
Living organism, and even in the cells of which they are composed, are enormously complex and diverse. Nevertheless, certain unifying features are common to all things that live. All make use of the same types of biomolecules, and all use energy. This subject deal with component of cells, especially nucleic acid, and metabolism of high molecules.
4 CURRICULUM
4-1
IMMUNOLOGY
Immunology is the study of how the body responds to foreign substances and how the body can discriminate between self and nonself. This course will focus on the understanding of the molecules, cells, and organs of the human body that participate in immune responses. This will help students understand the immune system in states of both health and disease, malfunctions of the immune system in immunological disorders.
4-1
ORIENTAL MEDICINE
Advances in the basic knowledge on the clinical application of oriental medicine through study on the etiology and therapy of a disease based on the fundamental principles of oriental medicine. Furthermore, increase in our ability to develop a new natural(herbal) medicine through a rational link to modern medicine.
4-1
PHARMACEUTICAL PHARMACY Ⅰ
This course introduces the student to modern pharmaceutical dosage forms and other novel approaches to the delivery of drugs in the human body. In each case, the basic principles underlying the type of dosage form will be reviewed. Relevant aspects of the formulation, manufacturing, stability and dispensing of these dosage forms will be presented with reference to appropriate commercial products wherever possible. Th study and application of the physicochemical principles that are necessary for the design, development and preparation of pharmaceutical dosage forms will also be covered.
4-1
SYNTHETIC PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY II
Synthetic Pharmaceutical Chemistry II covers the structure, physicochemical properties, history of development, synthetic methods as well as chemical process for manufacturing the drugs and thus helps to cultivate the knowledges and skills for synthesizing drugs in clinical use.
4-1
PREVENTIVE PHARMACY Ⅰ
Preventive pharmacy mainly deals with the effects of foods, pharmaceuticals and environmental factors on human health not only for preventing related diseases but also improving human health. It is essential for pharmacists to have comprehensive knowledges on surrounding factors related with human health for participating as a member of the comprehensive health care team. For this particular semester, issues on public health, nutrition and food hygiene will be lectured.
4-1
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY Ⅲ
his subject deals with the biochemical principles of the chosen methods are discussed, along with the physiologic and biochemical changes for particular constituents that occur in normal and diseases states. The material on clinical interpretation serves as motivating link between workers and the physicians in their joints efforts in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Thus this knowledge must increase our chances of successful treatment various diseases.
4-1
INSTRUMENTAL PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS II
Principles of spectroscopies such as MS and NMR spectrometry and their applications to drug analyses will be discussed.
4-1
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY II
This course will focus on the structural and functional changes related to various diseases, and thus, clinical symptoms. Understanding of pathogenesis of various disease will lead students to apply the knowledge for the drug development.
4-1
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY Ⅰ
Medicinal Chemistry I covers definition of medicinal chemistry, classification of drugs, relationships of physical properties between pharmaceutical activities, interaction between drugs and receptors, receptor site theory, enzymes and enzyme inhibitors, metabolism, prodrugs, and understanding of mechanism of action of drugs. The basic concept is studied for the mechanism of drug action, drug metabolism, structure activity relationship of drugs, and drug development.
4-1
PHARMACOLOGY II
This course discuses the therapeutic drugs for the treatment of various problems in the cardiovascular and central nervous system in terms of their mechanism of action, metabolism, side effects, and clinical uses.
4-1
PHARMACOLOGY I
The course is aimed to introduce students to the basic principles of pharmacology, including the definition of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics, and the knowledge in drug-receptor binding with respect to electrophysiological, biochemical and physiological changes. The major focus of this course is on the introduction of drugs acting on the autonomic nervous system, in particular their mechanism of action, metabolism, adverse effects, and clinical applications.
4-2
BIOPHARMACEUTICAL DRUGS
The manufacturing, purification and formulation processes as well as adminstration strategy of biopharmaceutical drugs for protein therapy, cell therapy, or gene therapy, which is manufactured based on gene recombination or cell fusion technology, will be taught for the basic comprehension of those drugs for industrial pharmacists as well as clinical pharmacists.
4-2
ANTIBIOTICS
The modes of action, antimicrobial spectrum, pharmacodynamic properties, adverse effects and drug interaction of clinically important antibiotics and antimicrobial drugs used for the treatment of a variety of infectious diseases will be lectured in order to get the basic knowledge for industrial pharmacists engaged in antimicrobial manufacturing as well as clinical pharmacists prescribing those agents.
4-2
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
The application of product formulation and evaluation to the compounding and dispensing of medicines. Provide the student with the responsibilities and opportunities for the pharmacist to improve pharmaceutical care through their counselling with patients in the selection of OTC drugs and other health care items. Emphasis on prescription analysis and interpretation; identification and selection of brand-name products and generic equivalents for use in drug therapy; proper use; handling and storage of medications.
