Spring 2017

Fall 2016

Spring 2017

NOTE: these offerings are not yet official and are subject to change.

CMED 712 Biology and Pathophysiology of Laboratory Animals I David Hamilton
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA    Time: TBA    Place: TBA Credit: 2
This course expands on much of the material covered in 711 COMED. Emphasis will be placed on the following species: mice, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, and hamsters. Subjects to be covered include the taxonomy, applied anatomy and physiology, pharmacology, genetics, immunology, nutrition, behavior, husbandry, use as an animal model, and in-depth pathophysiology of significant diseases of each species. Laboratory procedures available for diagnosing these diseases will be discussed, including their limitations and how adventitious pathogens disrupt and confound experimental results derived from infected animals. Emphasis will be placed on features that make a particular species uniquely suitable for certain types of research. Prerequisite(s): CMED 711 Essentials of Animal Experimentation
IP 801 Integrity in the Conduct of Scientific Research Terrence Ackerman
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 02/19/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 04/30/2013
Day : Tu    Time : 3-5 pm    Place : TBA
Credit: 1
This course consists of a study of the ethical principles and related federal and state laws that govern scientific research. Through a combination of lecture and case study discussion, students learn both the substance and application to scientific research of ethical principles and related laws. Topics addressed include research with human subjects, research with animals, the use of human biological materials, privacy and confidentiality of research and medical records, conflicts of interest, scientific misconduct, ownership of research, responsible reporting of research, and ethical training practices. The grade awarded to a student is based on the student's performance on a written midterm examination and a written final examination. The grade awarded will be Pass or Fail. The minimum score required to pass the course is 70, calculated as an average of the scores achieved on the midterm and final examinations.
PHAC 832 Entrepreneurship in Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Richard Magid
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/09/2013     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/08/2013
Day : Wed    Time : 3-5 pm    Place : TBA
Credit: 2
This course will introduce fundamental concepts of business and entrepreneurship in the biomedical and pharmaceutical industries. The focus of the course will be on how to evaluate an idea for a new product or service, fundamentals of finance and law, how to prepare a business plan and elevator pitch, types of funding that are available for a new business, and how life science product development differs from research. Throughout the semester students will develop an elevator pitch and business plan based around an idea of their choice, culminating in presentations to the class and an outside panel. Prerequisite(s): None

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Fall 2016

CMED 711 Essentials of Animal Experimentation Tim Mandrell
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 08/21/2008     Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 12/18/2008
Day : Th    Time : 9-12    Place : Coleman B106 Credit: 2
This course is designed to provide an overview of appropriate and effective use of animals in biomedical research. Topics to be covered include regulatory requirements, biomethodology, principles of experimental animal surgery, postoperative veterinary care, and animal care and use procedures. Emphasis is placed on practical experience with living animals and practice of techniques under anesthesia. No text is required. Scheduling of lecture and laboratory will be done following registration to accommodate other courses and time obligations.

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