Academic Calendar 2021-2022

Anatomy and Cell Biology (ANAT)

ANAT 100  Anatomy of the Human Body  Units: 3.00  

This anatomy course is designed to introduce students to the basic structure and functional relationship of the human body. Through a series of weekly learning modules, students will learn about the basic language of Gross Anatomy and Histology in order to understand the working of various body systems. This course is also suitable for individuals who have a general interest in human anatomy.

Requirements: Exclusion ANAT 101/3.0; IDIS 150/6.0 One-Way Exclusion May not be taken with or after: ANAT 215/3.0; ANAT 216/3.0; ANAT 312/3.0; ANAT 315/3.0; ANAT 316/3.0  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 101  Introductory Human Anatomy  Units: 3.00  

A basic anatomy course with an emphasis on clinical relevance of structure and function of human body systems. 
RECOMMENDATION 4U Biology.

Requirements: Exclusion ANAT 101/3.0; IDIS 150/6.0 One-Way Exclusion May not be taken with or after: ANAT 215/3.0; ANAT 216/3.0; ANAT 312/3.0; ANAT 315/3.0; ANAT 316/3.0  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 215  Principles of Human Morphology I  Units: 3.00  

The general principles of human structure and function as appreciated through a survey of the morphological sciences, including: history of anatomy; embryology; neuroanatomy; developmental, microscopic and gross anatomy of the locomotor system.
NOTE Priority will be given to students registered in a LISC Specialization Plan.

Requirements: Prerequisite (BIOL 102 and BIOL 103) or (BIOL 201 and BIOL 202) or permission of the Department of Biomedical Molecular Sciences. Exclusion ANAT 315.  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 216  Principles of Human Morphology II  Units: 3.00  

The general principles of human structure and function as appreciated through a survey of the development, microscopic and gross anatomy of the body systems: cardiovascular, respiratory, immune/lymphatic, endocrine, digestive and genitourinary.
NOTE Priority will be given to students registered in a LISC Specialization Plan.

Requirements: Prerequisite ANAT 215. Exclusion ANAT 316.  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 270  Human Anatomy and Morphology  Units: 3.00  

This course is designed to introduce the foundations of human structure and function to students at all levels of post-secondary education. Through a series of learning modules, students will develop an understanding of the architecture of the human body through interactive study using a virtual cadaver. This course will survey the gross and microscopic anatomy of the body organ systems including the skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic/immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems.
NOTE Only offered online. Consult the Bachelor of Health Sciences program office.
NOTE May not be taken for credit towards the Plan requirements of the LISC Specialization or Major Plans.
LEARNING HOURS 120 (60O;60P)

Requirements: Prerequisite Level 2 and one of (ANAT 100; BIOL 102; PHGY 170) One-Way Exclusion May not be taken with or after ANAT215; ANAT216; ANAT315; ANAT316.  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 309  Functional Histology  Units: 3.00  

Introduction to mammalian histology, or microscopic anatomy, a branch of anatomical sciences focusing on structures and functions of tissues and cells at the light and electron microscope level. Structure-function relationships within many tissues and organs at the cell and tissue level will be a focus.
NOTE Priority will be given to students registered in a LISC Specialization Plan or Health Sciences plan.
LEARNING HOURS 120 (36L;24Lb;60P)

Requirements: Prerequisite Level 3 or above and (PHGY 170 or BIOL 102 or BIOL 103 or BIOL 202).  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 312  Functional Neuroanatomy  Units: 3.00  

Study of the structure and function of the nervous system by lectures, hands-on laboratories, brain dissection, and readings. Topics include, but are not limited to, sensory and motor systems, brain imaging, and clinical examples.

Requirements: PREREQUISITES (ANAT 215/3.0 and ANAT 216/3.0) or (ANAT 315 and ANAT316).  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 315  The Human Musculoskeletal System  Units: 3.00  

Gross and functional anatomy of the back, body wall, upper and lower limbs, including blood supply and neural controls.

Requirements: BIOL101 OR BIOL200 OR PHED153 OR (BIOL102 AND BIOL103) OR (BIOL201 AND BIOL202) OR KNPE153  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 316  The Human Visceral Systems  Units: 3.00  

Gross and functional anatomy of the thorax, abdomen and pelvis, head and neck.

