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Pathophysiology

Division: Natural Science and Math

Department: Biology

Course: BIOL 2650

Title: Pathophysiology

Description: The study of pathophysiology is the study of the dynamic changes in cell and organ function that occur in injury and disease. This course provides an introduction to the basic concepts of pathophysiology. The focus of this course will be the abnormal functioning of diseased organs as well as gross and microscopic characteristics of diseased tissue. Epidemiology and clinical manifestations are integrated throughout the course. Students will briefly explore normal cell, organ and organ system function and use this as a basis to understand how injury and disease alter normal physiology. Prerequisites: BIOL 2320, BIOL 2420, CHEM 1110.


Courses Taught Fall 2021

SectionScheduleInstructor
2650-001MTWTH8:30 am-9:20 amPeterson, Adrian

Courses Taught Spring 2022

SectionScheduleInstructor
2650-100TTH4:00 pm-5:40 pmPeterson, Adrian