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PBIO-563 Gastrointestinal Biology
Spring for 2015-2016
  • Mulroney, Susan
  • GI Biology is a medical course in which students will identify how GI structure (Embryology, Microscopic Anatomy and Gross Anatomy) integrates with function (physiologic mechanisms of GI motility, digestion and absorption, and liver and pancreatic function). Students will describe the mechanisms contributing to absorption of nutrients into the body and apply their basic medical science knowledge to clinical problem-solving. This course combines, lectures with problem-solving workshops, clinical correlations, student-directed learning, gross anatomy non-cadeveric labs, and small group sessions. Susan Mulroney, PhD, Course Director
    Credits: 2
    Prerequisites: None
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