Physiology and Functional Anatomy I
Unique numbers: 50070-50125
Paul Findell, Ph.D.
M 1-2 pm, W 12-1 pm, F 10-11 am; others by appointment
Bio416K is a lecture, discussion, and lab course designed for students preparing for
careers in nursing, nutrition, kinesiology, and other allied health professions. This course covers cellular
and general tissue physiology, and the endocrine, nervous, and musculoskeletal organ systems. The human
body is used as the primary model system. The emphasis is on functional processes within these organ
systems with pathophysiological examples incorporated to contrast the normal functional processes.
9-10 am, PAI 3.02
1-2 pm, TTH 1-2 pm,
MW 5-6 pm, or TTH 6-7 pm
2-5 pm, TTH 2-5 pm,
MW 6-9 pm, or TTH 7-10 pm
Labs and discussions are held in either PAI 3.12 or PAI 3.22
Paul Findell, Ph.D.
Ben Dessard (
); T 1-2 pm, by appt.; BEL 819
Mandeep Dhindsa (
); M 10 am-12 noon; BEL 842
(email@example.com); M 10 am-12 noon;
Office hours and
Kristin Parkhurst (
); M 1:30-2:30 pm, by appt.; BEL842A
Tania Pena-Baca (
); TH 10 am-12 noon; PAI 3.22
Ari Reinfeld (
); TH 3-5 pm; BEL 822
Tae Jeong Song (
); T 12-2 pm; BEL 804
Tin-Chun Yeh (
); F 10 am-12 noon; PHR 6.222
Class Blackboard Site:
The syllabus, assignments, grades (
) and other information
will be posted on the class Blackboard site. You can find the site by going to your courses on your UT
Direct page or by going to
Teaching Teams Program (Study Groups):
We are again fortunate that
the Teaching Teams Program
(TTP) will be supporting Bio416K this semester.
Study group times and locations will be provided the first
day of class during lecture and will also be posted on Blackboard.
If you would like to become a preceptor
(study group leader) for Bio416K this semester, applications are due by the end of the day Friday, January
Preceptor application forms and preceptor agreements will be made available the first day of class
and will also be posted on Blackboard.
You are strongly encouraged to take advantage of these organized
Students that participated in these study groups in the past found them to be very beneficial.
For more information on the TTP study groups go http://www.utexas.edu/student/utlc/study_groups/.