AT the end of the course, the student should be able to:
Knowledge and understanding: To be acquainted with the chemical and the physico-chemical bases that regulate the operation of receptors; to understand the mechanisms through which small molecules activate or block nuclear or membrane receptors
Applying knowledge and understanding: The student must show to be able to synthesize their knowledge, their ability to analyze and understand the structure-activity relationships for classes of drugs through devising and sustaining critical arguments in the field of medicinal chemistry, proving to be able to have a professional approach to discipline
In addition, the teaching aims to achieve autonomy of judgment and Communicative Abilities.
Making judgments: Students will be able during the lessons, to interact with the themes suggested by the teacher and, even with the help of the recommended texts and teaching materials, be able to make independent judgments
Communication skills: The student must be able to clearly and critically present the results of their individual calculations, demonstrating knowledge of research topics carried out during the program
Learning skills: to be acquainted with a method of study and analysis that is tailored on the student and efficient, in order to extend the field of knowledge to different disciplines and in order to make his preparation suitable to higher-learning experiences.