TeachingBiomedical & Molecular Sciences Graduate Studies
• field of Experimental Medicine in the Biomedical & Molecular Sciences graduate program.
• graduate coordinator.
Biomedical Sciences 846 - Advanced physiology - Fall, Winter, or Spring/Summer terms (half-class; 3 credits)
• directed studies for graduate students; carried out under the guidance of their graduate supervisor and graduate supervisory committee.
Life Sciences 300 - The process of discovery in the biomedical sciences - Winter term (half-class; 3 credits)
• student-led directed studies.
Neurology clinical residence lecture series - Spring term
• a course for Neurology residents to insure post-graduate competency in fundamental neuroscience.
• instructor for action potentials, synaptic transmission, and signalling.
Physiology 214 - Mammalian physiology - Fall and Winter terms (full-class; 6 credits)
• the function and integration of cells, organs, and body systems.
• instructor for cellular neurophysiology.
Physiology 424 / Biomedical Sciences 824 - Ion channels of excitable membranes - Winter term (half-class; 3 credits)
• the electrophysiology and biophysics of neuronal and cardiac membranes and associated ion channels.
• coordinator and instructor.
Physiology 494 / Biomedical Sciences 894 - Neuroendocrinology - Winter term (half-class; 3 credits)
• selected neuroendocrinology topics, including the control of energy balance, reproduction, and neurosecretory cell excitability and communication.
Physiology or Neuroscience 499 - Undergraduate research project - Fall and Winter terms (two full-classes; 12 credits)
• original, wet-lab research in the Magoski laboratory.