ANATOMY/KINES 328 — HUMAN ANATOMY
Lectures. Structure of the human body.
ANATOMY/KINES 329 — HUMAN ANATOMY-KINESIOLOGY
Required for dance-related majors. Open to Fr
ANATOMY 429 — HUMAN ANATOMY LABORATORY FOR PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS
Prosected specimens and some supervised dissection.
ANATOMY/NTP/PHMCOL-M/PHYSIOL/PSYCH 611 — SYSTEMS NEUROSCIENCE
Introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the mammalian nervous system. Lectures will cover the neuroanatomy of the major subdivisions of the human brain, the major sensory and motor systems, and higher order functions. Lab/discussion sections will emphasize readings from the primary literature and hands-on dissections.
ANATOMY/B M E/CHEM/MED PHYS/PHMCOL-M/PHYSICS/RADIOL 619 — MICROSCOPY OF LIFE
Survey of state of the art microscopic, cellular and molecular imaging techniques, beginning with subcellular microscopy and finishing with whole animal imaging. g. 104, 202, 208) or cons inst
ANATOMY 622 — HUMAN ANATOMY-PHYSICAL THERAPY, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Gross human anatomy involving complete dissection of the human body. Special emphasis is placed on the musculoskeletal and peripheral nervous systems, and living subject and surface anatomy.
ANATOMY/NTP/PHYSIOL 625 — BRAIN CELL CULTURES AND IMAGING: A LAB COURSE
Hands-on laboratory training in neuronal cell culture, live and fixed neuron labeling and microscopy techniques to visualize neurons in culture, as well as image analysis methods. Enrollment limited to 12 students, authorized by cons inst
ANATOMY/NTP/PHYSIOL 630 — NEURONAL MECHANISMS FOR SENSATION AND MEMORY IN CEREBRAL CORTEX
Current literature will be considered in lectures and discussions that provides insight into how the cerebral cortex processes sensory information to generate and store cogent representations of the external world. The course includes laboratory exercises and demonstrations.
ANATOMY 637 — FUNCTIONAL NEUROANATOMY
For physical therapy and occupational therapy majors. Motor and sensory systems under normal and altered conditions.
ANATOMY/AN SCI 660 — ELECTRON MICROSCOPY: THEORY & PRACTICE
ANATOMY 675 — TOPICS IN ANATOMY
Special topics in anatomy. See footnote in Timetable for specific topic.
ANATOMY 699 — INDEPENDENT STUDY
ANATOMY 700 — CYTOSKELETAL DYNAMICS
Course content is topical and current. The course covers such issues as microtubule dynamics, microtubule-associated proteins, microtubule-organizing centers, actin filaments, actin regulatory proteins, intermediate filaments, cell motility, mitosis, process outgrowth, and cell differentiation.
ANATOMY/M M & I 710 — CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
An interdisciplinary course that highlights structure and function at the cellular level as related to health and disease states.
ANATOMY 711 — INTEGRATED MEDICAL ANATOMY
Thorough progression in the dissection of the human body and in descriptive and functional human anatomy. Second semester only open to medical students.
ANATOMY/RADIOL 722 — CLINICAL ANATOMY AND RADIOLOGY
Anatomy and surgery of head and neck, body wall, cavities and pelvic outlet. Hands on experience in interpreting radiological cross-sectional images.
ANATOMY/AN SCI/PHYSIOL 725 — MUSCLE BIOLOGY
Anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of muscle.
ANATOMY/NTP/ZOOLOGY 765 — DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
Analysis of neural development with emphasis on experimental approaches. Combination of lectures and discussions of primary literature. Topics include neural induction, patterning, mechanisms of axon guidance, neural crest cell migration and differentiation, cortical development, and synapse formation and elimination.
ANATOMY 990 — RESEARCH AND THESIS
ANATOMY 999 — ADVANCED INDEPENDENT STUDY