4-2
PHARMACEUTICAL PHARMACY Ⅱ
This course is concerned with fundamental properties of pharmaceutical systems. In this course, the student is introduced to interfacial phenomena, rheology, micromeritics and so forth, with particular emphasis on those relevant pharmaceutical systems. This is followed by a consideration of the solid state, which is important because of the large number of solid dosage forms. The basic flow properties of a variety of systems are also discussed together with an introduction to kinetics, particularly as related to the stability of material in the liquid and solid state.
4-2
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY Ⅱ
Drugs are classified by pharmacological effects, and drugs of each groups are studied for the mechanism of actions, potency, pharmacological effects, drug metabolism, physicochemical characteristics, pharmacy dynamics, structure activity relationships, and drug development.
4-2
PREVENTIVE PHARMACY Ⅱ
Preventive pharmacy mainly deals with the effects of foods, pharmaceuticals and environmental factors on human health not only for preventing related diseases but also improving human health. It is essential for pharmacists to have comprehensive knowledges on surrounding factors related with human health for participating as a member of the comprehensive health care team. For this particular semester, issues on chemical-induced toxicity, physical factors, environmental hygiene and industrial hygiene will be lectured.
4-2
NUTRITION AND DIET THERAPY
Pharmacists face acute or chronic disease and its treatment in many settings. In all instances, nutritional care is fundamental because nutrition and disease are closely connected. It supports any medical treatment being given and frequently provides the primary therapy. Pharmacists must have knowledges on nutritional therapy as a member of health care team. In this lecture, drug-nutrient interactions, assessment methods for patient's nutritional needs and a variety of nutritional care for various diseases will be dealt with.
4-2
PHARMACOLOGY Ⅳ
This course is designed to cover the chemotherapeutic drugs for infectious diseases and cancer. Focuses will be on their mechanism of action, metabolism, pharmacokinetic profiles, and clinical applications.
4-2
PHARMACOLOGY Ⅲ
This course is designed to cover the knowledge about drugs for the treatment of problems in various organs including the gastrointestinal, urinary, respiratory, immune, and endocrine systems. Emphasis will be placed on their mechanism of action, pharmacokinetic characteristics such as metabolism, side/toxic effects, and their clinical uses.
4-2
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅰ
Pharmacotherapy 1 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of cardiovascular, pulmonary, and gastrointestinal diseases.
4-2
PHARMACY LABORATORY Ⅱ
This course is designed to unite the theory and practice of the preventive pharmacy, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and medicinal chemistry. Major focus is on the development of principles of various techniques and participation in laboratory experiments in these fields.
4-2
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅱ
Pharmacotherapy 2 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of hepatitis, pancreatitis, renal, endocrinological, and infectious diseases. Medications for the management options related with organ transplantation will also be covered in this class.
5-1
TOXICOLOGY Ⅰ
Toxicology is the science of poisons and has as its focus the study of adverse effects of chemicals on living organisms. This lecture will mention the processes of how chemicals exert their toxic effects to cover principles of toxicology and the underlying molecular events that lead from initial exposure to the chemical to the ultimate manifestation of toxic injury in an organism.
5-1
NATURAL PRODUCTS CHEMISTRY I
Covers the origin, structure determination, isolation and medicinal use of the natural products which are used directly for the treatment of desease and/or used as a lead compounds for the new drug synthesis. Besides, the strategy of natural products screening for the development of new drug will be discussed.
5-1
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY Ⅲ
Drugs are classified by pharmacological effects, and drugs of each groups are studied for the mechanism of actions, potency, pharmacological effects, drug metabolism, physicochemical characteristics, pharmacy dynamics, structure activity relationships, and drug development.
5-1
PHARMACOECONOMICS
Pharmacoeconomics class teaches economical aspect of medications used for the treatment of various diseases.
5-1
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅵ
Pharmacotherapy 6 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of various anemias, clotting disorders, hematological malignancies, breast cancer, lung cancer, colorectal cancer.
5-1
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅴ
Pharmacotherapy 5 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of cerebral diseases, pain management, headache and migraine, and various psychiatric diseases.
5-1
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅳ
Pharmacotherapy 4 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of atrial fibrillation, supraventricular and ventricular arrythmias, thrombosis-related diseases, Parkinson's disease, and seizures.
5-1
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅲ
Pharmacotherapy 3 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of complicated cardiovascular and endocrinological diseases. Nutrition support for these special population will also be covered in this class.
5-1
DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM Ⅰ
This course will provide students with the ability to optimize efficacy, stability and patient compliance of dosage form. The fundamental background necessary for application of physicochemical principles important to characterization, development, evaluation, and preparation of novel drug delivery systems will be covered.
5-1
DRUG INTERACTION
Introduces the students with the basic principles of dug-interaction and their properties that affect drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion in human body. Familiarizes the student with the responsibilities and opportunities for the pharmacist to improve health car through their experience and acquirement of knowledge on drug interaction.
5-1
MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION
Medication Administration class teaches, but not limited to, drug approval administration and healthcare insurance administration.
