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Mar 18, 2016 by Lisa Schwartz (lschwartz)
PHRG 4155 : Biomedical Sciences II
Fri, 18 Mar 2016 17:40:27 GMT
Thu, 19 Nov 2015 17:47:36 GMT
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Biomedical Sciences II
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Biomedical Sciences II
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Advanced topics, including immunology, oncology, and medical microbiology. Serves as a foundation for the study of pathophysiology, toxicology, pharmacogenomics, pharmacology, and pharmacotherapeutics.
● Describe the components and functions of the immune system. ● Summarize signal transduction in the immune system. ● Describe the role of the immune system in disease. ● Describe immune system disorders and diseases. ● Identify the roles of genetics, the environment, and mutations in the etiology of cancer. ● Explain the role of the immune system in cancer. ● Identify the roles of infectious disease and immune disorders in cancer. ● Identify and classify the causative agents of infectious disease. ● Compare and contrast bacteria, fungi, viruses, helminths, and protozoa with each other and with human cells. ● Describe the symptoms and target tissues/organs of infectious diseases.
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Course revised and approved by Shenandoah University School of Pharmacy Curriculum Committee in January 2015 and approved by HSCC in March 2015
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Thu, 19 Mar 2015 21:28:23 GMT
Rollback: Rolled back for additional edits
Tue, 29 Sep 2015 16:26:17 GMT
Rollback: Please approve course description as edited for GW Bulletin style: Exploration of advanced topics, including immunology, oncology, and medical microbiology. Serves as a foundation for the study of pathophysiology, toxicology, pharmacogenomics, pharmacology, and pharmacotherapeutics.