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PHM 832 - Applied Integrative Pharmacology Lab*

Description

Integrative and organ-level pharmacology. Regulatory issues in the use of experimental animals, animal models of diseases, animal and tissue preparation for whole-animal and organ-level pharmacology experiments, experimental design, data collection, data analysis, and data interpretation.

Requirements

PHM 813 (or concurrently), PHM 819 and PHM 830; acceptance to MS in Integrative Pharmacology Program. Approval of department.

Recommended Textbooks

None required

Instructor(s)

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.

Semesters

Online Summer

Credits

3

Programs

MS/Integrative Pharmacology (Required)

Type

Science