CELL BIOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY (CBPH)

CBPH 705. Communicating Scientific Results. 1 Credit.

Practice in oral and written communication evaluated by peers and faculty. Includes delivery of coached presentations on topics in physiology and preparation of writing assignments typically encountered in scientific life.
Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit.

CBPH 706. Communicating Scientific Results. 1 Credit.

Practice in oral and written communication evaluated by peers and faculty. Includes delivery of coached presentations on topics in physiology and preparation of writing assignments typically encountered in scientific life.
Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit.

CBPH 741. Introduction to Human Anatomy. 3 Credits.

A general course for persons preparing for careers as dental hygienists. Two lectures and two laboratory hours a week.

CBPH 791. Gross Anatomy for Physical Therapists. 4 Credits.

Fundamental principles and concepts of human gross anatomy for physical therapists taught by lectures and cadaver dissection. Emphasis on functional anatomy. Three lecture hours and six laboratory hours a week.
Requisites: Prerequisites, BIOL 474 and 474L; Permission of the instructor for students lacking the prerequisites.

CBPH 793. Functional Neuroanatomy. 3 Credits.

Study of basic structure of the brain and spinal cord, including both lecture and laboratory. Primarily for physical therapy students. Four hours a week.
Requisites: Prerequisites, CBIO 607 and CBPH 791; permission of the instructor for students lacking the prerequisites.

CBPH 850. Modern Concepts in Cell Biology I. 4 Credits.

Permission of the instructor. Graduate students only. Discussion based course that covers key elements of cell, molecular, and developmental biology, and genetics. Students present and discuss breakthrough primary research papers under the direction of faculty members across the department. Minimal instructor lecturing is included.

CBPH 851. Modern Concepts in Cell Biology II. 4 Credits.

Literature based discussion course on experimental approaches in Cell Biology. Emphasis is on small group discussion and dissection of primary literature including methods, scientific logic, and critical thinking. Each session typically includes both a discussion of key background by a faculty member and student led discussions of selected papers from the primary literature.

CBPH 852. Experimental Physiology of Human Health and Disease. 4 Credits.

Students will learn the principles of cell, organ, and systems physiology and pathophysiology required to identify and understand important areas of current biomedical research. This course will focus on non-human model systems (cultured cells, mice, drosophila, etc.). In addition to lectures, this course will include journal-club discussion of assigned papers.

CBPH 853. Experimental Physiology of Human Health and Disease. 4 Credits.

Permission of the instructor. Molecular and cellular basis of organ system function; integration of systems to maintain the normal state. Understanding of normal physiology is amplified by examples from human disease and mouse models. Principles of cell, organ, and integrative physiology and how these principles apply to translational research.

CBPH 855. Career and Research Enhancement Seminar (CaRES). 1 Credit.

Permission of the director of graduate studies.

CBPH 856. Career and Research Enhancement Seminar (CaRES). 1 Credit.

Permission of the director of graduate studies.

CBPH 910. Research. 2-15 Credits.

Credit to be arranged in individual cases.

CBPH 915. Research Laboratory Apprenticeship. 2 Credits.

Enrollment in the cell biology and anatomy graduate program required. A course for first- and second-year graduate students in cell biology and anatomy, consisting of a research project of limited scope pursued under the supervision of a faculty member.
Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit.

CBPH 993. Master's Research and Thesis. 3 Credits.

CBPH 994. Doctoral Research and Dissertation. 3 Credits.