_____________________________________________________________________________________________ HPH 115, Spring 2017 Page 1 HPH 115 COURSE INSTRUCTIONS CANNABIS AND CANNABINOIDS IN PHYSIOLOGY AND MEDICINE SPRING QUARTER 2017 TR 1:40 pm to 3 pm Wellman Hall 202 INSTRUCTOR Yu-Fung Lin, Ph.D. [email protected] ; 4144 Tupper Hall; 530-754-4876 (office) OFFICE HOURS MW 1:00 to 2:00 pm at 4144 Tupper Hall PREREQUISITES NPB 100, 101 or 110B; or Consent of Instructor REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS, WITH FREE ELECTRONIC ACCESS Titles #1 through #6 are accessible and downloadable using a UC Davis networked computer, or by logging onto the UCD Library VPN (Pulse Secure) at for off-campus access . Title #7 is freely available online through National Academies Press. Weekly readings selected from the titled listed below will be assigned through the course Canvas site (). Reading assignments will consist of recommended and required readings. Required readings may directly generate exam questions whether or not the material was presented in the lecture. Recommended readings encompass material that is relevant to lectures, but do not directly influence construction of test questions. 1. Cannabinoids and the Brain , by Linda A. Parker, MIT Press, 2017 (ebook available through UCD library at ) 2. Neuropathology of Drug Addictions and Substance Misuse Volume 1: Foundations of Understanding, Tobacco, Alcohol, Cannabinoids and Opioids , 1 st ed., by Victor Preedy (ed.), Academic Press, 2016. Part IV: Cannabinoids, Chapters 61-80. (ebook available through UCD library at ) 3. Fundamental Neuroscience , by Larry Squire et al., Elsevier Science (Academic Press), 2013 (ebook available through UCD library at )
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ HPH 115, Spring 2017 Page 2 4. The Cannabinoid Receptors , by Patricia H. Reggio (ed.), Humana Press, 2009 (ebook available through UCD library at - 59745-503-9 ) 5. The Sciences of Marijuana , by Leslie L. Iversen, 2 nd ed., Oxford University Press, 2008 (ebook available through UCD library at ) This title (hardcopy) is also kept on reserve (2 hours) at Shields Library.
- Spring '17
- YU-FUNG LIN
- Academia, Cannabis, Cannabinoid receptor