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CENTER FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION


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Maria Bingham Hall 201, 765-751-5100




ANATOMY (ANAT)

 

601 Human Gross Anatomy. (8) A strong background in basic morphologic and functional relations. Emphasizes regional anatomy. Four two-and-one-half hour laboratory periods weekly.

Prerequisite: admission to the medical education program.

 

606 Medical Neuroanatomy. (4) Normal structural and functional organization of the human central nervous system as a background for the interpretation of its dysfunction. Assumes prior knowledge of human peripheral nervous system and effector mechanisms. Two-and-one-half hour lecture plus four hours of laboratory weekly.

Prerequisite: ANAT 601.

 

631 Medical Histology-Embryology. (5) Normal and abnormal developmental processes related to the differentiation of tissues and organs; microscopic study of organs and tissues as background for physiological and pathological consideration.

Prerequisite: admission to the medical education program.

 

BIOLOGY (BIO)


642 Medical Microbiology. (8)
Microbiology for medical students with consideration of bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites as agents in human disease and the immunological and serological aspects of the host-parasite relationship.

Open only to medical students or by permission of the department chairperson.

 

653 Medical Genetics. (2) Genetics for medical students: basic genetic principles, human cytogenetics, molecular genetics, genetic epidemiology, probability, population and quantitative (multifactorial) genetics, dermatoglyphics, etiology of birth defects, inborn metabolic disorders, genetic screening and counseling, genetics of mental illness and cancer, pharmacogenetics, immunogenetics, and genetic engineering.

Prerequisite: open only to medical students or by permission of the department chairperson.

 

CHEMISTRY (CHEM)

 

667 Medical Biochemistry. (6) Chemistry of major cellular constituents; enzymes as the catalysts of intracellular chemical reactions with emphasis on underlying principles of physical and organic chemistry. Intermediary metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids, and nucleotides; modern techniques employed in the study of metabolic processes; biosynthesis and degradation of intracellular components; hormonal regulation of metabolism.

Prerequisite: admission to the medical education program.

 

PHYSIOLOGY (PHYSL)

 

640 Medical Physiology. (8) Summary of human physiology for medical students. Cellular and organ-system physiology; physiological regulation. Laboratory exercises will demonstrate general principles of physiology and introduce basic techniques and instrumentation.

Prerequisite: admission to the medical education program.

 

645 Emergency Medicine. (2) Designed to develop an awareness of proper diagnosis and treatment during emergency medical care by professional medical personnel. Fractures; environmental emergencies; injuries to the eye, chest, abdomen; shock; and wound care.

Prerequisite: admission to the medical education program.