What's his pharmacology look like, Derek?
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You can't ignore me forever. [S2E13: Celebrity Pharmacology]
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Pharmahuasca: Human Pharmacology of Oral DMT Plus Harmine reddit.com/gallery/rxhcm9
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Is it even worth studying pharmacology?

I'm a highschool student who's very passionate about ochem, especially the drug related fields, but from all I've read on this subreddit as well as some other forums, it seems like you can't get any decently paid jobs with a degree in ochem?

I really hope it's not as bad because honestly I can't imagine studying anything else. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this, thank you!

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Pharmacology study help

I’m in an LPN program, and am getting overwhelmed with the amount of information I’m expected to memorize for pharm. normally I study/take notes best by making flashcards/using active recall, but after spending X amount of time on it last night I’m realizing it may not be the most efficient way to record information for future studying for exams. Any suggestions? We need to memorize drug classes, nursing considerations, action and uses, dosages, etc.

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Can anyone translate this (polish?) - should be about Parahexyl/Synhexyl? More details in comments (Supniewski J (1950). Farmakologia. p. 89. Janusz Supniewski Pharmacology 1950 page 89)
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Tips on Pharmacology class?

I’m taking a pharmacology class for spring semester and was wondering if anyone whose taken pharmacology before has any tips on how to best succeed in this class?

I’m working as a CNA right now so I hear medications all the time, but I have no clue what they’re used for, side effects ect.

I appreciate any suggestions :)

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Fundamentals/Pharmacology 1st semester ADN student

So i just started my first semester of an ADN program. I am on a modified schedule meaning i am only in pharm/fundamentals.

It is my first week of class and i am already overwhelmed. Many students are repeat course takers due to failing last semester and it is intimidating.

Although i currently have a 4.0 for my prerequisites we are required to use examsoft and must have an 80 average on our tests. ( one class has 5 exams, the other 6). I am totally for putting in the work but it is week one and i feel the burn out already.( 8 chapters per class for prework)

We had prework and i have no idea what to study - i have taken taken so many notes and i feel i am over doing it but don’t want to miss any important things that may be on these tests, which are at all critical thinking problems. I asked a few repeaters for help and they are not too open ..

So I’m reaching out to see what helped students who have taken these courses : study guide books? Practice tests (where are good ones?) pre made notes off Etsy? Reading the book? Podcasts?

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!! (Also posted in another Reddit group,looking for all the advice i can get lol)

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Learning A+P and pharmacology

Hi I am trying to learn anatomy and physiology such as the body systems and basic level pharmacology for my nursing course. How would I go about learning these subjects as I have no science GCSE and haven’t learnt these before and don’t know where to start. Thankyou

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Pharmacology major

Anyone done/doing the Pharmacology major? If so, how hard is it and what do you hope to do in the future?:)

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Pharmacology help!

Hi guys! I need sone advice with pharma i dont do really well and for sure it’s my weakest area. Can you recommend sth that worked for you and helped u memorize or understand it! I’ve tried sketchy it doesnt really do it for me:(

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Is Pharmacology easier than Patho pls say yes

Hi everyone, I'm entering my 2nd semester of an ABSN program. I managed to get good grades fortunately because my life was 95% studying, but Patho was my weaker subject amongst my classes. Next semester I'm taking Pharm and hear conflicting opinions - is it heavy in chemistry and the like, or is it more memorization and applying to real circumstances? I appreciate your responses!

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What are the limits to a drug’s pharmacology?

Ok so basically what I’m asking is is it possible for a drug to be both an opioid and a deliriant or for a drug to be both a GABA modulator and a SNDRI. Could a singular drug possibly directly affect every chemical system in the brain? Does anyone know of any weird examples of drugs which are part of 2 or more completely different classes? I know a few examples, such as some PCP analogues are opioids and ibogaine is a psychedelic with some activity on various other receptors, but I’m curious what obscure (or common for that matter) substances you know of that are like this.

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I’m a U1 Pharmacology major and I really want to start building on my research experience but I just completely have no idea what sort of project I can work on! I have 0 experience on this

I’m stuck on brainstorming on a topic I can do some research on because 1) I have zero research lab experience nor the knowledge in skills/techniques apart from the ones I’ve learned from the laboratory courses I had to take 2) I’m not very good with statistics when it comes to dealing with the data results 3) I’m not much of a smart or genius person to come up with a brilliant and original idea for a project 4) I don’t have the connections

Hearing people putting an emphasis on doing research and browsing through fellow undergrads’ impressive LinkedIn profiles are really putting a pressure on me. I know cold emails are the key to getting a position in a lab but I’m just not even sure what I can offer in the first place.

