School of Pharmaceutical
Sciences of Ribeirão Preto

University of São Paulo

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Disciplines

The graduate disciplines offered by BAF-FCFRP-USP are listed below. The students are obligated to take only the highlighted courses at the BAF-FCFRP-USP program. The remaining credits in disciplines may be taken at other USP faculties, in accordance with each thesis supervisor, if desired.

•    Formation Activities and Research in Biosciences Applied to Pharmacy I (Master and direct Ph.D. degrees only).
•    Formation Activities and Research in Biosciences Applied to Pharmacy II (Master students only. It corresponds to the qualify examination)
•    Formation Activities and Research in Biosciences Applied to Pharmacy III (all Ph.D. students only).
•    Formation Activities and Research in Biosciences Applied to Pharmacy IV (all Ph.D. students only).
•    Molecular Biology of Antibiotic Resistance
•    Physiology of Hematopoiesis
•    Influence of hormones on the immune response to parasites
•    Microbiology of foodborne diseases
•    The Basics of Recombinant DNA Technology for Biosciences Applied to Pharmacy
•    Endocrine physiopathology
•    Fundamentals of Teaching Practice in Higher Education
•    Inflammation and cardiovascular disease
•    Special Topics in Physiological and Molecular Genetics
•    Detection and Characterization of Bacterial Pathogens of Clinical Importance
•    Introduction to Proteomic Analysis
•    Biology of Virus and Diagnosis of Viral Infections
•    Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms Involved in the Pathophysiology of Leukemia
•    Complement System: Pathophysiology and Modulation of the Biological Activity
•    Biology and laboratory diagnosis of opportunistic infections caused by yeasts in immunocompromised patients
•    Expression and Production of Recombinant Proteins of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Interest
•    Biology and Epidemiology of Human Trypanosomatids
•    Autoimmune endocrinopathies
•    Molecular Biology Applied to the Microbiological Quality Control
•    Changes in mitochondrial energy metabolism

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