In pursuit of its educational mission, the Zeeh Pharmaceutical Experiment Station in conjunction with Extension Services in Pharmacy offers a coherent program of education and training in drug product development that brings the relevant science and technology together in the context of regulatory science and business.
- STATION sponsored short courses in this domain enable scientists and technical managers to increase their skills and knowledge in the process and science of drug product development.
- STATION affiliated Core Courses in Applied Drug Development represent an evolving curriculum designed to address the need for training qualified pharmaceutical scientists for the pharmaceutical industry.
- The STATION also extends similar educational opportunities to UW-Madison graduate students in pharmaceutical sciences and other scientific disciplines, to gain hands-on experience in the various aspects of preclinical drug development that will become part of their future work in the pharmaceutical industry.
- Principles and Experimental Strategies in Physicochemical Characterization, Solubilization and Solid Form Screening for Drug Candidate Selection
- Practical Strategies for Developing Preclinical and Phase 1 Oral Drug Formulations
- CMC Project Team Management – Principles & Practices for Successful Technical Leadership
- Principles of Solid Dosage Forms
- Preformulation and Stabilization of Pharmaceuticals
- Introduction to the Regulatory Process for Drug Development
- Pharmacokinetics, Bioavailability and Bioequivalence
- Contact Extension Services in Pharmacy for a complete list of current course offerings
Previously offered course(s)
- An Introduction to the Drug Development Process (2004)
- Preclinical & Drug Product Design Strategies (2005-2010)
- Above two titles are for the same course which may be substituted for CMC Project Team Management or applied towards elective credits.
- Strategies and Experimental Techniques in Preformulation and Candidate Selection (2007-2008)
- Retitled to "Principles and Experimental Strategies in Physiochemical Characterization, Solubilization and Solid Form Screening for Drug Candidate Selection" in 2009