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Medical School Courses

First year

  • 611. Medical Gross Anatomy. A study of the human body, including dissection, with an emphasis on clinical applications.
  • 613. Medical Histology and Cell Biology. A study of the structure and function of cells, tissues and organs.
  • 615. Medical Neurobiology. A study of the human nervous systems using lecture presentations, clinical correlations and laboratory material/demonstrations with case diagnosis.
  • 616. Medical Developmental Anatomy. A study of human development utilizing congenital defects as a basis for understanding normal development from conception to birth.

Fourth year

  • 651. Review of Human Anatomy. (E) (Permission of course director required.) Availability: March, April, June and July.
  • 652. Review of Human Neurobiology. (E) (Permission of course director required.) Student number variable each block. Availability: July, August, September, October, November, and January. Contacts: Kim Simpson, Duane Haines and James Lynch.
  • 653. Review of Histology with Clinical Correlations. (E) (Permission of course director required.) Microscopic review of tissues and organ systems emphasizing the integration of principles of histology and pathology with associated clinical cases. Availability: November, January, February, March and April. Contacts: William P. Daley and Dongmei Cui.
  • 654. Research. (E) (Permission of course director required.) Limited to students who wish to participate in relatively advanced research programs. Availability: July, August, September, October, November, January, February and March.
  • 657. Advanced Projects. (E) (Permission of course director required.) Non-research projects designed in relation to the student's interest and amount of available time. Availability: September, November and January.