Human physiology is the science of the functioning of human organs and the cells that compose them. As a discipline, it connects science, medicine, and health, and investigates the interaction of molecules, cells, tissues and organs, and how these parts make up the whole body.
At the undergraduate level, students are enabled to develop academic competence at the highest level attainable, and are introduced to the forefront of current knowledge in human physiology. The practical modules cover hematology, experimental, biochemical, nutritional, molecular biology & microbiology, etc. The lecture modules include neuroscience, regulatory physiology, neuromuscular physiology, perspectives in physiology research, and cell signaling, etc. Interdisciplinary courses and the units involved are biochemistry, microbiology, molecular biology, genetics, immunology, ergonomics, nutrition, statistics and many more.
In a nutshell, Human physiology as a course serves the following purposes: