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									  University of Illinois at Chicago

      College of Pharmacy

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Manual of Elective Course Offerings

      SUMMER/FALL 2009
                   REQUIRED COURSES FOR FALL 2009 P-2 YEAR

   CORE COURSES                                        RMS                   DAY/ TIME/ COORDINATOR             HRS
   PHAR 323 (14199)                                    134-2                 M, 11:30-12:20; R, 8:30-9:20       3
   Drug Delivery Systems III                                                 Ron Koch

       Lab/Disc (14196-14198)                          32                    M, 8:30-11:20; T, 1:30-4:20;
       3 sections                                                            F, 9:30-12:20
   PHAR 333 (14214)                                    32                    MWF, 1:30-2:20                     4
   Fundamentals of Drug Action III                                           Birgit Jaki
      Lab/Disc (22344)                                 32                    W, 2:30-4:20
      1 section

   PHAR 352 (14414)                                    134-1                 W, 10:30-12:20                     2
   Experiential II - IPPE                                                    Courtney Krueger
                                                                             Sheila Allen
      Lab (14408, 14409, 14411-14413)                  204, 208, 212,        R, 1:30-4:20
      5 sections                                       216, 32
      CLP (27983)                                      ARR                   ARR


   PHAR 401 (14606)                                    T, 134-2              T, 11:30-12:20; F, 2:30-3:20       3
   Principles of Drug Action and                       F, 32                 Birgit Jaki
   Therapeutics I                                                            Alan Lau
      Lab/Disc (14461-14463, 14466,                    470, 498, 570,        M, 8:30-10:20
       14475, 14477-14479) 8 sections                  598, 134-2            R, 10:30-12:20

   PHAR 402 (14678)                                    WR, 134-2             WR, 9:30-10:20; F, 8:30-9:20       4
   Principles of Drug Action and                       F, 36                 Norm Katz
   Therapeutics II
      Lab/Disc (see timetable)                         470, 498, 570, 598, T, 8:30-11:20
      10 sections                                      T, 134-2, F, 36     F, 9:30-12:20


REGISTRATION PATTERNS Lab/Disc PHAR 323 PHAR 333 PHAR 352 PHAR 401 PHAR 402
GROUP 1 takes:                                         M am           W pm         R pm        R am         T am or
                                                                                                            F am
GROUP 2 takes: Note: When recitations are              F am           W pm         R pm        M am or      T am
held in PHAR 323 (approx. 11 times during                                                      R am
semester), Group 2 will have no Friday am section      (see Note to
but will have to come to the Tuesday pm or Monday      left)
am section for Recitation. On weeks that labs are
held (approx. 4 times during semester), Group 2 will
meet during the Friday am section.

GROUP 3 takes:                                         T pm           W pm         R pm        M am         F am
                  P-2 COURSE SCHEDULE – FALL 2009

         MONDAY             TUESDAY          WEDNESDAY          THURSDAY         FRIDAY

8:30      PHAR 323           PHAR 402                            PHAR 323       PHAR 402
          Lab/ Disc           Lab/Disc        Possible Exam
           1 section         5 sections           Period
         (8:30-11:20)       (8:30-11:20)     (8:30-9:20, Rms.
               or                or           134-2 & 134-3)
          PHAR 401
          Lab/ Disc              ↓
           4 sections
         (8:30-10:20)

9:30                                                                             PHAR 402
              ↓                                PHAR 402          PHAR 402         Lab/Disc
                         PMMP 395 elective
                          (9:30-10:20, T)                                        5 sections
                                                                                (9:30-12:20)
                                 ↓                                                   or
                                                                                 PHAR 323
                                                                                 Lab/ Disc
                                                                                  1 section
                                                                                (9:30-12:20)
10:30                       PMAD 381,          PHAR 352          PHAR 401
              ↓               BPS 381         (10:30-12:20)       Lab/Disc           ↓
                          (10:30-11:20, T)                        4 sections
                                                                (10:30-12:20)
11:30
         PHAR 323           PHAR 401                ↓                 ↓              ↓

12:30
1:30                         PHAR 323                           PHAR 352 Lab
         PHAR 333            Lab/Disc,         PHAR 333            5 sections   PHAR 333
                              1 section                               ALL
                            (1:30-4:20)                          STUDENTS
                                  or                              (1:30-4:20)
                             Electives:
                             PMPR 356
                           (1:30-3:20, T)
2:30                             or            PHAR 333
          PMPR 383            BPS 555           Lab/Disc,                       PHAR 401
            elective       (2:00-4:00, T)       1 section
        (2:30-4:20, M)           or          ALL STUDENTS
                         PMPR 385 (25584)      (2:30-4:20)
              ↓            (2:30-3:20, T)           ↓
                                 or
                            PMMP 412
                           (2:30-4:20, T)
3:30   ↓               Possible Exam
           ↓   ↓   ↓      Period
                        (3:30-4:20,
                       Rms 32 & 36)
P-2 ELECTIVE COURSE OFFERINGS (FALL 2009)
COURSE
  COURSE                       COURSE DESCRIPTION                   RM      SCHEDULE                 HRS
  BPS 381 (26324)              Weekly seminar series for P-2        216     T, 10:30-11:20           1
  Professional Development     students to discuss educational              Norman Katz
  Seminar I                    issues related to 2nd professional           (for his P-2 advisees)
                               year with advisor.
  BPS 555 (23373)              Concept and application of           219     T, 2:00-4:00             2
  Principles of                pharmacogenomics in disease                  Jim Wang
  Pharmacogenomics             diagnosis, prevention, and
                               treatment.
  PMAD 381 (26335)             Weekly seminar series for P-2        212     T, 10:30-11:20           1
  Professional Development     students to discuss educational              Nicholas Popovich
  Seminar I                    issues related to 2nd professional           (for his P-2 advisees)
                               year with advisor.
  PMMP 395 (23755)             Covers the chemistry of water,       231     T, 9:30-10:20            1
  Biophysical Chemistry of     with applications to biological,             Charles Woodbury
  Water                        biochemical, and pharmaceutical
                               processes.
                                                                            T, 2:30-4:20
  PMMP 412 (29789)             Introduction to genomics and         111                              2
                                                                            Alexander Mankin
  Pharmaceutical               bioinformatics for advanced
  Applications of Genomics     pharmacy students. Principles of
  & Bioinformatics             gene expression, DNA sequencing
                               in bacterial and human genomes,
                               with emphasis on diagnostic and
                               therapeutic applications.
  PMPR 356 (26903)             An in-depth knowledge base in        204/    T, 1:30-3:20             2
  The Role of the              smoking cessation and skills for     208     Lori Wilken
  Pharmacist in Tobacco        counseling.                                  Sandra Kim
  Cessation
  PMPR 383 (27944)             Designed to foster professional      134-2   M, 2:30-4:20             2
  Managed Care Pharmacy        development in managed care                  Margaret Byun
                               pharmacy by providing exposure               Mitzi Wasik
                               to major concepts of the managed
                               care environment
  PMPR 385 (25584)             Provides students with               212     T, 2:30-3:20             1
  Lifestyle Modifications in   background and practical                     Marlowe Djuric
  Disease Management           knowledge for teaching their                 Kachlic,
                               patients the best ways to                    Melissa Leedock
                               implement specific lifestyle
                               modifications for their disease
                               states.

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           REQUIRED COURSES FOR FALL 2009 P-3 YEAR

CORE COURSES                            RMS           DAY/TIME/COORDINATOR   HRS

PHAR 346 (14407)                        134-1         WF, 9:30-10:20         2
Pharmacy Services & Reimbursement                     Joanne Stubbings
                                                      Glen Schumock
PHAR 353 (14424)                        134-1         R, 8:30-9:20           2
Experiential III - IPPE                               Ann Kuchta
                                                      Courtney Krueger
 Lab (27984-27989)                      204, 208, 212, R, 9:30-12:20
 5 sections                             216, 134-1
 CLP (27989)                            ARR           ARR
PHAR 405 (14696)                         134-1        M, 11:30-12:20         3
Principles of Drug Action & Therapeutics              W, 8:30-9:20
V                                                     Greg Thatcher
  Lab/Disc (14679-14682, 14686-14691)   134-1, 204,   MF
  10 sections                           208, 212, 216 1:30-4:20
PHAR 406 (14713)                         134-1        T, 11:30-12:20         3
Principles of Drug Action & Therapeutics              W, 1:30-2:20
VI                                                    Fran Schlemmer
  Lab/Disc (14698, 14700, 14702,        134-1, 470,   TR
   14704-14708, 14710, 14711)           498, 570, 598 1:30-4:20
  10 sections
PHAR 445 (24379)                        134-1         M, 8:30-11:20          3
Pharmacy Law                                          Ed Rickert
                       P-3 COURSE SCHEDULE - FALL 2009

         MONDAY              TUESDAY            WEDNESDAY           THURSDAY           FRIDAY

8:30      PHAR 445                                PHAR 405          PHAR 353
                                                                                    BPS 383 elective
         (8:30-11:20)
                                                                                          or
              ↓
                                                                                     PMAD 383
                                                                                       elective
              ↓
9:30                     PMPR 382 elective        PHAR 346           PHAR 353         PHAR 346
                          (9:30-11:20, T)                               Lab
                                or                                   5 sections
                         PMMP 395 elective                          All Students
                          (9:30-10:20, T)                           (9:30-12:20)
                                 ↓                                        ↓

              ↓
10:30                     PMPR 359 elective    PMPR 358 elective                   PMPR 357 elective
                                                                         ↓
                           (10:30-11:20, T)     (10:30-11:20, W)                    (10:30-11:20, F)
                                  or                    or                                 or
                          PMPR 330 elective    (10:30-12:20, W):                   PMPR 381 elective
                           (10:30-11:20, T)    PMPR 378 elective                    (10:30-12:20, F)
                                                        or                                 ↓
                                               PMPR 385 elective
                                                     (25560)
                                                        ↓
                                                      ↓                  ↓
11:30    PHAR 405            PHAR 406

12:30
1:30     PHAR 405            PHAR 406             PHAR 406          PHAR 406          PHAR 405
          Lab/Disc            Lab/Disc                               Lab/Disc          Lab/Disc
          5 sections          5 sections                             5 sections        5 sections
         (1:30-4:20)        (1:30-4:20)                             (1:30-4:20)       (1:30-4:20)
                                  or
              ↓           PMPR 356 elective                              ↓                ↓
                           (1:30-3:20, T)
             or                   ↓

2:30                              or            Possible Exam
          PMPR 383                                                       ↓                ↓
                          BPS 555 elective          Period
            elective
                           (2:00-4:00, T )        (2:30-4:20,
        (2:30-4:20, M)
                                   ↓          Rms. 134-2 & 134-3)
                                  or
              ↓
                         PMPR 385 elective            ↓
                               (25584)
                            (2:30-3:20, T)
                                  or
                         PMMP 412 elective
                           (2:30-4:20, T)
       ↓          ↓             ↓           ↓      ↓
3:30




