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MBS 612 - Systems Pharmacology I

This course will introduce the student to the use, mechanism of action and physiological properties of major families of drugs that affect the cardiovascular system, autonomic nervous system (ANS) and central nervous system (CNS). Lectures will provide an overview of nervous/cardiovascular system physiology as well as pathophysiology that results from various diseases, disorders and injuries. Drugs used to treat these conditions and their mechanisms of action will be described in detail. Both classical drugs and newer classes of drugs will be discussed for both their therapeutic value and also their use in different research settings. This course will be taught using a combination of traditional didactic lectures and student participation through discussion of seminal research papers and presentations. This course is a companion course to BMS 613 (Systems Pharmacology II).
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