Requirements: PREREQUISITES (BIOL 102/3.0 and BIOL 103/3.0) or (BIOL 201/3.0 and BIOL 202/3.0) or PHED 153/3.0 or KNPE153/3.0, or permission of the Department Exclusion No more than 3.0 units from ANAT216; ANAT316  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 380  Clinically Relevant Human Anatomy  Units: 3.00  

ANAT 380 will explore regional anatomy of the human body focusing on the major organ systems, their components, and the relationships between them. In this course, students will apply anatomical knowledge to collaboratively solve case-based clinical scenarios, and develop a realistic clinical case based on an underlying anatomical issue.
Note: Also offered online.
LEARNING HOURS may vary 120(48O;72P)

Requirements: Minimum 2nd year (Level 2) standing and one of [ANAT 100/3.0; ANAT 101/3.0; (ANAT 215/3.0 and ANAT 216/3.0);(ANAT 315/3.0 and ANAT 316/3.0)]; and one of [(PHGY 215/3.0 and PHGY 216/3.0);(KNPE 125/3.0 and KNPE 225/3.0)]}  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 409  Selected Topics in Histology  Units: 3.00  

A focused histological and cell biological study of three selected mammalian tissues, organs and/or systems.

Requirements: PREREQUISITE Level 4 and (a GPA of 2.5) and (registration in a LISC Major or Specialization Plan) and [(ANAT309 or (ANAT215 and ANAT216) or (ANAT315 and ANAT316)].  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 417  Mammalian Embryonic Development  Units: 3.00  

Comprehensive overview of cellular and molecular mechanisms that direct embryogenesis including gastrulation, neurulation, establishment of body axes, differentiation, sex determination, limb development, organogenesis, and teratology. Participation in seminar presentations and group discussions is required.
LEARNING HOURS 114 (24L;12S;1I;77P)

Requirements: PREREQUISITE Level 4 and (a GPA of 2.5) and (registration in a LISC Major or Specialization Plan) and [(ANAT309 or (ANAT215 and ANAT216) or (ANAT315 and ANAT316)].  
Course Equivalencies: ANAT 417, ANAT 471  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 425  Research Topics In Anat & Cell  Units: 6.00  

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 471  Human Embryology  Units: 3.00  

In ANAT 471, students work individually/collaboratively to explore stages of normal human embryonic and fetal development and how changes in underlying mechanisms link to common congenital or developmental abnormalities. Various assessments include quizzes, a journal club, a PBL investigating a developmental abnormality, a midterm and final exam.
LEARNING HOURS 120 (48O;72P).

Requirements: Prerequisite Level 3 or above and one of ([ANAT 100 and ANAT 380] or [ANAT 101 and ANAT 380] or [ANAT 215 and ANAT 216] or [ANAT 315 and ANAT 316]). Equivalency ANAT 417.  
Course Equivalencies: ANAT 417, ANAT 471  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 499  Research Project in Anatomy and Cell Biology  Units: 12.00  

An examination of the development and present state of knowledge in selected research areas of Anatomy and Cell Biology. Research project involves experimental design, data collection and analysis, written report, poster presentation and oral presentation. Students will be required to attend seminars and tutorials on topics related to research. Limited enrolment; restricted to fourth year honours, permission of the department required.
NOTE Acceptance by a supervisor required prior to registration.
NOTE Students whose research requires the care and/or handling of animals must also complete the Introductory Animal Care Course and if required the appropriate Animal Use workshops through the Office of the University Veterinarian.
LEARNING HOURS 480 (288Lb;24G;24I;144P).

Requirements: Prerequisite Level 4 and registration in a LISC Specialization Plan and a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher and ([ANAT 215 and ANAT 216] or ANAT 309 or [ANAT 315 and ANAT 316]). Exclusion CANC 499; EPID 499; LISC 499; MICR 455; MICR 499; NSCI 499; PATH 499; PHAR 499; PHGY 499; REPD 499.  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 799  Introduction To Animal Care  Units: 6.00  

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 808  Biology Of Reproducation  Units: 3.00  

This seminar course will cover current topics in male and female reproduction and pregnancy. The format includes critiques of original publications and attendance of and reports on the interdepartmental reproductive seminar series. Credit value: 0.5, spread over Fall and Winter terms (every second year). Attendance and reporting of interdepartmental reproductive group seminars:12 h Overview lectures by professors on assigned topics:12 h Presentation and participation in student seminars:12 h Minimal quota of students for course to run:4 Course Coordinators: Various Graduate Faculty but overseen by a designated Faculty.  Not offered 2010-2011.

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 814  Medical Gross Anatomy  Units: 6.00  

A detailed study of the gross and functional anatomy of the human body with emphasis on clinical application. The course is given jointly with part of Phase I of the medical curriculum. Additional work prescribed for graduate students. Full course; lectures, laboratories and tutorials. C.W.Reifel and Staff. Learning Materials: $40

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 818  Chemical Neuroanatomy  Units: 3.00  

A contemporary and comprehensive assessment of the neurochemical features of the mammalian nervous system as they relate to development, function and disease. Winter term; 3 hour lecture/seminar. Offered alternate years. M.D. Kawaja.  Offered 2010-2011. 