       P-3 ELECTIVE COURSE OFFERINGS (FALL 2009)
COURSE
COURSE                         COURSE DESCRIPTION                       RM      SCHEDULE                 HRS
BPS 383 (26325)                Weekly seminar series for P-3            216     F, 8:30-9:20             1
Professional Development       students to discuss educational issues           Norman Katz (for his
Seminar III                    related to 3rd professional year with            P-3 advisees)
                               advisor
BPS 555 (23373)                Concept and application of               219     T, 2:00-4:00             2
Principles of                  pharmacogenomics in disease                      Jim Wang
Pharmacogenomics               diagnosis, prevention, and treatment.
PMAD 383 (26339)               Weekly seminar series for P-3            212     F, 8:30-9:20             1
Professional Development       students to discuss educational issues           Nicholas Popovich
Seminar III                    related to 3rd professional year with            (for his P-3 advisees)
                               advisor
PMMP 395 (23755)               This course will cover the chemistry     231     T, 9:30-10:20            1
Biophysical Chemistry of       of water, with applications to                   Charles Woodbury
Water                          biological, biochemical, and
                               pharmaceutical processes
                                                                                T, 2:30-4:20
PMMP 412 (29789)               Introduction to genomics and             111                              2
                                                                                Alexander Mankin
Pharmaceutical Applications    bioinformatics for advanced
of Genomics &                  pharmacy students. Principles of
Bioinformatics                 gene expression, DNA sequencing in
                               bacterial and human genomes, with
                               emphasis on diagnostic and
                               therapeutic applications.
PMPR 330 (30046)               Familiarizes students with advanced      204     T, 10:30-11:20           1
Journal Club & Advanced        study design and statistical concepts            Joan Stachnik
Literature Analysis            commonly used in medical literature.
PMPR 356 (26903) The Role      An in-depth knowledge base in            204/    T, 1:30-3:20             2
of the Pharmacist in Tobacco   smoking cessation and skills for         208     Lori Wilken
Cessation                      counseling.                                      Sandra Kim
PMPR 357 (23376)               Introduces students to plasma-           204/    F, 10:30-11:20           1
Natural & Recombinant          derived therap. including albumin,       208     Mary Moody
Plasma-Derived                 immune globulins, and factor                     Carissa Mancuso
Therapeutics                   products.
PMPR 358 (23377)               Case-based pharmacotherapeutic           134-3   W, 10:30-11:20           1
Pharmacotherapeutic Issues     lecture course related to women’s                Louise
in Women’s Health              health.                                          Parent-Stevens
PMPR 359 (15081 &15080)         One hr lecture weekly, students           111     T, 10:30-11:20     2
Topics & Issues in Clinical     “shadow” residents during open class              Frank Paloucek
Post-Graduate Training          times, overnight,weekends while
Programs                        resident is on-call. NO CREDIT
                                GIVEN IF STUDENT HAS CREDIT
                                IN PMPR 390 - RESIDENCY
                                SHADOWING.
PMPR 378 (26347)                Drug therapy of common pediatric          111     W, 10:30-12:20     2
Pediatric Therapeutics          disease states, emphasizing special               Donna Kraus
                                pediatric considerations in the areas
                                of pediatric infectious diseases,
                                neurology, and psychiatry.
PMPR 381 (27943)                Identification and treatment of           212     F, 10:30-12:20     2
Chronic Kidney Disease          patients with chronic kidney disease              Cheryl Gilmartin
(CKD) Interventions and         utilizing a multifactorial approach to            Leslie Briars
Treatment                       attain goals.
PMPR 382 (15083)                Reviews ethical principles and            134-3   T, 9:30-11:20      2
Ethical Considerations in the   evaluates legal and moral influences.             Debra Agard
Practice of Pharmacy            Role playing, emphasizing the role of
                                the pharmacist.
PMPR 383 (27944)                Designed to foster professional           134-2   M, 2:30-4:20       2
Managed Care Pharmacy           development in managed care                       Margaret Byun
                                pharmacy by providing exposure to                 Mitzi Wasik
                                major concepts of the managed care
                                environment
PMPR 385 (25560)                Discussion-based and detailed             32      W, 10:30-12:20     2
Clinical Aspects of Diabetes    information about diabetes mellitus               Jessica Michaud,
Mellitus                        types 1 and 2 for students interested             Daphne Smith,
                                in learning more about diabetes than              Jessica Tilton
                                what is provided in the required
                                PDAT course.
PMPR 385 (25584)                Provides students with background         212     T, 2:30-3:20       1
Lifestyle Modifications in      and practical knowledge for teaching              Marlowe Djuric
Disease Management              their patients the best ways to                   Kachlic,
                                implement specific lifestyle                      Melissa Leedock
                                modifications for their disease states.
                P-2 and P-3 ELECTIVE COURSE OFFERINGS
                        SUMMER 2009 and FALL 2009
                        (COLLEGE OF PHARMACY)

COURSE #   COURSE DESCRIPTION                                  HOURS   SCHEDULE/
                                                                       COORDINATOR
PMxx 380   UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH:                             1-3     Independent study
           Investigation, under the direction of one or more
           faculty members, of a problem of limited scope.
           May require literature research related to the
           research project.
PMxx 390   SPECIAL PROJECTS: Special projects within         1-2       Independent study
           the departmental discipline. Defined and terminal
           project goals are achieved through independent
           study.

								
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