Lecture 1 NS 3420 Course Orientation 2012 (2)

Lecture 1 NS 3420 Course Orientation 2012 (2) - NS3420...

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NS3420  Laboratory Studies for  Human Anatomy and Physiology Marla Lujan, PhD Assistant Professor Division of Nutritional Sciences 216 Savage Hall mel245@cornell.edu
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Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow Dr. Xiaomiao Lan-Pidhainy 107 Savage Hall xl327@cornell.edu Graduate Teaching Assistants  Sajin Bae  sb749@cornell.edu Chang Cao  cc748@cornell.edu Alex Coots  rac359@cornell.edu Crystal Davenport  cld87@cornell.edu Cynthia Matare  crm268@cornell.edu Peter Minchella  pam295@cornell.edu Julie Niewiadomski  jn389@cornell.edu Teaching Support
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Undergraduate Teaching Assistants  Jonathan Bar  jlb469@cornell.edu   Anita Ganti  ag528@conrell.edu Steven Han  sjh236@cornell.edu   Melissa Hoffman  mlh243@cornell.edu Michael Hyon  mh646@cornell.edu Sharmila Kumar  sj437@cornell.edu Mike Lee  jl952@cornell.edu Ann Lin  acl86@cornell.edu Jennifer Nauheim  jln66@cornell.edu Haerin Paik  hp272@cornell.edu Parsa Salehi  ps535@cornell.edu Kelsey Shields  kss89@cornell.edu Teaching Support
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To introduce the organization of the human body  using anatomical models, drawings, dissections  and histology. To introduce the physiology of the major organ  systems. Course Objectives           To learn how these systems are integrated and  regulated at the whole body level using laboratory  demonstrations and review of clinical case studies.
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Demonstrate the ability to readily identify  components of the major organs systems and  describe their location in the human body using  anatomical terminology. Demonstrate the ability to predict the physiological  consequences of imbalances in the homeostatic  regulation of the major organ systems. Demonstrate an understanding of how organ  systems are integrated at the whole body level. Learning Outcomes          
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Human Anatomy and Physiology, Eighth Edition,  ISBN9780321703217 Brief Atlas of the Human Body, Hutchinson, Mallet,  ISBN080537373X Website:  www.myaandp.com Access code with textbook purchase iClicker Recommended Resources          
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Lab Coat  Eye Protection Safety glasses/goggles Blackboard           
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LECTURE (MVR, ROOM G73) Tue 12:20pm – 1:10pm LABORATORY SECTIONS (HEB, ROOM 113/121) Section 1: Wed 2:30pm – 4:25pm  Section 2: Thu 9:05am – 11:00am  Section 3: Thu 2:30pm – 4:25pm Course Orientation          
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To review the organ system that will be               discussed in lab.
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