PHM 813 - Cardiovascular Pharmacology & Toxicology*
Cardiovascular signal transduction and control in normal and pathophysiologic states.
- Cardiovascular anatomy and physiology
- Receptors and signaling pathways involved in the cardiovascular system
- Cardiovascular toxicology
- Heart failure
- Coronary artery disease
- Pharmacological interventions
- Current research findings in cardiovascular pharmacology
Undergraduate courses in biology and chemistry, or approval of department.
It is also expected that the student will have a basic understanding of physiology from previous coursework.
Contact instructor for textbook information.
Dr. William Jackson holds a PhD from Michigan State University, and specializes in microvascular cell ion channel physiology and pharmacology, control of peripheral arteriolar tone and local control of bloodflow.
- MS/Pharmacology and Toxicology
- MS/Integrative Pharmacology
(required prerequisite for PHM 832)
- Grad Cert/SafetyPhm
- 730 MSU program Students
- 731 Lifelong In-State
- 732 Lifelong Out-State