(S) Molecular Basis of Physiology (3)
Cell signaling mechanisms, molecular basis of physiology and genetic
diseases, and related methodologies used in modern physiological
research. Membrane excitability and electrophysiology, Ca signaling and
cardiovascular function, nuclear receptors and endocrinology,
bioenergetics and cell homeostasis, and molecular basis of genetic
(F) Physiological Basis of Diseases (3)
Systems physiology and disease. Cardiovascular, skeletal muscle,
pulmonary, renal, gastrointestinal, and endocrine systems in the context
of normal function, as well as the effect and consequences of
representative pathophysiological conditions within these systems.
Research in Physiology and Integrative Biology (BA,BA)
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
(S) Biological, Biomedical, and Social Aspects of Aging (3)
History and the economics of aging and aging related disease.
Hormones and Their Receptors (2)
A literature-based seminar course focused on the latest discoveries in mechanisms.
Fondell. Offered every third year.