PHARMACOLOGY TRACK GRADUATE PROGRAM

Curriculum

 

Required Courses

CSBL 5095 - Experimental Design and Data Analysis
INTD 5000 - Fundamentals of Biomedical Sciences
INTD 5008 - IMGP Laboratory Rotations
INTD 6002 - Ethics in Research
INTD 6090 PHA - Pharmacology Seminar
INTD 6097 PHA - Research
INTD 7099 PHA - Dissertation
PHAR 5013 - Principles of Pharmacology
PHAR 5014 - Therapeutics
PHAR 5020 - Basics of Research Design
PHAR 5092 - Pharmacology Research Practicum

 

 

Elective Courses

BIOC 6033 - Cell Signaling Mechanisms
CSBL 6048 - Molecular Biology of Aging
INTD 5040 - Fundamentals of Neuroscience I: Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Neuroscience
INTD 5043 - Fundamentals of Neuroscience II: Systems Neuroscience
INTD 5047 - Neuroanatomy
INTD 5067 - Introduction to Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
INTD 6041 - Basic Science Resident Lecture Series in Neurology
INTD 6071 PHA - Supervised Teaching
INTD 7074 - Topics in Translational Medical Product Development

PHAR 5091.001 - New Views on Monoaminergic Neurotransmission: Are Transporters Important?

PHAR 5091.002 - Drug Discovery: Nuts & Bolts

PHAR 5091.003 - Historical Perspectives of Receptor Theory

PHAR 5091.004 - Cell Membrane Microdomains and Signaling

PHAR 5091.006 - Serotonin: From Soup (Transmission) to Nuts (Behavior)

PHAR 5091.009 - Current Issues in Basic Research on Mechanisms of Epilepsy

PHAR 5091.010 - Appetite Control: Adiposity Hormones and Neuropeptides

PHAR 5091.011 - Fundamentals of Behavioral Pharmacology

PHAR 5091.012 - Therapeutics: Autonomic Pharmacology

PHAR 5091.013 - Therapeutics: Cardiovascular-Renal Pharmacology

PHAR 5091.014 - Therapeutics: Central Nervous System Pharmacotherapeutics

PHAR 5091.015 - Therapeutics: Chemotherapy

PHAR 5091.016 - Therapeutics: Endocrine Pharmacology

PHAR 5091.017 - Therapeutics: Pharmacological Management of Pain

PHAR 5091.018 - G protein-coupled receptor heteromers: pharmacological and physiological relevance

PHAR 6020 - Molecular & Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics

PHAR 6025 - Molecular Pharmacology

PHAR 6027 - Fundamentals of Neuroethics

PHAR 7002 - Bridging the Gap from Bench to Bedside: Pharmacology Clinical Practicum

PHAR 7003 - Electrophysiology in Neuroscience Research

 

 

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