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 822  Cell & Molecular Neuroscience  Units: 3.00  

An in-depth study of the biophysical properties of neurons and diseases that affect the function of neurons and glia. Topics will include cable properties of dendrites, voltage- and ligand-dependent channels, and molecular mechanisms responsible for neuronal death and regeneration. The course will be based on lectures and student seminars of selected readings. Given concurrently with LISC-422*, with additional assignments for graduate students.

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 825  Medical Neuroscience  Units: 6.00  

A multidisciplinary graduate level course exposing students to the clinical aspects of neuroscience. Didactic lectures cover detailed organization of the nervous system with clinical implications. Laboratories review basic neuroanatomy and pathology. Clinical demonstrations expose students to several neurological disorders. Fall; didactic lectures, laboratories, and clinical cases (up to 20 hr/week; 9 weeks total) M.D. Kawaja (Anatomy and Cell Biology), D. Munoz (Physiology), J. Reynolds (Pharmacology and Toxicology)

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 826  Sensorimotor Integration  Units: 3.00  

A course for graduate students to explore more advanced concepts of sensorimotor integration in the nervous system. This is a multi-disciplinary lecture/seminar course with active student participation expected. The course will consist of weekly sessions focusing on specific concepts such as feature detection, population coding, sensorimotor transformations, reflexes versus voluntary control, central pattern generators. Normally offered concurrently with PSYC-924*. Winter term; 1 hour lecture; 2 hour seminar/discussion. S. Scott

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 833  Topics In Mammalian Histology  Units: 3.00  

Detailed histological assessment of selected organs and tissues. Winter Term, alternating years. Lectures and seminars. M.D. Kawaja.  Not offered 2010-2011.

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 834  Principles and Techniques in the Teaching of Anatomical Sciences  Units: 3.00  

A series of lectures and workshops illustrating modern teaching philosophy and technique specifically designed for teaching Anatomy in the Health Sciences.Fall Term.  Drs. R.A. Easteal and L.W. MacKenzie.

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 835  Microteaching in Anatomical Sciences  Units: 3.00  

Microteaching as a technique for new and experienced teachers will involve the presentation of a series of 3-minute micro lectures with video recording and feed back sessions.Winter Term.  Drs. R. A. Easteal and L. W. MacKenzie.

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 836  Advanced Topics In Embryonic D  Units: 3.00  

This half-credit course will be offered to students who have completed ANAT-417* in their undergraduate studies in the Queen's Life Sciences Program.  Through a series of tutorials and seminars, the course will focus on the most up-to-date discoveries in three areas of developmental biology.  The areas reflect the expertise in the department.  Winter Term. Dr C.W. Reifel.

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 837  Advanced Topics - Neuroanatomy  Units: 3.00  

This half-credit course will be offered to students who have completed ANAT-312* in their undergraduate studies in the Queen's Life Sciences Program.  Through a series of tutorials and seminars, the course will focus on the most up-to-date discoveries in three areas of neuroanatomy.  The areas reflect the expertise in the department.  Fall Term.  R.D. Andrew

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 838  Advanced Histology & Staining  Units: 3.00  

An advanced mammalian histology course including advanced staining techniques in demonstrating various components of Histological sections.Winter Term.  Drs. L.W. MacKenzie and S.C. Pang.

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 839  Selected Topics In Pregnancy  Units: 6.00  

The course has two components. A 7 week (26 hour) series of discussions on assigned readings, selected readings and a 45 minute presentation by each student on medical and ethical aspects of obstetrics, gynaecology, endocrinology, population and gender health and psychology. The second component is a 50 hour Human Placenta Research Summer Workshop. Summer Term. Dr. B.A. Croy

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 840  Res Tech Cell Mol Bio  Units: 3.00  

This course is designed to equip graduate students with modern research techniques in Cell and Molecular Biology.  This intense 2-week course consists of 2-3 hours of lecture and 6-8 hours hands-on laboratory exercise per day.  Techniques include light microscopy and immunohistochemistry, electron microscopy and immunocytochemistry, RNA, DNA and protein isolation, Northern and Western blot analysis, probe design, and conventional and realtime PCR.  Summer Term in odd years.   Dr. M.Y. Tse and Dr. S.C. Pang  

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 847  Research Projects in Anatomy and Cell Biology  Units: 3.00  

An investigation into concepts and techniques in selected areas of research offered in the Department of Anatomy. Research projects carried out under the supervision of a staff member. Winter term. S.C. Pang, Staff

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 889  Practicum  Units: 6.00  

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 925  Current Topics In Anatomy  Units: 6.00  

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 926  Topics In Anatomy & Cell Biol.  Units: 3.00  

The topics will be chosen on the basis of special needs of the students, and must be approved by the Coordinator of Graduate Studies. Fall or winter; seminars.

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  
ANAT 999  Ph.D. Thesis Research  Units: 6.00  

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences