Course Information
Course title
Seminar in Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Its Signaling (2) 
Semester
102-2 
Designated for
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE  GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF PHARMACOLOGY  
Instructor
MING JAI SU 
Curriculum Number
Phmco7018 
Curriculum Identity Number
443 M1572 
Class
 
Credits
Full/Half
Yr.
Full 
Required/
Elective
Elective 
Time
Thursday 5,6 
Remarks
The upper limit of the number of students: 30. 
 
Table of Core Capabilities and Curriculum Planning
Table of Core Capabilities and Curriculum Planning
Course Syllabus
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Course Description

REVIEW ARTICLES ARE SELECTED FROM VARIOUS JOURNALS INCLUDE TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCE, TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCE, TRENDS IN BIOCHEMICAL SCIENCE, ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY, ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSIOLOGY, ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL BIOLOGY. THE STUDENT CAN LEARN THE GENERAL CONCEPT OF A SPECIFIC THEME FROM THE READING OF THIS REVIEW ARTICLE. BESIDES, ORIGINAL ARTICLES ARE SELECTED FROM VARIOUS JOURNALS INCLUDE MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY, PROC. NATL ACAD SCI USA, MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY, JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY, NEURON, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELL CARDIOLOGY, CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH, CIRCULATION RESEARCH AND CIRCULATION. FROM THE READING OF THESE ORIGINAL ARTICLES THE STUDENTS CAN LEARN THE PHYSIOLOGICAL, BIOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL REGULATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION AND THE MOST RECENT INTEREST AND PROGRESS IN THIS RESEARCH FIELD. THE OBJECT OF THIS COURSE IS TO TRAIN THE STUDENT IN INDEPENDENT THINKING, RESEARCH DESIGN AND PAPER WRITING CAPABILITIES.
AT THE BEGINNING, THE SUPERVISOR WILL EXPLAIN TO THE JUNIOR STUDENTS ABOUT THE CONCEPT OF THE SELECTED ARTICLE. CONTINUED WITH THIS PROGRESSION OF THE COURSE, THE SELECTED ARTICLE BECOME MORE DIFFERENT. THE STUDENT WILL THEN CHAIR THE SEMINAR. THE SUPERVISOR ONLY MAKE SOME NECESSARY SUPPLEMENT AND EXPLANATION.
 

Course Objective
THIS IS A SELECTIVE COURSE PRIMARILY FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS FROM DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY. STUDENTS FROM OTHER DEPARTMENT CAN REGISTER IN THE COURSE. LITERATURE SURVEY AND ORAL PRESENTATION OF THE ORIGINAL ARTICLE BY STUDENTS ARE HELD WEEKLY FROM 1:00 TO 3:00 PM ON WEDNESDAY UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF DEPARTMENT FACULTIES. EACH STUDENT SHOULD PRESENT AN ARTICLE IN EACH OF THE FIRST AND SECOND SEMESTER COURSE. EACH OF THE SEMESTER COURSE HAS TWO CREDITS. 
Course Requirement
THE CAPABILITY TO DIGEST, JUDGE AND INTEGRATE THE CONCEPT OF THE SELECTED ARTICLE IS SCORED. 
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