This course provides a practical understanding of anatomic structures and coordinates this knowledge with functions of the human body. Also explored are regulatory processes that integrate cells, tissues, organs and systems. Topics include: organization of the body tissue development, cellular structure and function as well as the integumentary (skin), skeletal and muscular systems. The last third of this course focuses on the nervous system. Clinical material is incorporated throughout the course.
GMSBT 202 Anatomy & Physiology 2 [4 credits] Pre-requisite: successful completion of GMSBT 201 or consent of program director. This course is the second half of an intensive sequence designed to integrate the structure with the function of the human body. The course covers the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic and immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. Students study these systems as they relate to homeostasis and clinical disorders. Clinical material on each system are incorporated throughout the course.
Teaching opportunities are available in Fall 2019 and Spring 2020. Course educators are expected to develop and teach the course with a possibility of teaching in both Fall and Spring. The course educator(s) will collaborate with the Director of Biomedical Laboratory & Clinical Sciences Program.
Ideal candidates will have the following qualifications: prior teaching experience, anatomy experience, ability to teach at the undergraduate level.
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