QSAR and molecular modeling


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Jun17-13, 07:03 AM
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Hi everybody! I have a question: if i want to do research on QSAR and molecular modeling (well, if i want to be able to use QSAr and molecular modeling in order to do research), what do i have to study? I am not asking you what BSc and MSc i need, but what courses do i need to take (physical chemistry, mathematics etc...). Could someone make a sort of scheme (for example: first i need calculus 1 to study calculus 2, so i write calculus 1 -> calculus 2...)?
Thank you very much, have a nice day.
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