Physiology Courses

626 Neurophysiology I: Neuron Function and Introduction to Neural Systems. (1 Hr.)

To study and understand the basic functional principles of the cells of the nervous system, and organization of cells into functional systems. (PR: BMS 600 or permission of the instructor)

628 Mammalian Neurophysiology (2 Hrs.)

This course is a basic introductory, survey course covering neurophysiology from subcellular level to behavioral level. (PR: Permission of instructor)

629 Mammalian Physiology (6 Hrs.)

A study of mammalian systems including pulmonary, renal, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, endocrine and reproductive systems. Emphasis will be placed on homeostatic mechanisms and on experimental approaches to physiology. (PR: PHS 628 or PHS 626, PHS 627) 

639 Neurophysiology Research Techniques. (3 Hrs.)

Class participants will be exposed to state-of-the-art neurophysiology research techniques while in the laboratories of neurophysiology faculty. 

641 Recent Advances in Physiology (1 Hr.)

Recently published articles in a selected area of physiological investigation will be presented by participants in the class. Each presentation will be followed by a discussion and evaluation of the paper (PR: Permission of instructor)

666 Physiology of the Cell (3 Hrs.)

An in-depth study of selected topics in cell physiology.

675 Special Topics (1 – 4 Hrs.) 

Present course material on special areas of research of topics which are not routinely covered in existing courses. 

676 SPECIAL TOPICS (1 – 4 HRS.) 

Present course material on special areas of research of topics which are not routinely covered in existing courses. 

677 SPECIAL TOPICS (1 – 4 HRS.) 

Present course material on special areas of research of topics which are not routinely covered in existing courses.