David Dubins is an Associate Professor, Teaching Stream at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy. He teaches in three programs: the Graduate Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the Specialist Program in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, and the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
David’s research areas of interest are in bioequivalence, pharmacokinetics, molecular dynamics, microprocessing and education. Previously a pharmacokinetic scientist in industry, he teaches two electives in establishing bioequivalence of pharmaceutical products. His interest in electronics and microprocessing led to the development of two electives and a course textbook for pharmaceutical data acquisition and analysis, relevant to pharmaceutical research and manufacturing. He is currently the Director of the Specialist Program in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, a joint program between the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and the Faculty of Arts & Science at the University of Toronto.