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2020-2021 Graduate Catalog 
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PHSI 6900 - Special Problems

(3 credits)
Prerequisites: Medical Physiology 5500.

This course will provide the student with a critical appraisal of current and classical experimental approaches to the various fields of physiologic interest. Students will be introduced to review literature in the field and will be stimulated to a critical examination of the investigative literature. The course will be conducted as a series of seminars with presentations by faculty, students, and selected investigators. In some areas of inquiry, laboratory exercises will be provided. The fields of interest will cycle over a period of about three years. The current subject matter will be announced at the beginning of each semester. Areas of interest will include: cell biology; cardiovascular, endocrine, pulmonary, and renal physiology; microcirculation and exercise physiology; neurophysiology. This course may be taken repeatedly for credit. Three hours lecture and demonstration per week.

When Offered: Variable.

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