5-1
BIOPHARMACEUTICS Ⅰ
A study of the basic principles of pharmacokinetics and physiological basis for drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion; use of mathematical principles and equations to describe these processes as well as rational design dosage regimens for individual patients. Elementary compartmental modeling, mechanism of drug absorption, mechanism of renal clearance, multiple dosage regimens, nonlinear pharmacokinetics and assessment of drug bioavailability are discussed.
5-1
PHARMACY LABORATORY Ⅲ
This course is designed to unite the theory and practice of the pharmacognosy, natural products chemistry, and pharmaeutical sciences. Major focus is on the development of principles of various techniques and participation in laboratory experiments in these fields.
5-2
TOXICOLOGY Ⅱ
Toxicology is the science of poisons and has as its focus the study of adverse effects of chemicals on living organisms. This lecture will mention the basic processes of how to manage patients poisoned by not only pharmaceuticals but also all kinds of toxins in home, work place and environment.
5-2
PHARMACEUTICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND ETHICS
5-2
NATURAL PRODUCTS CHEMISTRY II
Cover the origing, structure determination, distribution, isolation and medicinal use of the natural products which are used directly for the treatment of disease and/or used as a lead compounds for the new drug synthesis. Besides, the strategy of natural products screening for the development of new drug will be discussed.
5-2
CLINICAL PHARMACOKINETICS
This subject aims to study drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion in patients and/or healthy subjects based on the pharmacokinetic knowledge. In particular, drugs which has a narrow therapeutic margin are mainly focused to build an optimal dosing regimens, and population pharmacokinetic approaches are dealt with considering the characteristics of each patient such as, demographic data, blood chemistry, hematology, and concurrent medications, etc. Students are taught about some basic strategies of modeling and simulation technique, and therapeutic drug monitoring of over 10 drugs which has been widely used in hospitals.
5-2
LAB INTERPRETATION
In the Lab Interpretation class, students learn how to read the lab data and to find out the most appropriate pharmaceutical treatment option based upon the data. The class will deal with, but not limited to, general chemistry, hematology, endocrinology, and microbiology. Students will be able to get an ability to find a disease from the lab data or, inversely, recommend which lab is needed for the identification of the suspicious disease to physicians and patients.
5-2
DRUG USE REVIEW
Drug Use Review class teaches ways to maximize usefulness of medication and to minimize adverse events associated with medication use. This class will also cover ways to keep healthcare insurance sustainable system through cost containment.
5-2
PHARMACOPOEIA
Introduce general notes, physical tests, and official monographs concerning drugs.
5-2
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅷ
Pharmacotherapy 8 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of prostate diseases, bladder diseases, irritable bowel disease, cirrhosis, gynecological diseases, and ophthalmological diseases such as glaucoma and cataract.
5-2
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅶ
Pharmacotherapy 7 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of lymphomas, leukemias, prostate cancer, ovary cancer, stomach cancer, cervical cancer, septic shock, invasive fungal infections, and HIV-infection.
5-2
PHARMACOGENOMICS
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the principles and applications of human genetics and genomics in drug therapy. In particular, students will be introduced by specific examples showing the relevance of pharmacogenomics of drugs targets and metabolizing enzymes, and therapeutics optimization.
5-2
COMMUNICATION SKILL
Educating pharmacists to be able to communicate with patients, health care specialists in other fields, health policy experts.
5-2
BIOPHARMACEUTICS Ⅱ
A study of the basic principles of pharmacokinetics and their application to the rational design of both dosage forms and dosing regimens, optimizing the latter to further the likelihood of safe effective drug therapy in a variety of clinical situations. A study of factors influencing the absorption, distribution, excretion and metabolism of drugs in man and the role these processes play in the therapeutic effects of dugs. Distribution of drugs, hepatic elimination, biopharmaceutic considerations in drug product design, bioequivalence, and dose adjustment in renal and hepatic diseases are also discussed in this course.
5-2
INTRODUCTORY PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
This subject is an introductory course which is performed in College of Pharmacy for Pharmacy practice experiences in hospital, community pharmacy, industry and government office, etc. This course includes basic attitude and ethics as a pharmacist, and basic clinical practices such as drug dispensing, patients education, preparation of injection in hospital and community pharmacy. In addition, drug information and a strategy to prevent medication error are taught, and preliminary works are included in pharmaceutical industries and government administration.
6-1
COMMUNITY PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
Community Pharmacy Practice Experience aims to study the practical task at community pharmacy as a community pharmacist. Overall work will be experienced on-site, e.g., review of prescription, dispensing & consulting, handling of over-the-counter, narcotic and psychotropic drugs, health insurance request, management of pharmacy, role of pharmacist at a local community, etc. as a pre-pharmacist. This subject will be performed under the guidance of a preceptor and a professor who are responsible for this work.
