Graduate Medical (GRMD)

Courses

GRMD 353. Medical Fdns of Medicine. 3 Credits.

Fundamental vocabulary, concepts, and methods of molecular genetics, cell physiology, biochemistry and metabolism including cell-cell and cell-environment communication, cell proliferation and cell death. Pre/co-requisite: Graduate standing; permission of the Instructor; six credits coursework, plus two credits lab in Biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry and Physics.

GRMD 354. Medical Human Struc & Fnction. 4-8 Credits.

Combination of gross anatomy, histology, embryology, physiology and medical imagine to present an integrated overview of the human body. Pre/co-requisites: Graduate standing; Instructor permission; six credits coursework, plus two credits lab in Biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry and Physics; graduate cousework in Cell Biology or Biochemistry.

GRMD 355. Medical Attacks & Defenses. 4 Credits.

Principles of hematology, immunology, microbiology, toxicology, pathology, pharmacology, and neoplasia as a foundation to pathophysiology and therapeutics. Pre/co-requisite: Graduate standing; Instructor permission; six credits coursework plus two credits lab in Biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry and Physics; graduate coursework in Cell Biology or Biochemistry and Anatomy & Physiology.

GRMD 356. Medical Nutr, Metab, & GI Syst. 5 Credits.

Organizes studies in nutrition, organ systems metabolism and the gastrointestinal and endocrine systems through integrated lessons in cell biology, biochemistry, normal and pathologic anatomy, pharmacology, physiology, pathophysiology and microbiology. Pre/co-requisite: Graduate standing; permission of the Instructor; six credits coursework, plus two credits lab in Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, and an introduction to immunology, microbiology, toxicology, pathology and pharmacology.

GRMD 357. Medical Neural Science. 6 Credits.

Organize study of the human nervous and behavioral system through lessons that integrate cell metabolism, endocrinology, normal and pathologic anatomy, pharmacology, physiology, pathophysiology and psychopathology. Pre/co-requisite: Graduate standing; permission of the Instructor; six credits coursework plus two credits lab in Biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry and Physics; Graduate coursework in Cell biology or Biochemistry, human anatomy & physiology, and an introduction to immunology, microbiology, toxicology, pathology and pharmacology.

GRMD 358. Medical Connections. 1 Credit.

Introduction to musculoskeletal and integumentary systems that integrates cell metabolism, endocrinology, normal and pathologic anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology, and pharmacology. Pre/co-requisite: Graduate standing; Instructor permission; six credits coursework plus two credits lab in biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry and physics; graduate coursework in cell biology or biochemistry, human anatomy and physiology, and an introduction to immunology, microbiology, toxicology, pathology, and pharmacology.

GRMD 359. Medical Cardio,Resp,Renal Syst. 6 Credits.

Organizes studies in the cardiovascular, respiratory and renal system through lessons that integrate cell metabolism, endocrinology, normal and pathologic anatomy, pharmacology, physiology and pathophysiology. Pre/co-requisite: graduate standing; permission of the Instructor; six credits coursework plus two credits lab in biology or biochemistry, human anatomy and physiology, and an introduction to immunology, microbiology, toxicology, pathology and pharmacology.

GRMD 360. Medical Generations. 5 Credits.

Organizes studies in reproduction, development and aging through lessons that integrate behavioral development, cell and molecular biology, endocrinology, normal and pathologic anatomy, pharmacology, physiology and pathophysiology. Pre/co-requisite: Graduate standing; permission of the Instructor; six credits coursework plus two credits lab in biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry and physics; graduate coursework in cell biology or biochemistry, human anatomy and physiology, and an introduction to immunology, microbiology, toxicology, pathology and pharmacology.