Pre-Med: Intro to Human Pathology – Injury & Trauma trough Direct Examination, Simulation, and Dissection.
Intro to Human Pathology is offered session 4. A $35 lab fee will be added to your final balance.
This cohort is now full. Below are other cohorts you might be interested in:
- Biomedical Engineering
- Forensic Science: Anatomy & Physiology
- Medical Anthropology
- Pre-Med: Intro to Kinesiology: Functional Human Movement Science
- Pre-Pharmacy: Medicinal Chemistry & Drug Discovery
- Pre-Psychology: Brain Behavior: Mind or Machine?
- Sports Medicine
Other similar academic areas
In this course, we’ll examine what kinds of anatomical changes take place when someone experiences common injuries, especially those that occur on the playing field or for those who lead active lifestyles. You’ll learn about these injuries and what happens to your body when they occur through high level simulations that allow you to see the body in 3D. You’ll also learn how to evaluate people for certain kinds of injuries like sprained ankles and torn ACLs through direct examination. Lastly, we’ll use dissection of real human cadavers as a hands-on experience to look at the relationship between muscle, bone, ligament and tendon, and see what happens when these connections are severed to replicate real life injuries.
- Jeffrey M. Kinsella-Shaw, Ph.D., P.T., Associate Professor and Director of Physical Therapy, University of Connecticut, Department of Kinesiology
- Craig Denegar, Ph.D., P.T., Department Head, Director of Doctor of Physical Therapy Program and Professor of Kinesiology, University of Connecticut, Department of Kinesiology