PHP 403

Cell and Molecular Physiology

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This course is aimed to provide an introduction to the fundamental principles of modern cell and molecular physiology – the basic concepts in the field, the principal research questions, and common methodologies. Emphasis will be on a quantitative approach wherever possible, and the implications of the cellular and molecular principles addressed to the overall physiology of the body, in both healthy and diseased states, will be discussed. Course content will particularly focus on basic cellular physiology, neurobiological, and cardiovascular systems.

Lecturers
Phone
Trevor J. Shuttleworth, Ph.D. Dr. Trevor J. Shuttleworth (Course Director)
5-2076
Paul S. Brookes, Ph.D. Dr. Paul S. Brookes
3-1626
Robert T. Dirksen, Ph.D. Dr. Robert T. Dirksen
5-4824
Angela J. Glading, Ph.D. Dr. Angela J. Glading
3-5750
Denise C. Hocking Dr. Denise C. Hocking
3-1770
Paul J. Kammermeier, Ph.D. Dr. Paul J. Kammermeier
5-5606
Ingrid H. Sarelius, Ph.D. Dr. Ingrid H. Sarelius
5-7729
Viktor Yarotskyy Dr. Victor Yarotskyy
6-3070
David I. Yule, Ph.D. Dr. David I. Yule
3-2154

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