Course contents summary
Part 1. Cellular physiology (ionic currents, membrane resting potential, action potentials, sinaptic transmission)
Part 2. Example of integrative physiology: muscular contraction (lab work with PC)
Part 3. Stress physiology: definitions, neuroendocrine systems recruited during stress response, coping strategies, stress related pathologies
Frontal teaching (part 1 and 3).
Exercise with interactive physiology DVD (part 2)