Offered: Fall 2019
Course: INTERDIS 108B
The Human Structure and Function course integrates the disciplines of biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, physiology, histology, gross anatomy, embryology, and the neurosciences. This core preclinical course focuses on the scientific principles underlying the structure and function of the human body, thereby providing the foundational knowledge for the practice of medicine and facilitating the incorporation of new scientific knowledge throughout the medical career. Topics pertaining to human disease and injury are incorporated into the curriculum to promote application of course material.