Students will learn how to design, develop and evaluate pharmaceutical and nutraceutical agents in line with research and industry methods, where chemical engineers, nutritionists and medical researchers work together to transform raw materials and small molecular agents to valuable pharma products. The contents will cover a broad range of competencies in pharmaceutical and nutraceutical sectors, including drug delivery, pharmaceutical design and processing, nanotechnology, drug regulation and approval, with emphasis on new technology innovation, translational process and commercialised healthcare-related products. The course will be offered in collaboration with relevant pharmaceutical/nutraceutical/biotechnology companies, allowing students to use knowledge and skills to solve drug development problems currently challenging the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industry.
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