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Hey, I'm thinking about doing pharmacology next year at uni, I was wondering whether the course has a lot of maths in it? I understand that the course will differ at different unis but I was just wondering.
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Yes there is quite a chunk of maths involved. There are lots of equations (sometimes with proofs) and graphs included. (Eg. drug affinity calculations - Michaelis–Menten equation - dose response Hil equation...etc) And potentially, certain university might make you take a statistic module (includes probability, summation notation...etc).
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