6-1
PHARMACEUTICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
Pharmaceutical Practice Experience aims to study the practical task at a facility which is equipped pharmaceutical manufacturing systems. Overall work will be experienced on-site, e.g., production, management and distribution of medicines, as a pre-pharmacist. Administrative work will be experienced at Korea Food and Drug Administration and/or Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service, etc. This subject will be performed under the guidance of a preceptor and a professor who are responsible for this work.
6-1
HOSPITAL PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience aims to study the practical task at hospital pharmacy as a hospital pharmacist. Overall work will be experienced on-site, e.g., review of prescription, dispensing & consulting, handling of narcotic and psychotropic drugs, management of hospital pharmacy, role of pharmacist at a hospital pharmacy, etc. as a pre-pharmacist. This subject will be performed under the guidance of a preceptor and a professor who are responsible for this work.
6-1
RESEARCH PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
Research Practice Experience aims to study the practical task at research institutions. Overall work concerning research and drug development will be experienced on-site, e.g., study protocol, research, handling of raw data, report, etc. as a pre-pharmacist. This subject will be performed under the guidance of a preceptor and a professor who are responsible for this work.
6-2
ADVANCED PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
One of subjects which were performed in Mandatory Pharmacy Practice Experience will be selected to conduct more advanced pharmacy practical experiences. This subject will be performed under the guidance of a preceptor and a professor who are responsible for this work.
3 CURRICULUM
3-1
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
For the comprehension of biology and genetics in the living organisms, the structure as well as the function of genome and genes will be taught at a molecular level, and further heredity of genetic materials from generation to generation and its related genetic diseases will be also introduced.
3-1
DRUG INFORMATION AND BIOSTATISTICS
3-1
INORGANIC AND RADIO-LABELED MEDICINES
3-1
BIOTECHNOLOGY IN PHARMACY
Biotechnology is the applied science of using living organisms and their by-products for commercial development. It has grown and evolved to such an extent over the past few years that increasing numbers of professional work in areas directly impacted by it.
3-1
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I
It covers the exploration of the structure and function of each type of cells, then, extends the study on cell cycle, membrane potential and neurons and finally to nervous system and special sense organs. The understanding of the structure in conjunction with function of each organ and systems will solidify one's ground in the study of pathophysiology of disease.
3-1
ORGANIC PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
The course deals with carbonyls, amines, and heterocycles focusing on their physicochemical properties, synthetic methods, and reactivities, which is essential for understanding activity and toxicity of pharmaceuticals and for new drug development.
3-1
PHYSICAL PHARMACY Ⅰ
Physical chemical properties of drugs; theory and practice applicable to design and evaluation of drug dosage forms; electrolytes, ionic equilibria, solubility and solution, diffusion theory, drug release and dissolution.
3-1
PHARMACEUTICAL RESOURCES
Subjects on the species, distribution, medicinal use, chemical constituents, and biological activity of the pharmaceutical resources used for the treatment of disease will be discussed.
3-1
PHARMACOGNOSY I
"Pharmacognosy" derives from two Greek words, "pharmakon"or drug, and "gnosis" or knowledge. Pharmacognosy is defined as the study of bioactive natural products (plants, animals, minerals, microorganisms, marine natural products, and their metabolites). To broaden our knowledge of pharmacognosy, this course deals with the origin, culture, formulation, identification, evaluation, storage, effect, and bioactive compounds of natural products (General, Radix, and Rhizoma).
3-1
PHARMACEUTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY I
Living organism, and even in the cells of which they are composed, are enormously complex and diverse. Nevertheless, certain unifying features are common to all things that live. All make use of the same types of biomolecules, and all use energy. This subject deal with component of cells, especially protein, enzymes, cell membrane.
3-1
PHARMACEUTICAL BIOLOGY OF MICROORGANISMS
Throughout the lecture focussed on the microbial morphology, physiology, biochemistry and genetics, the basic concepts for the essence of life wi11 be introduced, and further the basic knowledge for taxonomic characteristics of microbial groups will be taught which is required for understanding the main principles in the treatment and prevention of pathogenic microorganisms.
3-2
ENDOCRINOLOGY
This subject deals with general classes of chemical messengers and other cellular regulators (steroid and peptide hormones, neurohormones, growth factors, eicosanoids), and discussed with the cellular synthesis of chemical messengers and secretion, delivery, and metabolism. And deals with physiological function and regulation mechanism of various hormones.
3-2
PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY
3-2
CELL BIOLOGY
The basic unit of living things in our planet, except virus, are expressed as a cell which can replicate itself and synthesize chemicals for life maintenance. The class ‘cell biology’ extensively studies the function of cellular compartments such as ER and mitochondria, cell division, cell-cell communication and proliferation of abnormal cells.
3-2
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II
Students will learn the structure and function of human body systems such as cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, endocrine, and reproductive systems, and be able to apply and comprehend interrelated body functions. Especially, this course aims that student can get a solid foundation for the next advanced courses such as pathophysiology and pharmacology, and apply the knowledge from this course to the clinical practice.
