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Physiology

A Student's Virtual Tour

Physiology

Physiology lab is designed to teach students about the clinical relevance of physiological measurement.
The class is split into smaller laboratory groups, each led by a faculty member.


Physiology Professor with Students

In this class, a student is wired to an Electrocardiogram (ECG), a flow meter, and a phonocardiogram.

Student Comments:

"The cardio section of physiology is a great introduction to ECG analysis. I really learned a lot."
— Second Year Student

"The faculty is extremely helpful and generous with thier time. If you’re having trouble
visualizing a particular concept, Dr. O’Brien is always available to talk it through."

— First Year Student



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