This course will provide an overview of the normal physiology of major mammalian organ systems as well as physiologic perturbations associated with disease states. The course is designed to provide a mechanism-oriented understanding of normal and disease processes in humans and companion animal species. Some emphasis will be placed on cellular and molecular mechanisms that form the current basis of understanding of normal function and disease states.
The course will help clinical resident trainees and graduate students gain a broader understanding of the physiologic basis of clinical medicine and translational medical research.
For course information, please contact Lori Kogan at 970-491-7984 or email her at Lori.Kogan@ColoState.EDU
Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.
Registered Students: when you access RamCT to watch lectures and participate in discussion boards, the course number will appear as VS 628 rather than VMLL 1060. Please note that although VS 628 is a credit course through Clinical Science, VMLL 1060 is a noncredit course and will not appear on a transcript, have credits attached nor will you earn a grade.
Textbook and Materials
Modules will not be available prior to recording. Dates will be noted as we receive them.
Dr. Kogan, a licensed psychologist is an assistant professor of Clinical Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and the College Outcomes Assessment Coordinator. She is also an affiliate staff member of the University Counseling Center and the Psychological Counselor for veterinary students. She holds an M.S. degree in Experimental Psychology and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology. Her areas of research include outcomes assessment and the human-animal bond.