|Life Functions of the Human Body|
|1.Birth and aging of the human body|
We offer courses to provide fundamental knowledge in a wide range of fields that are essential for the future. These include microbiology, epidemiology, molecular biology, clinical microbiology, the study of infectious diseases, antibacterial pharmacology, epidemiology, statistics, research methodology, management science, English, and the use of the Internet and electronic library facilities for research and presentations.
|2.The human body and dealing with high-level information|
Through gaining a knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, and molecular basis of the nervous system and understanding the brain's high-level information functions we can study the mechanisms of the outbreak of neurological diseases that are caused by its breakdown.
|3.The cardio-respiratory functions of the human body|
By understanding the anatomical, physiological and molecular organization of the cardiovascular and respiratory functions that are central to the maintenance of human life, we can study problems related to disease and aging.
|4.The human body and its metabolic and nutrition functions|
By understanding the normal blood-formation, digestion, excretion, metabolism and endocrine functions that maintain life, we can study lifestyle-related diseases and the problems of aging, as well as help to restore the body's normal functioning.
|5.Environment and the maintenance of health|
By researching the normal organization and functioning of the body, we can understand the changes that occur through aging and lifestyle-related diseases, and can study how to cure diseases and restore the body's normal functions.
|6.Adaptation and adjustment of cellular functions|
By understanding the physiology and pharmacology of the cardiac, smooth, and skeletal muscles, we can study the mechanisms of contraction and relaxation of the muscles.
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