PHYO 51003 General Physiology
This course is a lecture-based survey of mammalian organ systems physiology with emphasis on human physiology. Each of the major organ systems, including cardiovascular, pulmonary, renal, and gastrointestinal, are covered along with related aspects of cell physiology, endocrinology and neurophysiology.
Course Director: Roy Morello, Ph.D.
PHYO 51033 Cellular and Molecular Endocrinology
This graduate course combines didactic lectures and in-class discussions of scientific papers focusing on the fundamentals of hormone action and signal transduction at the cellular and molecular levels. Emphasis is on conceptual understanding and critical thinking/discussion of key mechanisms and experimental approaches in molecular endocrinology with applicability to other areas of biology.
Course Director: Rosalia Simmen, Ph.D.
NDBS 51033 Cell Biology
The structure and function of cells and cellular organelles with particular attention to how these interact in larger units of organization. (Same as ANAT 5093 and BIOC 5093)
Course Director: Melanie Macnicol, Ph.D.
PHYO 51093 Regulation of Gene Expression
The focus of this course is on the various processes involved in the flow of information from genes to their expressed products. Regulation of these processes are explored in depth for both prokaryotic and eukaryotic systems. Topics include: genomic organization, DNA replication and recombination, transcription, RNA processing, translation, genomics and proteomics, differentiation and development. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Course Director: Patricia A. Wight, Ph.D.
PHYO 61044 Molecular Cell Biology
Lectures and discussion of relevant publications that cover major processes in cell biology. Classes will emphasize the molecular models and experimental data that describe these cell processes. Topics include nuclear import/export, protein secretion and trafficking, endocytosis and excytosis, cell cycle control and signal transduction. Prerequisite: Prior course in cell biology or consent; course in biochemistry or molecular biology recommended.
Course Director: Vladimir Lupashin, Ph.D.