PHP 404

Principles of Pharmacology

(4) credit hours
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Pharmacology is one of the vital disciplines in biomedical sciences. It employs the multidisciplinary knowledge in biochemistry, cell biology, chemistry, genetics, neuroscience, pathology, physiology, toxicology, and clinical medicine, to elucidate the mechanisms of action of drugs in treating human diseases. This course represents a collective endeavor of our faculty to the teaching of graduate and senior undergraduate students in UR. It focuses on the fundamental principles of pharmacology, neuropharmacology, cardiovascular pharmacology, and contemporary approaches to drug discovery and design.

Faculty may be contacted directly, or by making an appointment through Lisa Swetz , the course coordinator (telephone, 3-2144). Lisa can also assist you with any administrative problems related to the course.

Suzanne N. Haber, Ph.D. (Course Director)
Mehmet Aktas 5-4775
Jean M. Bidlack, Ph.D.
Paul Brookes 3-1626 5-5547
Stephen R. Hammes 5-2901
Paul J. Kammermeier, Ph.D.
Jignesh Patel 5-5475
Alan V. Smrcka, Ph.D.

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