3-2
SYNTHETIC PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY I
Synthetic Pharmaceutical Chemistry I covers the reaction mechanisms and experimental skills for basic organic reactions and helps to cultivate application ability towards the synthesis of various organic compounds, drugs as well as new compounds designed for specific purposes.
3-2
PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS
This course focuses on qualitative and quantitative analyses of pharmaceuticals based on principles of statistics for experimental data, chemical equilibrium, acid-base, precipitation, complex formation, and oxidation-reduction.
3-2
PHYSICAL PHARMACY Ⅱ
Physical chemical properties of drugs; theory and practice applicable to design and evaluation of drug dosage forms; chemical kinetics and stability, interfacial phenomena, colloidal dispersion, coarse dispersion, micrometrics, rheology, oral solid dosage forms.
3-2
INSTRUMENTAL PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS I
Principles of both chromatographies and spectroscopies such as TLC, HPLC, GC, UV, and IR, and their applications to drug analyses will be discussed.
3-2
PHARMACOGNOSY II
"Pharmacognosy" derives from two Greek words, "pharmakon"or drug, and "gnosis" or knowledge. Pharmacognosy is defined as the study of bioactive natural products (plants, animals, minerals, microorganisms, marine natural products, and their metabolites). To broaden our knowledge of pharmacognosy, this course deals with the origin, culture, formulation, identification, evaluation, storage, effect, and bioactive compounds of natural products (Semen, Fructus, Herba, Folium, Cortex, Flos, Lignum, Resina?Extracta?Latex, Cryptogamae, Animalis).
3-2
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY I
This course will focus on the understanding of pathogenesis at the cellular level, which will promote the ability of new drug development based on the targeting of disease-related signaling molecules and their pathway. This will enhance and provide student with power of understanding the underlying mechanism of various disease and the way to approach to the research on drug development.
3-2
PHARMACY LABORATORY Ⅰ
This course is designed to unite the theory and practice of the biochemistry, microbiology, organic pharmaceutical chemistry, and analytical chemistry. Emphasis is placed on the development of principles of various techniques and participation in laboratory experiments in these fields.
3-2
PHARMACEUTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY II
Living organism, and even in the cells of which they are composed, are enormously complex and diverse. Nevertheless, certain unifying features are common to all things that live. All make use of the same types of biomolecules, and all use energy. This subject deal with component of cells, especially nucleic acid, and metabolism of high molecules.
4 CURRICULUM
4-1
IMMUNOLOGY
Immunology is the study of how the body responds to foreign substances and how the body can discriminate between self and nonself. This course will focus on the understanding of the molecules, cells, and organs of the human body that participate in immune responses. This will help students understand the immune system in states of both health and disease, malfunctions of the immune system in immunological disorders.
4-1
PHARMACEUTICAL PHARMACY Ⅰ
This course introduces the student to modern pharmaceutical dosage forms and other novel approaches to the delivery of drugs in the human body. In each case, the basic principles underlying the type of dosage form will be reviewed. Relevant aspects of the formulation, manufacturing, stability and dispensing of these dosage forms will be presented with reference to appropriate commercial products wherever possible. Th study and application of the physicochemical principles that are necessary for the design, development and preparation of pharmaceutical dosage forms will also be covered.
4-1
SYNTHETIC PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY II
Synthetic Pharmaceutical Chemistry II covers the structure, physicochemical properties, history of development, synthetic methods as well as chemical process for manufacturing the drugs and thus helps to cultivate the knowledges and skills for synthesizing drugs in clinical use.
4-1
PREVENTIVE PHARMACY Ⅰ
Preventive pharmacy mainly deals with the effects of foods, pharmaceuticals and environmental factors on human health not only for preventing related diseases but also improving human health. It is essential for pharmacists to have comprehensive knowledges on surrounding factors related with human health for participating as a member of the comprehensive health care team. For this particular semester, issues on public health, nutrition and food hygiene will be lectured.
4-1
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY Ⅲ
his subject deals with the biochemical principles of the chosen methods are discussed, along with the physiologic and biochemical changes for particular constituents that occur in normal and diseases states. The material on clinical interpretation serves as motivating link between workers and the physicians in their joints efforts in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Thus this knowledge must increase our chances of successful treatment various diseases.
4-1
INSTRUMENTAL PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS II
Principles of spectroscopies such as MS and NMR spectrometry and their applications to drug analyses will be discussed.
4-1
PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
In order to introduce the biotechnology for pharmaceuticals such as antibiotics, immune suppressants and enzyme inhibitors, microbial fermentation technology and animal/plant cell culture technology employed in pharmaceutical industry will be taught. Furthermore basic knowledge for pharmaceutical biotechnology will be acquired by learning microbial breeding techniques and genetic engineering techniques for improving the economic feasibility of biopharmaceutical industry.
4-1
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY II
This course will focus on the structural and functional changes related to various diseases, and thus, clinical symptoms. Understanding of pathogenesis of various disease will lead students to apply the knowledge for the drug development.
