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Anatomy-Hy (ANAT)

ANAT 503 Gross Anatomy (6) Gross structure, organization, and function of the human body with laboratories devoted to dissection of the human body.
Effective: Summer 1983
 

ANAT 505 Histology and Embryology I (2) Light and electron microscopic structure of cells, specialized tissues, organization, basic organogenesis, correlation between cellular structure and physiological function.
Effective: Spring 1995
 

ANAT 506 Histology and Embryology II (2) Continuation of ANAT 505; microscopic structure of cells, specialized tissues, organization, basic organogenesis, correlation between cellular structure and physiological function.
Effective: Summer 1994
Prerequisite: ANAT 505  

ANAT 512 Human Embryology and Teratology (2) Study of developing human embryo including gamete production and fusion, implantation, organogenesis and major abnormalities of organ systems.
Effective: Fall 1983
 

ANAT 515 (NEURO 515) Developmental Neurobiology (2) Development of the nervous system in all its aspects.
Effective: Fall 1986
 

ANAT 584 Human Anatomy and Development A: Gross Human Anatomy (1) Explore gross human anatomy providing orientation to organs and the overall relationship of organs and structures within the human body.
Effective: Spring 2015
 

ANAT 585 Human Anatomy and Development B: Human Development (1) Explores human embryology and organogenesis beginning at the third week of gestation through parturition.
Effective: Spring 2015
 

ANAT 586 Human Anatomy and Development C: Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (1) Exploration of stem cell biology and the role of stem cells in regenerative medicine.
Effective: Spring 2015
 

ANAT 590 Colloquium (1-3) Continuing seminars which consist of a series of individual lectures by faculty, students, or outside speakers.
Effective: Spring 1987
 

ANAT 596 Individual Studies (1-9) Creative projects, including nonthesis research, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 1987
 

ANAT 597 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given on a topical or special interest subject which may be offered infrequently; several different topics may be taught in one year or term.
Effective: Spring 1987
 

ANAT 600 Thesis Research (1-15) No description.
Effective: Fall 1983
 

ANAT 601 Ph.D. Dissertation Full-Time (0) No description.
Effective: Fall 1983
 

ANAT 602 Supervised Experience in College Teaching (1-6 per semester/maximum of 99) Supervised experience in the development of instructional materials, the organization and conduct of lectures/laboratories, the evaluation and counseling of students.
Effective: Fall 2005
 

ANAT 610 Thesis Research Off Campus (1-15) No description.
Effective: Fall 1983
 

ANAT 611 Ph.D. Dissertation Part-Time (0) No description.
Effective: Fall 1983
 

ANAT 715 Human Gross Anatomy (6) This course will provide exposure to core human anatomical structures, emphasizing critical relationships and clinical significance.
Effective: Summer 2013
Prerequisite: completion of all course work prerequisite for admission to the Penn State University College of Medicine   Concurrent: Foundations of Patient Centered Care; Public Health and Socio- Ecological Medicine

ANAT 743 Musculoskeletal Advanced Anatomy (3) This course provides exposure to the relevancy of anatomy to the clinical setting and specifically covers topics related to musculoskeletal clinical presentations.
Effective: Spring 2012
Prerequisite: successful completion of the 3rd year of medical school  

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