College of Medicine

PAT 7153 Applied Physiology I - Fall 2014       3-3 hrs.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Summer Semester I of the Physician Assistant program or by permission by the PA Program Director The Applied Physiology I course is one of two courses introducing the Physician Assistant student an expanded view of human physiology building on basic undergraduate physiology. Lectures and small-group case discussions give the student a clear understanding of the basic physiologic principles that are responsible for normal function in different organs and organ systems. Discussion will include cell function, cellular dynamics of nerve conduction and neuromuscular, cardiovascular and respiratory system function.

Dates Sec. Class Days Times Instructor Location
08/18/2014 - 12/12/2014 100 - Lecture
11738 N/A N/A Brasel,Christopher M