Pharmacology

Fall 2016 Course Offerings
PHAR 610 Medical Pharmacology Trevor Sweatman
Start date:  2016-08-15    End date:  2016-12-16
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  4
This course is designed to give students a fundamental knowledge of the interactions between drugs and living systems. Drug mechanisms of action and drug interactions are emphasized. Principles of drug metabolism, synergism, antagonism, accumulation and toxicity are also discussed. Selected laboratory experiments elucidate the mechanisms of drug actions. (didactic, lecture)
PHAR 800 Master's Thesis and Research George Cook
Start date:  2016-08-15    End date:  2016-12-16
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
Research performed under the direction and supervision of the respective student's advisor, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science. (didactic, lecture)
PHAR 801 Foundations of Pharmacology Trevor Sweatman
Start date:  2016-07-27    End date:  2016-12-16
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  4
The functional regulation of major organ systems by neuronal and/or hormonal influences is described in a lecture and discussion-based format. Opportunities for drug intervention both in health and in selected disease processes are examined, the corresponding intracellular signaling processes described and the rationalization for and limitations of such treatments discussed. (didactic, lecture)
PHAR 802 Current Topics in Clinical Pharmacology Parker Suttle
Start date:  2016-08-15    End date:  2016-12-16
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  2
A student-led short-presentation and group-discussion course that examines important regulatory, social and economic issues surrounding contemporary drug treatment. (didactic, lecture)
PHAR 819 Pharmacology Research Seminar Burt Sharp
Start date:  2016-08-15    End date:  2016-12-16
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  2
This is the weekly research seminar program in the Program in Pharmacology. Speakers include faculty from the Program in Pharmacology, other programs from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and from outside institutions. Enrollment is limited to graduate students in the Program in Pharmacology. (didactic, lecture)
Spring 2017 Course Offerings
PHAR 610 Medical Pharmacology Trevor Sweatman
Start date:  2017-01-03    End date:  2017-06-30
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  4
This course is designed to give students a fundamental knowledge of the interactions between drugs and living systems. Drug mechanisms of action and drug interactions are emphasized. Principles of drug metabolism, synergism, antagonism, accumulation and toxicity are also discussed. Selected laboratory experiments elucidate the mechanisms of drug actions. (didactic, lecture)
PHAR 800 Master's Thesis and Research George Cook
Start date:  2017-01-03    End date:  2017-06-16
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
Research performed under the direction and supervision of the respective student's advisor, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science. (didactic, lecture)
PHAR 801 Foundations of Pharmacology Trevor Sweatman
Start date:  2017-01-03    End date:  2017-06-30
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  2
The functional regulation of major organ systems by neuronal and/or hormonal influences is described in a lecture and discussion-based format. Opportunities for drug intervention both in health and in selected disease processes are examined, the corresponding intracellular signaling processes described and the rationalization for and limitations of such treatments discussed. (didactic, lecture)
PHAR 802 Current Topics in Clinical Pharmacology Parker Suttle
Start date:  2017-01-03    End date:  2017-06-30
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  2
A student-led short-presentation and group-discussion course that examines important regulatory, social and economic issues surrounding contemporary drug treatment. (didactic, lecture)
PHAR 819 Pharmacology Research Seminar Burt Sharp
Start date:  2017-01-03    End date:  2017-06-30
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  2
This is the weekly research seminar program in the Program in Pharmacology. Speakers include faculty from the Program in Pharmacology, other programs from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and from outside institutions. Enrollment is limited to graduate students in the Program in Pharmacology. (didactic, lecture)
PHAR 840 Special Topics George Cook
Start date:  2017-01-03    End date:  2017-06-30
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
Directed readings or special course in topics of current interest. (didactic, seminar)
Event times are U.S. Central time zone

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