I guess I’m just asking for some advice on this. Thank you :)

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I got a 44/100 score on my Pharmacology exam.

That's all. I just need a release because I really think I am on the verge of failing. Thinking of emailing my professor but people adviced against it. I hope I pass. Should I email still? What should I say?

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Studying pharmacology and found Picmonic. Is anyone else disturbed by this illustration?
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Pharmacology memory tools

I'm looking at Mosby's pharmacology memory notecards, or Levelup RN cards.. Mosby's has all the fun pictures. Anybody have methods they like? I'm considering a picmonic subscription, but am not sure if it's worth it. I'm looking for opinions, have you used any of these? Found something better? Thanks!

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I received a conditional offer as an international student for Pharmacology!!! Can anyone tell me about their experience in the program?
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EASIEST Pharmacology Complimentary Upper Levels?

Which ones from the long list of random courses for 12 credits total are the least painful to take? I have tried ANAT321 and PSYC305, and loved them, Super easy. I’m guessing BIOC and CHEM might be harder choices. Has anyone taken one of the courses and found them to be either really straightforward or really difficult? Please let me know!

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Pharmacology 101-phone a friend for help.
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Please take some time to learn about the pharmacology of the drugs you consume.

All I see on this sub anymore is people posting easily answerable questions about drug-drug interactions. I implore all of you to do some research into the pharmacological mechanics of the drugs that you are taking. It could save your life. If you know about drug pharmacology, there’s a much better chance of knowing almost exactly how two or more drugs will interact. For example; psychedelics are all 5-HT partial agonist which exert their psychedelic effects via the 5-HT2A receptor, this means that if you are taking something that blocks either 5-HT receptors or the Serotonin Transporter (SERT) then you will get virtually no effects from taking a psychedelic until you are off them for at least five of the blocking drugs half-lives. This also applies to MDMA and SSRI’s, Serotonin needs the SERT enzyme to transport itself around the brain and to clear itself out of the synapse, therefore if you take MDMA while on an SSRI or SNRI that blocks said transporter, you won’t feel much of anything.

This CAN SAVE YOU MONEY AND TIME.

Here are a few examples that could save your life:

  • Never combine Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOI/RIMA) with any drug that effects monoamine levels in the brain such as Serotonin, Dopamine, Norepinephrine, Histamine, etc. They block the enzyme that breaks them down and taking them in combination with a lot of drugs can result in Serotonin Syndrome (SS)and or a Hypertensive Crisis (HC) and Death.

-Don’t combine multiple different monoamine releasing agents as they can also cause death via SS and or HC due to excessive monoamine levels building up in the brain.

-Never combine sedatives with other sedatives, opiates, strong antihistamines, or dopamine antagonists as you may never wake up.

Please inform yourself about the pharmacology of the drugs you choose to take. Thanks if you made it to the end.

Edit: Correction SSRI’s block most psychedelic effects because of downregulation of 5-HT receptors, not because of SERT inhibition. Also, a lot of this is subjective. MAOI’s can make DMT orally active for example, and at low doses it can be safe to combine releasing agents. Just do you due diligence is the point.

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Do I as a PharmD have enough research experience for admission to a pharmacology PhD?

Current pharmacist (PharmD, US) looking to enter a PhD program. I have limited experiences in lab research (one semester in an organic chemist’s lab and one in an immunologist/toxicologist’s lab) mainly doing routine lab work. I also have non lab research experience (systematic literature evaluation, some pharmacy practice based / quality improvement research). Is this enough to enter a PhD program that focuses on lab work ?

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Commission! Custom design for a student at VCU pharmacology! IG: TopNotch.Rugs reddit.com/gallery/sax09s
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Pharmacology vs Pharmacy

I’m looking into taking a pharmacology degree (uk) as all the courses look very interesting. I’ve heard that pharmacy degrees can be very boring and was wondering whether it is the same for pharmacology? My main interests are lab work/analytics and toxicology. Would this degree be good for me?

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MSc pharmacology application - major writer's block

Coming to the end of my 4 year BSc pharmacology course. I am DYING to get a place on my university's MSc course, I've been told by my lecturers that there's a lot of places and I have a good chance of getting in.

However, I CANNOT for the life of me write a personal statement. I have so many ideas for it but each time I go to write them down I get anxious that it's not good enough and I just can't get anything out.

