Physiology is the study of "how the body works". It examines how living systems operate at many levels, including the molecular level, the organ and systems level, the whole organism level and how the genome translates into function at these levels. Physiology expands our understanding of life processes(how they work and are regulated), diseases and how to treat them, and how living organisms cope with or adapt to different environments.
Constraints - how your module affects your access to Physiology courses
Course Selection Guidelines - a year-by-year guide for selecting courses in basic medical science modules.
What you should know....
1. An average of at least 70% in the previous year is required for registration in Physiology 3130Y.
2. Physiology 4980E is restricted to students registered in the Honors Specialization in Physiology or the Honors Specialization in Physiology and Pharmacology.
Medical Sciences Building (MSB) 216