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PHRM 7010 Directed Readings in Pharmacology (Fall and Spring)

(Previously offered as 546.x.1-2)

Dr. Stier

Credits: 1-2 credits

Course Description:

This course is intended for advanced-level pharmacology Master’s students who wish to explore, in depth, a particular area of pharmacology. Under the guidance of a faculty member, students read the scientific literature in a field. Topics include: biochemical pharmacology, cardiovascular pharmacology, endocrine pharmacology, immunological pharmacology, molecular pharmacology, neural pharmacology, renal pharmacology, toxicology and more customized topics. Grades are based on examinations and written and oral reports.

Prerequisites:

Independent study. Conferences: 1-2 hrs/wk. Letter-graded. This course may be taken multiple times with a different topic each time.