4-1
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY Ⅰ
Medicinal Chemistry I covers definition of medicinal chemistry, classification of drugs, relationships of physical properties between pharmaceutical activities, interaction between drugs and receptors, receptor site theory, enzymes and enzyme inhibitors, metabolism, prodrugs, and understanding of mechanism of action of drugs. The basic concept is studied for the mechanism of drug action, drug metabolism, structure activity relationship of drugs, and drug development.
4-1
PHARMACOLOGY II
This course discuses the therapeutic drugs for the treatment of various problems in the cardiovascular and central nervous system in terms of their mechanism of action, metabolism, side effects, and clinical uses.
4-1
PHARMACOLOGY I
The course is aimed to introduce students to the basic principles of pharmacology, including the definition of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics, and the knowledge in drug-receptor binding with respect to electrophysiological, biochemical and physiological changes. The major focus of this course is on the introduction of drugs acting on the autonomic nervous system, in particular their mechanism of action, metabolism, adverse effects, and clinical applications.
4-2
APPLICATION OF INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS
Various applications of spectroscopies such as UV, IR, NMR, MS to researches in life science and drug industry will be discussed.
4-2
PRESCRIPTION OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE
This subject covers the therapy, efficacy, drug composition, drug interaction, clinical application, and prescription of oriental medicine on the basis of a record in the literature of oriental medicine. This helps to enhance our knowledge on the clinical use of a medicine prepared from crude drug.
4-2
PHARMACEUTICAL PHARMACY Ⅱ
This course is concerned with fundamental properties of pharmaceutical systems. In this course, the student is introduced to interfacial phenomena, rheology, micromeritics and so forth, with particular emphasis on those relevant pharmaceutical systems. This is followed by a consideration of the solid state, which is important because of the large number of solid dosage forms. The basic flow properties of a variety of systems are also discussed together with an introduction to kinetics, particularly as related to the stability of material in the liquid and solid state.
4-2
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY Ⅱ
Drugs are classified by pharmacological effects, and drugs of each groups are studied for the mechanism of actions, potency, pharmacological effects, drug metabolism, physicochemical characteristics, pharmacy dynamics, structure activity relationships, and drug development.
4-2
PREVENTIVE PHARMACY Ⅱ
Preventive pharmacy mainly deals with the effects of foods, pharmaceuticals and environmental factors on human health not only for preventing related diseases but also improving human health. It is essential for pharmacists to have comprehensive knowledges on surrounding factors related with human health for participating as a member of the comprehensive health care team. For this particular semester, issues on chemical-induced toxicity, physical factors, environmental hygiene and industrial hygiene will be lectured.
4-2
PHARMACOLOGY Ⅳ
This course is designed to cover the chemotherapeutic drugs for infectious diseases and cancer. Focuses will be on their mechanism of action, metabolism, pharmacokinetic profiles, and clinical applications.
4-2
PHARMACOLOGY Ⅲ
This course is designed to cover the knowledge about drugs for the treatment of problems in various organs including the gastrointestinal, urinary, respiratory, immune, and endocrine systems. Emphasis will be placed on their mechanism of action, pharmacokinetic characteristics such as metabolism, side/toxic effects, and their clinical uses.
4-2
BIOLOGICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
The purpose of this course is to understand major metabolic pathways and biosyntheses from the view point of organic chemistry.
4-2
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅰ
Pharmacotherapy 1 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of cardiovascular, pulmonary, and gastrointestinal diseases.
4-2
PHARMACY LABORATORY Ⅱ
This course is designed to unite the theory and practice of the preventive pharmacy, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and medicinal chemistry. Major focus is on the development of principles of various techniques and participation in laboratory experiments in these fields.
4-2
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅱ
Pharmacotherapy 2 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of hepatitis, pancreatitis, renal, endocrinological, and infectious diseases. Medications for the management options related with organ transplantation will also be covered in this class.
5-1
TOXICOLOGY Ⅰ
Toxicology is the science of poisons and has as its focus the study of adverse effects of chemicals on living organisms. This lecture will mention the processes of how chemicals exert their toxic effects to cover principles of toxicology and the underlying molecular events that lead from initial exposure to the chemical to the ultimate manifestation of toxic injury in an organism.
5-1
NATURAL PRODUCTS CHEMISTRY I
Covers the origin, structure determination, isolation and medicinal use of the natural products which are used directly for the treatment of desease and/or used as a lead compounds for the new drug synthesis. Besides, the strategy of natural products screening for the development of new drug will be discussed.
5-1
PHARMACEUTICAL PHARMACY Ⅲ
An investigation of the principles underlying the formulation, dissolution, stability, and release of drug products for optimum delivery. To correlate the physicochemical theories and concepts with their application to the characterization, development, evaluation, and preparation of various dosage forms such as parenterals, ophthalmics, emulsions. suspensions, suppositories, aerosols.
