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Unformatted text preview: ANATOMY Lecture and Lab (CELL 649-02 and CELL 649-41) Lecture-Monday 1-5pm Lab-Thursday 1-5pm TCC 1 Reily: room 114 Course Director: Dr. Garic Grisbaum 4011 Percival Stern Hall email@example.com Office Hours: By Appointment Course Description: The aim of this course is to provide students with a basic clinical understanding of the structural and functional organization of the human body at the gross (macroscopic) level. The course will include an introduction to anatomical terms, movement, and study tips, before moving to an overview of three body regions: Back, Upper Extremity, and Lower Extremity. While introducing these body regions an emphasis will be placed on the relationship between structure and function of these areas. This course is designed as a stand-alone subject for students wanting to pursue a career in the health sciences. Students are expected to attend 8 hours per week of formal classes, which consists of lecture and lab. Each week there will be a quiz given at the beginning of class, followed by a 3 hour lecture. There will be a viewing, at the beginning of lab, of a pro-dissected human specimen with structures to be labeled by students. The students will be split up into groups of 3 and will dissect for 4 hours, latter in the week under the guidance of the instructor, who will direct the learning activities. Students doing dissection will be required to explain that area dissected to the instructor who will be present in the lab. Gross anatomy practicals will involve the identification of anatomical features on a dissected human specimen, bones, and overheads....
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