Summer Courses

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This is a list of Summer 2019 courses.  For general course descriptions, please search for the course number in the Graduate Catalog. Course names link to the most recent syllabus provided by the course director, or to a course web page. Information shown in italics is subject to confirmation. Please contact course director for more info.

Critical Dates 2019

  • Summer A:  May 13 – June 21, 2019
  • Summer B:  July 1 – August 9, 2019
  • Summer C:  May 13 – August 9, 2019
  • University Holidays (no classes):  May 27 Memorial Day;  June 24-28 Summer Break;  July 4 Independence Day
  • Summer A & C registration May 10, 5:00 p.m.
  • Summer A & C drop/add ends May 14, 5:00 p.m.
  • Summer B Registration June 28, 5:00 p.m.
  • Summer B drop/add ends July 2, 11:59 p.m.

 

Course No. Course Title Credits Dates Day(s) Time Room Course Director

Electives

GMS 5905 Pharmacology Grant Writing 1 Summer C W   5/15 – 6/26 9:00-11:00 R5-231  J Harrison
GMS 5905 Physiology Grant Writing 1 Summer C M 4:00-5:00 M559 A Liu
GMS 5905 Genetics Grant Writing

You must have permission from the course director to register.

1 Summer A Th 1:00-3:00 ARB R2-265 P Wallace & D Bloom
GMS 5905 Immunology/Microbiology Grant Writing Summer C W 1:00-3:00 HME 325 C Mathews
GMS 7944 Practicum in Biomedical Science Education Description: Develop and teach a research-aligned biomedical science and/or biotechnology seminar course (supervised by a professor) to talented high school science students selected for a prestigious summer STEM research apprenticeship program. The high school seniors can earn 3 dual enrollment credits for satisfactory completion of this seminar course. 3 Summer B & C T/TH6/12-7/226:30-8pmTurlington Hall  M. J. Koroly

Advanced Courses

GMS 6224 Medical Molecular Genetics 1 Online Course P Wallace
GMS 6234 Introduction to Phylodynamics 3 Summer C T,Th 1:00-4:00 CGRC 291 M Salemi
GMS 6400C Principles of Medical Physiology 6 Module 2-3 M-F See Syllabus B Stevens
GMS 6405 Fundamentals of Endocrine Physiology 1 Module M-F See Syllabus K Conrad
GMS 6406 Fundamentals of Pulmonary /Respiratory Physiology 1 M-F See Syllabus P Sayeski
GMS 6408 Fundamentals of Renal Physiology 1 M-F See Syllabus J Kolli
GMS 6411 Fundamentals of Cardiovascular & Muscle Physiology 1 M-F See Syllabus E Bruce
GMS 6413 Advanced Topics in Hypertension Research

Requires instructor permission

2 Online Course A Alli
GMS 6414 Advanced Renal Physiology
Requires Instructor permission
2 Online Course J Kolli
GMS 6415 Fundamentals of Gastrointestinal Physiology 1 M-F See Syllabus B Stevens
GMS 6943 Translational Biotechnology Internship 3 Summer C H Baker
GMS 6410 Physiology of Circulation of Blood

Requires instructor permission

2 Online Course P. Sayeski
GMS 6705 Functional Human Neuroanatomy
(Please contact Elizabeth Fisher for permission and section number) NOTE:  BMS students register for the Summer C section, which runs the same time as Summer B.
5 Summer A  M-F 9:00-3:00 CG-67-68 A Dossat
GMS 6750 Molecular Pathobiology of Neural Disease 1 Online Course R Mandel & S Semple-Rowland