121 Mammalian Physiology I (5 units) Fall
Instructor(s): I. Mitrovic Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate course in physiology.
Physiology 121 is part I of a two-part course in mammalian physiology. It will cover anatomy and function of the nervous system, the endocrine glands and their secretions, bone and muscle physiology and the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
122 Mammalian Physiology II (1 - 4 units) Winter
Instructor(s): I. Mitrovic Prerequisite(s): Physiology 121 or consent of instructor.
Restrictions: none Activities: Lecture
Physiology 122 is a continuation of a two-part course in mammalian physiology designed primarily for pharmacy and physical therapy students. It covers renal physiology, gastrointestinal physiology and functions of the nervous system including aspects of neurotransmitters, sensory and motor systems. Physical therapy students will register for 1 unit and cover renal physiology content only. Pharmacy students will register for 4 units and cover all content in the course.
198 Supervised Study (1 - 6 units) Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
Instructor(s): Staff Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
Restrictions: None Activities: Block Elective
Library research and directed reading under supervision of a member of the faculty with the approval of the chairperson of the department.
220 Essential Immunology and Immunopathology (2.5 units) Fall
Instructor(s): Staff Prerequisite(s): None
Restrictions: None. Course is designed for first year and more senior Ph.D. program graduate students in every experimental biomedical science program in the SOM or SOP (e.g. Tetrad, CCB, Biophysics, BMI, BMS, Neuroscience, PSPG). Course enrollment does not require prior coursework in immunology . Activities: Lecture, Conference, Project
This course will provide UCSF Ph.D. program graduate students with the essentials of immunology and immunopathology. Course is designed for entering students with interest in translational or clinical research. Interested students should contact the UCSF GEMS Program for additional information.