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MOLECULAR MEDICINE

See Biomedical Sciences.

8214 Molecular Medicine Seminar (2)
  Research topics in molecular medicine, including cellular and behavioral neuroscience, pharmacology, physiology, and pathophysiology. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: BmSc 8210, 8212, and consent of instructor.
8221 The Basic Science of Oncology (3)
  Epidemiology, genetics, viruses, oncogenes, chemical carcinogenesis, radiation carcinogenesis, tumor growth, metastasis, biochemistry of cancer cells, tumor markers, hormones and cancer, cancer immunobiology, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and immunotherapy.
8222 Molecular Oncology (2)
  Seminar course dealing with molecular basis for the topics introduced in MMed 8221.
8280 Neurophysiology and Neuropharmacology (3)
  Basic principles of electrophysiology and electrophysiological techniques. Basic principles of neuropharmacology, including neurobiological basis for mental health and disease.
8282 Neural Development and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (3)
  Basic concepts of neural development, especially of the cerebral cortex, and their relevance to understanding the pathophysiology of neurodevelopmental disorders.
8283 Current Topics in Neuroscience (2)
  May be repeated for credit provided the topic differs.
8998 Advanced Reading and Research (arr.)
  Limited to students preparing for the Doctor of Philosophy general examination. May be repeated for credit.
8999 Dissertation Research (arr.)
  Limited to Doctor of Philosophy candidates. May be repeated for credit.
 

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