I have so much riding on this as I'm so desperate to be able to stay on at my university and learn more, the staff here are excellent.

Do any of you have experience applying for MScs and if so, do yu have any advice??

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The Quality of a Drug Experience Is Often Misattributed to Pharmacology

This was an interesting monologue from Hamilton

One quote that stood out to me

"If you take the exact same dose of LSD every year, I would be amazed if it's the same. I would bet against any resemblance between these experiences because you will be different; you will be in a different mood; you will be thinking about different things. You change all the timeβ€”much more than the drug."

It happens with MDMA too. People equate the quality of a roll to "how good the MDMA was". I bet it has much more to do with your internal psyche at the time of administration.

Same thing with a mushroom experience.

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Med Surg 1 & Pharmacology

Made it through fundamentals woohoo ! Med Surg 1 & pharmacology are starting around March so I wanted to prepare myself ahead of time. Any study tips/websites/ study guides etc ?

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Immunity 200 and Pharmacology 200 midterm study advice please!

hey, would anyone who's taken these courses be able to give some advice on the best ways to study for their midterms?

immunity 200 is taught by kevin kane

and pharmacology 200 is taught by Harley Kurata

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Just failed a Pharmacology class. Am I done for Med School?

I'm in my 3rd year of Neuroscience at the UofA. Just failed my PMCOL course by 0.2%. Emailed the prof and everything but it doesn't seem like he will budge. Is med school a no go for me?

My GPA over the past 2 years hasn't been great (around 3.5) and this semester's GPA will be 2.8 at best (A+,A,A-,C+,F). I'm taking the MCAT next summer. Am involved in student clubs and volunteering at a clinic and extracurriculars. But I'm guessing all of that will be useless given my low GPA.

Never failed an exam before let alone a course so this is really depressing. Hurts especially more when I think about my parents and how much they've been sacrificing for me and how I'm about to disappoint them after all of the time and effort and energy spent. (I come from a south asian family so success is kind of expected and an F is pretty much unimaginable.)

Thoughts/Advice?

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Master's degree in pharmacology (?)

So after some quick google searches i realised that to become a pharmacologist you need a phd in pharmacology which takes abt 10 to 12 years but in my country you apparently only need 3 years of biochemistry followed by 2 years of pharmacology master's. Surely this can't be enough right? Might seem dumb but I'm really lost and would appreciate any type of help.

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Any key texts on Egyptian botany or pharmacology (available in book form)

Would like to read more on the subject in the ancient Egyptian context since coming across Coptic Magical Papyri. Any key texts that are available for purchase?

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Hamilton Morris: The Quality of a Drug Experience Is Often Misattributed to Pharmacology

This was an interesting monologue from Hamilton

One quote that stood out to me

"If you take the exact same dose of LSD every year, I would be amazed if it's the same. I would bet against any resemblance between these experiences because you will be different; you will be in a different mood; you will be thinking about different things. You change all the timeβ€”much more than the drug."

It happens with MDMA too. People equate the quality of a roll to "how good the MDMA was". I bet it has much more to do with your internal psyche at the time of administration.

Same thing with a mushroom experience.

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Fundamentals/ Pharmacology 1st semester ADN program

So i just started my first semester of an ADN program. I am on a modified schedule meaning i am only in pharm/fundamentals.

It is my first week of class and i am already overwhelmed. Many students are repeat course takers due to failing last semester and it is intimidating.

Although i currently have a 4.0 for my prerequisites we are required to use examsoft and must have an 80 average on our tests. ( one class has 5 exams, the other 6). I am totally for putting in the work but it is week one and i feel the burn out already.( 8 chapters per class for prework)

We had prework and i have no idea what to study - i have taken taken so many notes and i feel i am over doing it but don’t want to miss any important things that may be on these tests, which are at all critical thinking problems. I asked a few repeaters for help and they are not too open ..

So I’m reaching out to see what helped students who have taken these courses : study guide books? Practice tests (where are good ones?) pre made notes off Etsy? Reading the book? Podcasts?

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!

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Pharmacology study help

I’m in an practical nursing program, and am getting overwhelmed with the amount of information I’m expected to memorize for pharm. normally I study/take notes best by making flashcards/using active recall, but after spending X amount of time on it last night I’m realizing it may not be the most efficient way to record information for future studying for exams. Any suggestions? We need to memorize drug classes, nursing considerations, action and uses, dosages, etc.

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