The research-driven teaching program addresses how the human body works in health and disease and explores physiological variations in the animal kingdom.

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Semester Semester Number Module Identifier Module Title
Winter 3 11-BIO-0309 Animal Physiology
Winter 5 11-BIO-0627 Behavioural Physiology
Winter and Summer 5 and 6 11-BIO-0515 Introduction to Scientific Methods
Semester Semester Number Module Identifier Module Title
Winter 3 11-BIO-0309 Animal Physiology
Semester Semester Number Module Identifier Module Title
Summer 2 11-BIO-215 Molecular Mechanisms of Neuronal Communication
Winter 3 11-BIO-218 Internship
Winter 3 11-BIO-219 Tutorial Theory
Winter 3 11-BIO-220 Lab Practical

 

Semester Semester Number Module Identifier Module Title
Summer 2 11-BIO-215 Molecular Mechanisms of Neuronal Communication

 

Semester Semester Number Module Identifier Module Title
Summer Suppl. Course 11-BIO-215 Molecular Mechanisms of Neuronal Communication

 

Semester Semester Number Module Identifier Module Title
Winter 7 11-BIO-0309 Animal Physiology – Gymnasium
Winter 7 11-BIO-0757 Animal Physiology – Mittelschule und Sonderpädagogik

 

Module Number Literature
Animal Physiology 11-BIO-0309, 11-BIO-0757

Penzlin - Lehrbuch der Tierphysiologie, Hildebrandt et al., Springer

Physiologie des Menschen, Schmidt et al., Springer

Physiologie, Silbernagl et al., Thieme

Behavioural Physiology 11-BIO-0627 The Neuroethology of Predation & Escape, Sillar et al., Wiley
Molecular Mechanisms of Neuronal Communication 11-BIO-215

Synaptic Transmission, Meriney & Fanselow, Academic Press

Principles of Neurobiology, Luo, CRC Press

 

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