MOLECULAR NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
PYC 7010/IBS 7050
Winter Semester 2015

Tuesdays and Thursdays   
8:30A.M. - 9:50A.M.
Scott Hall, Room 3125

 


 

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Date (click forstreaming video)                       Topic

Chapter

Professor

1

Jan 13

Introduction; Principles of Pharmacokinetics

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Galloway

2

Jan 15

Basic Principles of Neuropharmacology and Pharmacodynamics

1

Galloway

3

Jan 20

Neuronal Cell Types: Interactions and Anatomy

2

Galloway

4`

Jan 22

The Membrane Potential

2

Perrine

5

Jan 27

The Action Potential and its Molecular Basis

2

Perrine

6

Jan 29

Synaptic Transmission

3

Conti

7

Feb 3

Signal Transduction

4

Granneman

8

Feb 5

Nuclear Signaling: Gene Expression

4

Leff

Ex

Feb 10 Tu

Exam I

-

Galloway

9

Feb 12

Neurotransmitters I: Glutamate, GABA, Glycine

5

Galloway

10

Feb 17

Neurotransmitters II: Catecholamines

6

Galloway

11

Feb 19

Neurotransmitters III: Serotonin, Acetylcholine, Histamine

6 (9)

Galloway

12

Feb 24

Neurotransmitters IV: Peptides, CB, NO

7,8

Perrine

13

Feb 26

Neurotransmitters V: Neurotrophic Factors

8 (9)

Granneman

14

Mar 3

Neuroimaging in Neuropsychiatric Research: PET, MR, SPECT

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Ghoddoussi

15

Mar 5

Neurodegeneration: Mechanisms

17

Benjamins

16

Mar 10

Neuroinflammation

assigned

Galloway

17

Mar 12

Pain Pathways & Peripheral Inflammation

11

Galloway

18

Mar 24

Review Session

-

Galloway

Ex

Mar 26 Th

Exam II

 

Galloway

19

Mar 31

Mood, Bipolar, and Anxiety Disorders

14

Galloway

20

Apr 2

Sleep and Arousal

12

Galloway

21

Apr 7

Higher Cognition: Schizophrenia

16

Galloway

22

Apr 9

Higher Cognitive Function: Behavior, Memory, Alzheimer’s

13, 17

Galloway

23

Apr 14

Reinforcement: Pathways and Mechanisms of Addiction

15

Bosse

24

Apr 16

Anesthesia

(11,12)

McKelvey

25

Apr 21

Movement Disorders: Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s, ALS

17

LeWitt

26

Apr 23

Genetics of Psychiatric Disorders

 

TBD

Ex

Ap  30 Th

Exam III 830-1030 AM

-

Galloway

 

 


 

 

 





 

 


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