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Resource:Creighton University, Department of Pharmacology

Name: Resource:Creighton University, Department of Pharmacology
Description: The primary instructional mission of the Department is to provide professional students with an understanding of the pharmacological basis of therapeutics. In addition to instruction of students in the medical, dental, pharmacy and nursing programs at Creighton, faculty are actively involved in both teaching and research training of graduate students. Ten departmental faculty work with an energetic group of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and research staff in a congenial and collaborative environment.

Faculty in the Department of Pharmacology at Creighton University School of Medicine reflect the complex scope of modern pharmacological research as they apply methods of systems and cell physiology, neuroscience, biochemistry, and cellular and molecular biology to better understand drug action.

Departmental faculty are engaged in diverse areas of research including, but not limited to, G protein-coupled receptor signal transduction, regulators of G-protein signaling, regulation of receptor gene expression, control of neurotransmitter release, ion channel modulation, molecular pharmacology of excitatory neurotransmission, and cardiovascular and CNS drug discovery. These studies provide insight into the mechanisms of drug action and the means by which drug action is translated into responses in the cardiovascular system, the nervous system, exocrine glands and cancer cells.
Other Name(s): CU Dept. of Pharmacology, Creighton University School of Medicine Department of Pharmacology, CU School of Medicine Department of Pharmacology, CU School of Medicine Dept. of Pharmacology, CU SOM Department of Pharmacology, CU SOM Dept. of Pharmacology, CUSOM Department of Pharmacology, CUSOM Dept. of Pharmacology
Parent Organization: Creighton University; Nebraska; USA
Resource Type(s): Department portal, graduate program resource, postdoctoral program, medical school program resource
Resource: Resource
URL: http://medicine.creighton.edu/Pharmacology/
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Curation status: Curated

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DefiningCitationhttp://medicine.creighton.edu/Pharmacology/  +
DefinitionThe primary instructional mission of the D The primary instructional mission of the Department is to provide professional students with an understanding of the pharmacological basis of therapeutics. In addition to instruction of students in the medical, dental, pharmacy and nursing programs at Creighton, faculty are actively involved in both teaching and research training of graduate students. Ten departmental faculty work with an energetic group of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and research staff in a congenial and collaborative environment.

Faculty in the Department of Pharmacology at Creighton University School of Medicine reflect the complex scope of modern pharmacological research as they apply methods of systems and cell physiology, neuroscience, biochemistry, and cellular and molecular biology to better understand drug action.

Departmental faculty are engaged in diverse areas of research including, but not limited to, G protein-coupled receptor signal transduction, regulators of G-protein signaling, regulation of receptor gene expression, control of neurotransmitter release, ion channel modulation, molecular pharmacology of excitatory neurotransmission, and cardiovascular and CNS drug discovery. These studies provide insight into the mechanisms of drug action and the means by which drug action is translated into responses in the cardiovascular system, the nervous system, exocrine glands and cancer cells.
system, exocrine glands and cancer cells.
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Has roleDepartment portal  +, Graduate program resource  +, Postdoctoral program  +, and Medical school program resource  +
Idnif-0000-01924  +
Is part ofCreighton University; Nebraska; USA  +
LabelResource:Creighton University, Department of Pharmacology  +
ModifiedDate18 May 2011  +
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SynonymCU Dept. of Pharmacology  +, Creighton University School of Medicine Department of Pharmacology  +, CU School of Medicine Department of Pharmacology  +, CU School of Medicine Dept. of Pharmacology  +, CU SOM Department of Pharmacology  +, CU SOM Dept. of Pharmacology  +, CUSOM Department of Pharmacology  +, and CUSOM Dept. of Pharmacology  +