PHRM 201 Introduction to General Pharmacology (2) Drugs discussed with emphasis on sites and mechanism of action, toxicity, fate, and uses of major therapeutic agents. Pre: mammalian physiology and dental hygiene major. DB
PHRM 203 General Pharmacology (3) Similar to 201 but wider in scope of drugs discussed. Intended for undergraduates in the health sciences and related fields. Pre: mammalian physiology. DB
PHRM 499 Directed Reading and Research (V) Directed reading and research in experimental pharmacology. Pre: consent.
PHRM 500 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1) Enrollment for degree completion. Pre: master’s Plan B or C candidate and consent.
PHRM 512 (Alpha) Unit II Concurrent Elective (1) Elective course for first-year medical students. CR/NC only. (B) cardiovascular pharmacology; (C) topics in pharmacology. Pre: BIOM 551 and consent. Spring only.
PHRM 513 Unit III Topics in Pharmacology (1) Elective for first-year medical students. CR/NC only. Pre: BIOM 551 and consent. Spring only.
PHRM 514 Unit IV Topics in Pharmacology (1) Elective for second-year medical students. CR/NC only. Pre: BIOM 551 and consent. Fall only.
PHRM 515 Unit V Topics in Pharmacology (1) Elective for second-year medical students. CR/NC only. Pre: BIOM 551 and consent. Spring only.
PHRM 525 Review of Pharmacology (1) Elective for second-year medical students, objective to be determined by contract. One option is a review for USMLE Step 1. CR/NC only. Pre: BIOM 551. Spring only.
PHRM 600 Pharmacology: Actions and Uses of Drugs (9) Systematic consideration of history, chemistry, actions, dangers, fates, uses of major classes of drugs in medicine. Pre: consent.
PHRM 613 Seminar in Pharmacology (1) Reporting and discussion of current research in pharmacology.
PHRM 614 Seminar in Pharmacology (1) Continuation of 613.
PHRM 635 Experimental Chemotherapy (2) Use of anticancer, antiviral, and immunosuppressive drugs at clinical and investigative levels evaluated from the experimental bases of chemoprophylaxis and chemotherapy. Pre: consent. (Alt. years)
PHRM 637 Advanced Autonomic and Autacoid Pharmacology (2) Selected topics on autacoid agents and drugs affecting the autonomic nervous system. Repeatable. Pre: consent. (Alt. years)
PHRM 639 Advanced Cardiovascular Pharmacology (2) Selected topics on drug effects on cardiac and vascular smooth muscle. Repeatable. Pre: consent. (Alt. years)
PHRM 640 Neuropharmacology (2) Physiology and pharmacology of peripheral and central nervous systems with particular emphasis on chemistry of synapses and on modes of synaptic transmission. Pre: consent. (Alt. years)
PHRM 641 Pharmacological Techniques (V) Program in which new students rotate through labs of faculty members to become familiar with ongoing research projects and techniques. Pre: consent.
PHRM 699 Directed Research (V)
PHRM 700 Thesis Research (V)
PHRM 800 Dissertation Research (V)
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