Organic Chemistry Of Medicinal Agents

Organic Chemistry Of Medicinal Agents

Organic Chemistry of Medicinal Agents

The most concise and streamlined textbook available on organic chemistry for the pharmacy student

Organic Chemistry for Pharmacy is a textbook written specifically for the students taking the required Organic/Medical Pharmacy course. Using a building-block approach, the book delivers a basic, yet thorough discussion of the mode of action, therapeutic applications, and limitations of various pharmaceutical agents. Organic Chemistry for Pharmacy is especially written for students who have a limited background in chemistry.

In order to make the learning/teaching experience as efficient as possible, Organic Chemistry for Pharmacy includes outstanding pedagogical features such as chapter outlines, chapter summaries, boxed “take away points”, quick-reference tables, and problems within each chapter. The focus and presentation of this text is particularly suited for Organic/Medical Pharmacy courses which are weighted heavily towards Organic, rather than Medical Pharmacy.

About the Author

Adam Renslo, PhD is Associate Director, Chemistry, at the University of California-San Francisco. He has a PhD in Organic Chemistry from MIT.

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