Anatomy, Physiology, and Medical Ethics

Score Table A or B. Learn the tools to view the human body as a complex and intricate structure. Explore the connection between structure (anatomy) and function (physiology), and analyze this relationship in cells, organs, and organisms as a whole. Examine the different functional systems such as digestive, circulatory, and skeletal and the various building blocks of the body. Participate in hands-on laboratory exercises to visualize and practice principles and ideas. Discuss established medical ethics, and debate circumstances, technologies, and advances that challenge and/or justify ethical standards.

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Term 1 (June 10–June 30)
Duke University West, NC
Term 1 (June 10–June 30)
Georgia Tech, GA
Term 2 (July 8–July 28)
Duke University West, NC
Term 2 (July 8–July 28)
Georgia Tech, GA
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