5-1
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY Ⅲ
Drugs are classified by pharmacological effects, and drugs of each groups are studied for the mechanism of actions, potency, pharmacological effects, drug metabolism, physicochemical characteristics, pharmacy dynamics, structure activity relationships, and drug development.
5-1
PHARMACOECONOMICS
Pharmacoeconomics class teaches economical aspect of medications used for the treatment of various diseases.
5-1
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅵ
Pharmacotherapy 6 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of various anemias, clotting disorders, hematological malignancies, breast cancer, lung cancer, colorectal cancer.
5-1
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅴ
Pharmacotherapy 5 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of cerebral diseases, pain management, headache and migraine, and various psychiatric diseases.
5-1
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅳ
Pharmacotherapy 4 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of atrial fibrillation, supraventricular and ventricular arrythmias, thrombosis-related diseases, Parkinson's disease, and seizures.
5-1
PHARMACOTHERAPY Ⅲ
Pharmacotherapy 3 includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment options for the treatment of complicated cardiovascular and endocrinological diseases. Nutrition support for these special population will also be covered in this class.
5-1
DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM Ⅰ
This course will provide students with the ability to optimize efficacy, stability and patient compliance of dosage form. The fundamental background necessary for application of physicochemical principles important to characterization, development, evaluation, and preparation of novel drug delivery systems will be covered.
5-1
MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION
Medication Administration class teaches, but not limited to, drug approval administration and healthcare insurance administration.
5-1
BIOPHARMACEUTICS Ⅰ
A study of the basic principles of pharmacokinetics and physiological basis for drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion; use of mathematical principles and equations to describe these processes as well as rational design dosage regimens for individual patients. Elementary compartmental modeling, mechanism of drug absorption, mechanism of renal clearance, multiple dosage regimens, nonlinear pharmacokinetics and assessment of drug bioavailability are discussed.
5-1
PHARMACY LABORATORY Ⅲ
This course is designed to unite the theory and practice of the pharmacognosy, natural products chemistry, and pharmaeutical sciences. Major focus is on the development of principles of various techniques and participation in laboratory experiments in these fields.
5-2
TOXICOLOGY Ⅱ
Toxicology is the science of poisons and has as its focus the study of adverse effects of chemicals on living organisms. This lecture will mention the basic processes of how to manage patients poisoned by not only pharmaceuticals but also all kinds of toxins in home, work place and environment.
5-2
PHARMACEUTICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND ETHICS
5-2
BIOACTIVE NATURAL PRODUCTS
We introduce the chemical structure, biological activity, origin, distribution, isolation, medicinal use of the every natural products which are expected to be a excellent treatment effect or a lead compound of synthesis of new drug.
5-2
NATURAL PRODUCTS CHEMISTRY II
Cover the origing, structure determination, distribution, isolation and medicinal use of the natural products which are used directly for the treatment of disease and/or used as a lead compounds for the new drug synthesis. Besides, the strategy of natural products screening for the development of new drug will be discussed.
5-2
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY Ⅳ
Drugs are classified by pharmacological effects, and drugs of each groups are studied for the mechanism of actions, potency, pharmacological effects, drug metabolism, physicochemical characteristics, pharmacy dynamics, structure activity relationships, and drug development. In addition, drug design and molecular modeling are included for the development of new drugs.
5-2
DRUG DEVELOPMENT
The lecture will be focussed both on understanding the progress of drug development and on the co-relationship among the subjects taught in college of pharmacy.
5-2
PRACTICAL PROCESS IN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
Practical Process in Pharmaceutical Industry covers the theory and practical methodology for the various processes involved in the process of development and production of drugs.
5-2
PHARMACOPOEIA
Introduce general notes, physical tests, and official monographs concerning drugs.
5-2
DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM Ⅱ
Conventional dosage forms as well as novel drug delivery systems will be discussed in this course. Strategies and basic backgrounds to develop, evaluate and apply novel drug delivery systems in human body will be covered. Physicochemical characteristics of drug will be taught in association with drug product on the market. Emphasis will be put on transdermal delivery systems, and controlled release dosage forms.
5-2
INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY
This course introduces the conventional aspects of preparation of dosage forms. Emphasis will be on manufacturing and evaluation (the physical and chemical nature of the drug) as well as the regulatory environments. Product processing, packaging, evaluation and regulations will be discussed.
5-2
BIOPHARMACEUTICS Ⅱ
A study of the basic principles of pharmacokinetics and their application to the rational design of both dosage forms and dosing regimens, optimizing the latter to further the likelihood of safe effective drug therapy in a variety of clinical situations. A study of factors influencing the absorption, distribution, excretion and metabolism of drugs in man and the role these processes play in the therapeutic effects of dugs. Distribution of drugs, hepatic elimination, biopharmaceutic considerations in drug product design, bioequivalence, and dose adjustment in renal and hepatic diseases are also discussed in this course.
