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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.


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