HBY: Physiology and Biophysics

HBY 350: Physiology

The normal functioning of human tissues and organs and their regulation by the nervous and endocrine systems. Special emphasis is given to physiological control systems and the preservation of the constancy of the internal environment. Lectures, conferences, demonstrations. Only for Health Sciences Center students.

Prerequisite: Admission to Undergraduate Health Sciences Center program or admission to Pharmacology major or permission of instructor

4 credits

HBY 393: Special Topics from Physiology and Biophysics Literature

Tutorial readings in physiology and biophysics and periodic conferences, reports, and examinations arranged with the instructor. May be repeated. Only Fall.

Prerequisites: U3 or U4 standing; permission of instructor

1-2 credits

HBY 398: Research Project in Physiology and Biophysics

An independent research project under faculty supervision, with emphasis on the principles of experimental design, data collection, evaluation of findings, and reporting of results. The student is expected to prepare a report on the project and be able to discuss his or her work. May be repeated. Only Spring.

Prerequisites: U3 or U4 standing; laboratory experience; permission of supervising instructor

0-4 credits