BIOL 1260: PYSIOLOGICAL PHARMACOLOGY, Section 02 PFIZER CLASS SCHEDULE: FALL, 2015

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1 BIOL 1260: PYSIOLOGICAL PHARMACOLOGY, Section 02 PFIZER CLASS SCHEDULE: FALL, 2015 Presents drugs in the context of the diseases they treat. A group of the most commonly prescribed drugs is discussed in terms of their fundamental modes of action and clinical importance. Previous course work or knowledge of physiology is helpful but not required. This course satisfies a Core Requirement within the Brown-Pfizer Master of Arts in Biology curriculum Course Objectives: 1) To become familiar with the basic principles related to the use of drugs for treating human disorders. 2) To understand the mechanism of action of therapeutically useful drugs. 3) To appreciate the limitations of drug therapy and the possibilities for future drug development. Course Instructors: Dr. Robert L. Patrick Department of Neuroscience Brown University Box GL-N-364 Providence, RI Tel: (401) Dr. John Marshall Department of Molecular Pharmacology, Physiology and Biotechnology Brown University Box G-B489 Tel: (401) ~ 1 ~

2 Dr. Patrick Dr. Marshall ~ 2 ~

3 Course Text: Principles of Pharmacology: The Pathophysiologic Basis of Drug Therapy, David E. Golan, Armen H. Tashjiam, Jr., Ehrin J. Armstrong and April W. Armstrong, 3 rd Edition, Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, ISBN Grade Determinants: Weekly Quizzes: 75% Term Paper: 25% Quizzes: There will be a total of 13 quizzes, starting with the second week of classes. These will be based on the lecture material from the preceding week. Students will take the quiz on-line using the Canvas on-line course page, and, once started, the quiz will have a time limit. The lowest quiz score will be dropped so that each student quiz grade will be based on 12 quizzes each worth 6.25%, totaling 75% of the final grade. Term Paper: Here is your chance to become an expert on a pharmacology-related topic! Papers should be 8-10 pages (double spaced) in length (not including figures and references) and should make use of at least 5 original scientific journal articles. Review articles can be included as an addition to the 5 required original articles. You should have your topic approved by one of the instructors before initiating the paper. You must complete the term paper assignment in order to get credit for the course. ~ 3 ~

4 BIOL 1260: Physiological Pharmacology Date TOPIC TEXT CHAPTER INSTRUCTOR FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF PHARMACOLOGY Sep 9 Pharmacodynamics Dr. Patrick Introduction; Drug-Receptor Interactions 1 Pharmacodynamics: Dose-Response 2 Relationships Sep 16 Pharmacokinetics: Part I Dr. Patrick Drug Absorption, 3 Distribution, Metabolism and Excretion 4 Drug Toxicity 5 Sep 23 Pharmacokinetics: Part II Dr. Patrick Pharmacogenomics 6 Drug Delivery Modalities 54 Drug Development Drug Discovery and Preclinical 49 Development Clinical Drug Evaluation and Regulatory 50 Approval Systematic Detection of Adverse Events in 51 Marketed Drugs AUTONOMC AND PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM PHARMACOLOGY Sep 30 Cholinergic Pharmacology 9 Dr. Patrick Adrenergic Pharmacology 10 Oct 7 Pharmacology of Cholesterol and 19 Dr. Marshall Lipoprotein Metabolism Pharmacology of Volume Regulation 20 Pharmacology of Vascular Tone 21 ~ 4 ~

5 Week TOPIC TEXT CHAPTER INSTRUCTOR CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY Oct 14 Pharmacology of Hemostasis and 22 Dr. Marshall Thrombosis Pharmacology of Cardiac Rhythm 23 Pharmacology of Cardiac Contractility 24 Integrative Cardiovascular Pharmacology 25 PRINCIPLES OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM PHARMACOLOGY Oct 21 Pharmacology of GABAergic 12 Dr. Patrick and Glutamatergic Neurotransmission Pharmacology of Dopaminergic 13 Neurotransmission Oct 28 Pharmacology of Serotonergic and 14 Dr. Patrick Central Adrenergic Neurotransmission Pharmacology of Abnormal Electrical 15 Neurotransmission in the CNS Nov 4 Pharmacology of Analgesia 17 Dr. Patrick Pharmacology of Drug Dependence and 18 Addiction PRINCIPLES OF ENDOCRINE PHARMACOLOGY I Nov 11 Pharmacology of the Hypothalamus 26 Dr. Marshall and Pituitary Gland Pharmacology of the Thyroid Gland 27 Pharmacology of the Adrenal Cortex 28 Pharmacology of Reproduction 29 ~ 5 ~

6 Week TOPIC TEXT CHAPTER Nov 18 PRINCIPLES OF ENDOCRINE PHARMACOLOGY II INSTRUCTOR Pharmacology of the Endocrine Pancreas 30 Dr. Marshall Pharmacology of Bone Mineral 31 Homeostasis PRINCIPLES OF CHEMOTHERAPY I Principles of Antimicrobial and 32 Antineoplastic Pharmacology Pharmacology of Bacterial Infections: DNA 33 Replication, Transcription and Translation Pharmacology of Bacterial Infections: Cell 34 Wall Synthesis Nov 25 No Class: Thanksgiving PRINCIPLES OF CHEMOTHERAPY II Dec 2 Pharmacology of Viral Infections 37 Dr. Marshall Pharmacology of Cancer: Genome 38 Synthesis, Stability, and Maintenance Pharmacology of Cancer: Signal 39 Transduction Principles of Combination Chemotherapy 40 Dec 9 Last Day Of Class: TERM PAPERS DUE See Next Page For Dec 9 Class Topics ~ 6 ~

7 Week TOPIC TEXT CHAPTER INSTRUCTOR PRINCIPLES OF INFLAMMATION PHARMACOLOGY Dec 9 Pharmacology of Eicosanoids 42 Dr. Patrick Histamine Pharmacology 43 Integrative Inflammation Pharmacology: 46 Peptic Ulcer Disease Integrative Inflammation Pharmacology: 47 Asthma FRONTIERS IN PHARMACOLOGY Protein-Based Therapies 53 ~ 7 ~

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