Human Anatomy & Physiology: Regulation, Integration, & Control (Course 3)
This final course explores two major body systems related to regulation and integration of information: the nervous and endocrine systems. The course continues the systems-based approach to human anatomy and physiology at the organ, organ system, and organism level. The material will cover both the structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) of each system with direct application to human development and disease.
Who should attend:
- High school students who want to experience a university-level course
- Pre-medical and pre-nursing students wanting supplemental material on medical terminology and key concepts
- Anyone with an interest in human anatomy and physiology
You will be able to:
- Identify the major parts of the nervous and endocrine systems
- Describe normal human anatomy structure and function for the nervous and endocrine systems
- Relate anatomical structure and function at the cellular, tissue, organ, and body system levels to clinical diagnoses and dysfunction of the nervous and endocrine systems
MEET YOUR RICE PROFESSOR
Laura S. Kabiri
Dr. Laura Kabiri is a professor at Rice University. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Houston before attending Texas Woman’s University to earn her Master of Science, Doctor of Physical Therapy, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
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