At the end of the teaching activity, the student should have gained chemistry knowledge and expertise in pharmacological therapy associated with the various pathologies treated in the program and mastered the most important concepts that characterize the medicinal chemistry. In particular, the student should be able to: - Understand the chemical characteristics of the drugs included in the therapeutic classes treated in the program, their uses, biological activity and toxicity, the relationship between the chemical structure and biological activity, the interaction with the biological substrate, the chemical-physical and metabolic aspects (Knowledge and understanding). - Apply his knowledge of the drug's action and pharmacological profile, understand the physical chemistry and the metabolic aspects and their influence on pharmacological activity, identify the structural features important for the drug action, use a proper nomenclature according to international rules (Ability to apply knowledge and understanding). - Expose concepts in a clear and straightforward way and through a formally correct language, be able to interact with people with scientific training in different areas. (Communication Skills) - Know how to evaluate the relevance of the different therapeutic classes treated in the pathologies considered (making judgments). - Link the different topics dealt with each other and with basic and related disciplines (Learning Skills).