ANAT 506 Human Neuroscience (5)
The basic anatomy and physiology of the human nervous system. This course covers the biophysical and structural concepts necessary for understanding all aspects of neurologic functioning. Fall, 4 lectures and 1 laboratory per week. Kirby
ANAT 508 Human Anatomy for Dentists (7)
Study of human body at macroscopic and microscopic levels, including developmental considerations. Clinical case-based conferences facilitate integration of anatomy into clinical situations. Winter, 4 lectures and 3 laboratories per week, Wright
ANAT 509 Head and neck Anatomy for the Dentist (8)
Study of human head and neck anatomy at macroscopic and microscopic levels. Special attention is paid to development and oral histology. Spring , 5 lectures and 3 laboratories per week, Wright
ANAT 518 Basic Human Histology (4)
Study of tissues and organs of the human body as seen with routinely stained histological sections. A basic understanding of the relationship of structure and function is included in the instruction. Fall, 2 lectures, 2 laboratories per week McMillan
ANAT 519 Advanced and Comparative Histology (3-4)
Analysis of microstructure of the organ systems of various species especially human, mouse and rat. Conferences will consist in the study of prepared materials and evaluation of literature. Laboratories will focus on the preparation and quantitative analysis of tissue sections. Prerequisite: ANAT 518 or equivalent. Spring, 2 lectures, 1 laboratory (optional), 1 conference per week. Staff
ANAT 526 Head and Neck Anatomy (2)
Detailed dissection of the head and neck. Demonstration and lecture. Offered on demand.
Prerequisite: ANAT 541 or equivalent. Staff.
ANAT 534 Histological Techniques (3)
Theory and practice in the preparation of tissue sections for microscope study using routine and specialized stains. Directed study. Staff.
ANAT 537 Neuroscience (8)
Integrated approach to the fundamentals of neuroanatomy and neurophysiology, with applications to clinical neurology. Prerequisite, ANAT 541, is strongly recommended. Winter, 4 units; Spring, 4 units. Cole and Kirby
ANAT 541 Gross Anatomy (10)
Anatomy of the head, neck, locomotor system, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and perineum. Correlated with radiology, applied features, and embryological development. Summer, 6 units; Fall, 4 units. Staff.
ANAT 542 Cell, Tissue, and Organ Biology (5)
The microscopic structure of cells, tissues, and organs of the human body. Fall, McMillan and Staff
ANAT 544 Human Embryology (2)
The plan of development as it pertains to the human. Consideration of principles. Summer-Fall, Oberg
ANAT 544L Human Embryology Laboratory (1)
Work involves the use of both human and comparative materials. Winter, Oberg.
Prerequisite: A course in vertebrate embryology.
ANAT 545 Advanced Neuroanatomy (3)
Detailed study and dissection of the human nervous system. Spring, even years. Prerequisite: ANAT 537.Kirby.
ANAT 546 Electron Microscopy (3)
Trains the student to use the electron microscope. Basic theory, operational techniques, and tissue preparation. As needed. Prerequisite: Histotechnique or equivalent. On demand. Staff.
ANAT 547 Histochemistry (3)
Theoretical and practical aspects of histochemical methods as applied to tissue sections. One lecture and two three-hour laboratories/conferences weekly. Summer, even years. Prerequisite: A course in biochemistry; ANAT 542 or equivalent. McMillan, Wright.
ANAT 548 Advanced and Molecular Cytology (3)
Study of the ultrastructural and cytochemical analysis of a variety of differentiated cells. Spring, odd years. Staff.
ANAT 549 Seminar: Topographical Chemistry (2)
Qualitative and quantitative distribution of enzymes and other chemically defined components of organs as reported in current literature. Students responsible for one oral and one written report. On demand. McMillan.
ANAT 554 Techniques in Experimental Morphology (2)
Introduction to selected methods used in the morphological analysis of organ and cellular function. Spring, odd years. Nava.
ANAT 555 Advanced Gross Anatomy-Articulation/Joints (3)
Detailed study of the anatomical design of joints, linking function through clinical correlations. Spring, odd years. Prerequisite: ANAT 541. Nava.
ANAT 594 Special Topics in Anatomy (arranged)
Intensive study of a selected topic approved by the chair of the department. Individual guidance by a staff member. Staff.
ANAT 605 Integrative Biology Graduate Seminar (1)
Seminar, coordinated by the Division of Human Anatomy and the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology consists of reports from current literature and the presentation of student and faculty research on various aspects of regulatory and integrative biology as applied to cells, tissues, organs, and systems. Students and faculty are expected to participate in a discussion and critical evaluation of the presentation. Faculties of Anatomy, Pharmacology and Physiology.
ANAT 697 Research (1-25)
ANAT 698 Thesis (2)
ANAT 699 Dissertation (3)