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Unit One Levels of Organization 1 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 Chemical Basis of Life 3 Cells 4 Cellular Metabolism 5 Tissues Unit Two Support and Movement 6 Integumentary System 7 Skeletal System 8 Joints of the Skeletal System 9 Muscular System Unit Three Integration and Coordination 10 Nervous System I: Basic Structure and Function 11 Nervous System II: Divisions of the Nervous System 12 Nervous System III: Senses 13 Endocrine System Unit Four Transport 14 Blood 15 Cardiovascular System 16 Lymphatic System and Immunity Unit Five Absorption and Excretion 17 Digestive System 18 Nutrition and Metabolism 19 Respiratory System 20 Urinary System 21 Water, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance Unit Six The Human Life Cycle 22 Reproductive Systems 23 Pregnancy, Growth, and Development 24 Genetics and Genomics
David Shier has more than thirty years of experience teaching anatomy and physiology, primarily to premedical, nursing, dental, and allied health students. He has effectively incorporated his extensive teaching experience into another student-friendly revision of Hole's Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology and Hole's Human Anatomy and Physiology. His interest in physiology and teaching began with a job as a research assistant at Harvard Medical School from 1976-1979. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan in 1984, and served on the faculty of the Medical College of Ohio from 1985-1989. He began teaching at Washtenaw Community College in 1990. David has recent experience in online course delivery, including recording lectures for so-called "flipped" classrooms. He has also been interested in the relationship between pedagogy and assessment, and the use of tools traditionally associated with assessment (e.g. lab quizzes) as pedagogical tools, often associated with group activities. Jackie Butler e ricercatrice presso l'M.D. Anderson Hospital, e stata insegnante di Laboratorio presso la Texas A&M University. Ricki Lewis has built an eclectic career in communicating the excitement of genetics.