IMS Prog. Interdepartmental Sciences

Courses

IMSP 502S Medicine and Society I 3.0 Credits

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is IMS.

IMSP 503S Medicine and Society II 2.0 Credits

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

IMSP 505S CLINICAL FRAMEWORK 0.0 Credits

College/Department: College of Medicine
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

IMSP 506S Medical Professionalism and Leadership 3.0 Credits

An examination of medical ethics within the context of US society and the leadership roles and responsibilities of the healthcare professionals who establish and are, ultimately, guided by them.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

IMSP 513S Medical Biochemistry 8.0 Credits

This course is a study of the basic principles and regulatory processes governing the chemistry of life with a special emphasis on changes that occur as a result of a pathologic condition. The purpose of the course is to provide rigorous training in the biochemical systems and pathways needed to understand clinical medicine. The pace and content-level of the course is designed to be similar to that given to a first year medical student; in fact many of the large group lectures will be taken from an actual first year medical biochemistry course. We will compare and contrast normal biochemical pathways/systems to a wide variety of different pathologic conditions, ranging from lead poisoning to inherited metabolic disorders.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

IMSP 522S Medical Physiology I 3.5 Credits

This course is designed to provide you with the fundamental concepts in human physiology for your future as a healthcare professional. This information will be categorized into seven sections across two semesters. In the spring term Pulmonary, Gastrointestinal, Renal, and Reproductive Physiology will be covered. We will primarily focus on normal physiological function of the major human organ systems but will introduce pathophysiology when it reinforces or highlights a particular physiological mechanism. To accomplish our goal of helping you help yourself learn and integrate this material, we use various approaches including lectures, lecture notes, learning objectives, readings from textbooks and primary sources, group conferences, clinical case examples, and formal self-studies.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

IMSP 523S Medical Physiology II 3.5 Credits

This course is designed to provide you with the fundamental concepts in human physiology for your future career as a health professional. This information will be categorized into seven sections across two semesters. In the fall term Cell & Muscle Physiology, Endocrine Regulation of Body Systems, and Autonomic & Cardiovascular Physiology will be covered, and in the spring term Pulmonary, Gastrointestinal, Renal, and Reproductive Physiology will be covered. We will primarily focus on normal physiological function of the major human organ systems but will introduce pathophysiology when it reinforces or highlights a particular physiological mechanism. To accomplish our goal of helping you help yourself learn and integrate medical physiology, we use various approaches including lectures, lecture notes, etc.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: IMSP 522S [Min Grade: C]

IMSP 530S BASIC IMMUNOLOGY 1.5 Credit

College/Department: College of Medicine
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is IMS.

IMSP 542S Medical Microanatomy I 5.0 Credits

This course describes the tissues of the body with an emphasis on the structure of normal cells, their specializations and methods of acting together to form tissues and organs. The normal structure-function relationships at the subcellular, cellular and tissue levels are emphasized. This course provides students with a framework for recognizing and interpreting the changes seen in disease states.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

IMSP 543S Medical Microanatomy II 3.0 Credits

This course describes the tissues of the body with an emphasis on the structure of normal cells, their specializations and methods of acting together to form tissues and organs. The normal structure-function relationships at the subcellular, cellular and tissue levels are emphasized. This course provides students with a framework for recognizing and interpreting the changes seen in disease states.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: IMSP 542S [Min Grade: C]

IMSP 544S Medical Immunology I 1.5 Credit

This course is designed to provide a foundation in the basic concepts of immunology and then illustrate the role of the immune system in clinical medicine. It commences with the important components (cells, tissues, antibodies, immunoglobulins, and cytokines) involved in regulation and host defense against infectious agents. Introductory lectures serve to describe and differentiate between innate mechanisms and adaptive immunity mediated by functional B and T lymphocytes and their products. B cell and T cell activation, regulation, and tolerance will be described. Cellular interactions between cells and the cytokines made by helper T cell subsets and other components of the immune system (B cells, CTL., NK cells, macrophages, eosinophils etc.) will be integrated.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

IMSP 545S Medical Immunology II 1.5 Credit

The Basic Immunology course is designed to provide a foundation in the basic concepts of immunology and then illustrate the role of the immune system in clinical medicine. It commences with the important components (cells, tissues, antibodies, immunoglobulins, and cytokines) involved in regulation and host defense against infectious agents. Introductory lectures serve to describe and differentiate between innate mechanisms and adaptive immunity mediated by functional B and T lymphocytes and their products. B cell and T cell activation, regulation, and tolerance will be described. Cellular interactions between cells and the cytokines made by helper T cell subsets and other components of the immune system (B cells, CTL., NK cells, macrophages, eosinophils etc.) will be integrated.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: IMSP 544S

IMSP 552S Medical Nutrition 1.0 Credit

The goal of the course is to introduce some of the basic concepts of nutrition, to familiarize the student with the complexities of the issues with in-depth considerations of selected nutrients, and to consider the role of nutrition in a few clinical situations. This is intended to be a base upon which to build a more complete understanding of nutrition as topics with nutrition content arises formally and informally in the student's future. It is impossible even to introduce the entirety of the science of Nutrition in so short a time. Hence, a modest number of important topics have been chosen to be studied in detail, in the hope that if the student knows these well, the student will be able to deal more easily with the complexities of other areas.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

IMSP 562S Medical Neuroanatomy 6.0 Credits

This course will provide extensive information regarding structure and function relationships in the central nervous system. It will also provide introductory information on neurophysiology, cellular neuroscience and systems neuroscience topics.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

IMSP 602S MEDICAL NEUROSCIENCE 5.0 Credits

This first year medical school course will introduce the student to the principles of organization and function of the human nervous system in lecture and laboratory format. Emphasis is placed on the major nuclei, pathways and divisions of the human central and peripheral nervous systems, their functional roles and their dysfunction during certain pathological processes and following injury. Clinical cases are presented throughout the course to assist the student in clinical diagnoses and treatment of nervous system disorders.

College/Department: College of Medicine
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

IMSP T580S Special Topics in Interdepartmental Medical Science 12.0 Credits

Topics decided upon by faculty will vary within the area of study.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

IMSP T680S Special Topics in Interdepartmental Medical Science 12.0 Credits

Topics decided upon by faculty will vary within the area of study.

College/Department: COM School of Biomedical Sciences & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

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