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2008-09-25 16:19

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 Generic Drug Song [Off Topic]

Hi everyone,

On the lighter side...

I teach a course in bioequivalence at the University of Toronto, and as a fun sort of project, came up with a generic drug song. Check it out! Best, -Dave

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSzgp6XzrwA


David Dubins, Ph.D., B.Eng.
Instructor and Laboratory Coordinator
Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
University of Toronto
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2008-09-25 16:40

@ ddubins
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 Generic Drug Song

Hi Dave,

wow, great fun!
I always thought my lectures (80 slides in 40 minutes) are hardcore stuff - but you are doing the same in 8:11 minutes! Do you also own a 'generic' Fender Stratocaster ? :lol3:

I'm impressed by the volunteers lining up in front of this nice clinic; in order to reduce variability we probably should learn to go with these guys:

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ddubins
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Toronto,
2008-09-26 03:58

@ Helmut
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 Generic Drug Song

Thanks!!! And thanks for the youtube comment. I ended up using selected slides from about 6 lectures. I had a telecaster a while back but never a Fender strat. I'm more of a Les Paul guy.

Borg would be the ultimate subjects, but then the clinic temperature would have to be 39.1 degC and the humidity 92% :-D

Best,
-Dave


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2008-09-26 17:39

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 Generic Drug Song

Hi Dave!

» I'm more of a Les Paul guy.

Yeah, that's just a matter of taste.

» Borg would be the ultimate subjects, but then the clinic temperature would have to be 39.1 degC and the humidity 92% :-D

… not to forget atmospheric pressure of approximately 102 kPa, and trace amounts of tetryon particles. ;-)

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