Courses & Registration

Registration

Identify the classes you wish to register for and note the CRN. Please be aware that if you register for a variable credit class (e.g. research or thesis), don't forget to select the credit amount by following the Change Class options on the Registration web page. 
Graduate Course Schedule - Fall 2016
Graduate Course Schedule - Summer 2016

Spring 2016 Nano Courses

A Nano course refers to a short course, offered for 0.5 credits. They are intended to be special topics courses that capitalize on timely subject matter, visiting expertise, and/or highlight new developments in a field. Flexibility in scheduling and course leadership (i.e. not part of the permanent curriculum) will insure these courses are nimble. Nano courses are only offered once. If a course is deemed to be worth offering regularly, it will go through the regular course review and approval process. 

CANB 610NN-0 and CELL 610NN-0: Biology and Pathology of Extracellular Vesicles

Primary faculty: Peter Kurre

This course will discuss the biology of extracellular vesicles as cell-cell signaling devices.  Students will be familiarized with differences in vesicle types and biogenesis as well as the diversity of EV cargo and available evidence for their action on target cells with emphasis on their role in the cancer microenvironment.  Students will be familiarized with technologies currently used in analysis of EV.

BEHN 610NN-0: Glial Cell Biology

Primary faculty: Marina Guizzetti

This course is designed to provide an overview of the role of the three main glial cell types, namely astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, and microglia, during brain development and in the adult brain. Furthermore, the course will describe the involvement of glial cells in neurodevelopmental disorders, neuroinflammation, and traumatic brain injury. The proposed course is appropriate for the NANO format because represents an introduction to a topic that is not generally covered by traditional neuroscience courses.

Students with Disabilities

It is the policy of Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine Graduate Programs that no otherwise qualified student with a disability shall be denied access to or participation in any program, service, or activity offered by the university. If you are a student with a documented disability or you think you might experience a disability and would like more information about access services at OHSU, contact the Director of the Office for Student Access.