An undergraduate level introduction to the fundamental concepts of the structure and function of the human body. A systems based approach to understanding musculoskeletal, nervous and sensory physiology.
An undergraduate level introduction to the fundamental concepts of the structure and function of the human body. A systems based approach to cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, digestive, and urinary physiology.
A senior-level in depth examination of the physiological responds to exercise. Provides the students with a thorough analysis of the both acute and chronic physiological responses and adaptations that occur with exercise training.
A graduate level that uses the primary literate to provide an in depth understanding of the molecular basis of muscular contraction and unconventional molecular motors. We progress from the sliding filament theory of contraction to the latest crystallographic and single molecule data to explore the fundamental basis of molecular motions. In the later half we use the knowledge gained from muscle to explore the structure and function of unconventional molecular motors, careful to include the relevance to cellular function.
A graduate level course that examines the molecular basis of myosin function and the in vitro techniques used to A team-taught course in which I present in vitro methods used to characterize the structure and function of muscle and myosin II.
A graduate level course that discusses the latest research and technological advances in the fields of cellular biophysics and molecular motors.