BPK 305 - HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
An advanced course in cardiovascular and respiratory physiology. We cover topics with an integrative perspective; from molecule to system level physiology. Discussion of the mechanisms of a range of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases is used to describe and understand physiology in health and disease.
BPK 412 - MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
This course presents a detailed analysis of the mechanistic basis of cardiac function. The material is derived from a variety of disciplines including anatomy (histology and ultrastructure), biomechanics, physiology, electrophysiology, biochemistry and molecular biology.
BPK 812 - MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY (GRADUATE COURSE)
This graduate course is designed to provide students with a detailed and mechanistic understanding of cardiac excitation and contraction, how these are studied, and the strengths and weaknesses of different experimental approaches. Published research literature is the primary material discussed and it is expected that students read and keep up-to-date with current findings in these areas of research.