Anatomy, Neuroscience, and Physiology explores neuroanatomy, developmental neurobiology, neuronal function, animal physiology, and endocrinology. Courses in this subdiscipline address grand challenges such as disease, aging, and the functional neuronal connectome. 

We also offer a concentration in neuroscience, click here to learn more

If you have any questions on this subdiscipline, please feel free to contact Dr. Marquis Walker or Dr. George Vidal

Relevant Courses
  • Bio290 Human Anatomy
  • Bio301 Introductory Neuroscience
  • Bio370 Animal Physiology
  • Bio375 Sensation and Perception
  • Bio385 Biopsychology
  • Bio410 Advanced Human Anatomy
  • Bio415 Neuroanatomy and Neurogenic Communication Disorders
  • Bio426 Aging and Neurodegeneration
  • Bio426 Reproductive Physiology*
  • Bio443 Techniques in Neuroscience
  • Bio445 Neurobiology
  • Bio446 Experimental Neurobiology
  • Bio 448 Developmental Neurobiology
  • Bio 467 Human Cardiovascular Physiology
  • Bio 468 Endocrinology
  • Bio 472 Human Metabolism

*This course fulfill the BIO upper-level elective requirement of an Organismal Diversity course. Please reference the online course catalog for official requirements. 


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