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Instructor Info:Christopher Jarvis
Office Extension x5580
TA Info:Peregrine Rothman-Ostrow
Kayla Smith
Term: 2013F
Meeting Info: Monday Wednesday
09:00 AM - 10:20 AM Cole Science Center 2-OPEN
09:00 AM - 10:20 AM Cole Science Center 2-OPEN
Description:

Students in this course will learn about the biological function of selected human organs and systems through the study of actual medical cases. Not all human systems will be covered, but students will gain a good understanding of how diseases affect the body and how they are diagnosed. Working in small teams, students will develop diagnoses for medical cases through reviewing descriptions of patient histories, physical exams, and laboratory findings. A human biology text, medical texts on reserve, and Internet resources will help students track down information they need to solve these medical mysteries. Students will also learn to find and read scientific research articles on topics of their choosing and will learn to write analytical reviews of these articles. These reviews will form the basis of final papers in which students choose particular diseases or treatments to investigate in detail and present their findings to the class.

ATTENTION: CLASSROOM CHANGED TO CSC 333 (Third floor south)!