5-2
INTRODUCTORY PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
This subject is an introductory course which is performed in College of Pharmacy for Pharmacy practice experiences in hospital, community pharmacy, industry and government office, etc. This course includes basic attitude and ethics as a pharmacist, and basic clinical practices such as drug dispensing, patients education, preparation of injection in hospital and community pharmacy. In addition, drug information and a strategy to prevent medication error are taught, and preliminary works are included in pharmaceutical industries and government administration.
6-1
COMMUNITY PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
Community Pharmacy Practice Experience aims to study the practical task at community pharmacy as a community pharmacist. Overall work will be experienced on-site, e.g., review of prescription, dispensing & consulting, handling of over-the-counter, narcotic and psychotropic drugs, health insurance request, management of pharmacy, role of pharmacist at a local community, etc. as a pre-pharmacist. This subject will be performed under the guidance of a preceptor and a professor who are responsible for this work.
6-1
PHARMACEUTICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
Pharmaceutical Practice Experience aims to study the practical task at a facility which is equipped pharmaceutical manufacturing systems. Overall work will be experienced on-site, e.g., production, management and distribution of medicines, as a pre-pharmacist. Administrative work will be experienced at Korea Food and Drug Administration and/or Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service, etc. This subject will be performed under the guidance of a preceptor and a professor who are responsible for this work.
6-1
HOSPITAL PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience aims to study the practical task at hospital pharmacy as a hospital pharmacist. Overall work will be experienced on-site, e.g., review of prescription, dispensing & consulting, handling of narcotic and psychotropic drugs, management of hospital pharmacy, role of pharmacist at a hospital pharmacy, etc. as a pre-pharmacist. This subject will be performed under the guidance of a preceptor and a professor who are responsible for this work.
6-1
RESEARCH PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
Research Practice Experience aims to study the practical task at research institutions. Overall work concerning research and drug development will be experienced on-site, e.g., study protocol, research, handling of raw data, report, etc. as a pre-pharmacist. This subject will be performed under the guidance of a preceptor and a professor who are responsible for this work.
6-2
ADVANCED PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
One of subjects which were performed in Mandatory Pharmacy Practice Experience will be selected to conduct more advanced pharmacy practical experiences. This subject will be performed under the guidance of a preceptor and a professor who are responsible for this work.

FACULTY

Kim, Jung-Ae,  Professor
email (jakim@yu.ac.kr)
Loyola Univ. of Chicago ,  1995 ,  (Physiology)
Nam, Doo Hyun,  Professor
email (dhnam@yu.ac.kr)
KAIST ,  1984 ,  (Microbial Biotechnology)
Son, Jong-Keun,  Professor
email (jkson@yu.ac.kr)
Univ. of Michigan ,  1989 ,  (Instrumental Analysis)
Yong, Chul Soon,  Professor
email (csyong@yu.ac.kr)
Univ. of South Carolina at Columbia ,  1991 ,  (Pharmaceutics)
Lee, Seung Ho,  Professor
email (seungho@yu.ac.kr)
Kyushu Univ. ,  1991 ,  (Natural Products Chemistry)
Lee, Eung Seok,  Professor
email (eslee@ynu.ac.kr)
Purdue Univ. ,  1992 ,  (Medicinal Chemistry)
Jahng, Yurngdong,  Professor
email (ydjahng@yu.ac.kr)
University of Houston ,  1986 ,  (Medicinal Chemistry)
Chang, Hyeun Wook,  Professor
email (hwchang@yu.ac.kr)
University of Tokyo ,  1987 ,  (Biochemistry)
Jeong, Tae Cheon,  Professor
email (taecheon@yumail.ac.kr)
KAIST ,  1992 ,  (Toxicology and Public Health)
Pil-Hoon Park,  Associate Professor
email (parkp@yu.ac.kr)
Univ. of Missouri~, Columbia ,  2005 ,  (Molecular Pharmacology)
Jeong Byeong-Seon,  Associate Professor
email (jeongb@ynu.ac.kr)
Seoul National Univ. ,  2003 ,  (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
Kim Dong Young,  Assistant Professor
email (dyokim@ynu.ac.kr)
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,  2006 ,  (Molecular Biology)
KIM JONG OH,  Assistant Professor
email (jongohkim@yu.ac.kr)
Univ. of Nebraska Medical Center ,  2010
Lee Iyn Hyang,  Assistant Professor
email (leeiynhyang@ynu.ac.kr)
,  2011 ,  (Social Pharmacy)
Lim Mi Sun,  Assistant Professor
email (mslim@ynu.ac.kr)
,  2012
Chang Jae Hoon,  Assistant Professor
email (jchang@yu.ac.kr)
,  2009 ,  (Immunology)
Jeong, Jee-Heon,  Assistant Professor
email (jeeheon@yu.ac.kr)
,  2013 ,  (Cell Delivery)
Choi Dong Young,  Assistant Professor
email (dychoi@yu.ac.kr)
,  2008 ,  (Neuropharmacology)
Choi Hyuk Jae,  Assistant Professor
email (h5choi@yu.ac.kr)
,  2009
최혜덕,  Assistant Professor

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