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Timothy R. Hansen, PhD

Professor Emeritus, Pharmaceutical Sciences
College of Pharmacy
Professor Emeritus, Physiology and Biophysics
Chicago Medical School
Email: Tim.Hansen@rosalindfranklin.edu


MPHY 500 A,B,C Medical Physiology: The course offers the basic principles of organ system physiology. Through lectures, demonstrations, conferences and laboratory work; students receive a quantitative and integrated concept of subcellular, cellular and organ system function. For graduate students majoring in physiology, this course is a prerequisite for all other graduate courses. Fall, Winter Spring quarters: 14 credits.  (Course faculty)


HPTH646 & YPHS510  Fundamentals of Physiology:  The structural and functional organization of the cardiopulmonary, circulatory, integumentary, gastrointestinal, urogenital, renal, neuromuscular, and body defense systems in health and disease throughout the lifespan are presented.  Fall quarter: 5 credits.  (Course faculty)


MMTD 510 Introduction to Bioethics and Health Law:  This course introduces the student to the basics of ethical issues in the practice of medicine, as well as the to recognize the controversial nature of issues such as patient’s rights.  Elements of research into the foundations upon which positions are taken on medical issues are stressed.  Spring quarter:  3 credits.  (Course Director)

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