James Hall - Rector Complex Room 1217
He teaches courses in physiology, microanatomy, and vertebrate biology. His research addresses issues of cardiovascular, respiratory, and renal function in normal and diseased states.
BIOL 401 Human Performance Physiology
An in-depth study of specialized subject areas of biology. Some recent topics included Experimental Virology, Ornithology, and Histology. Topic, course structure, credit, and instructor will be announced by preregistration. Prerequisite dependent upon topic. Offered occasionally.
BIOL 560 Stu/Faculty Collaborative Rsch
BIOL 334 Vertebrate Biology w/Lab
An integrated lecture and laboratory study of the anatomy, embryology, physiology, and evolution of vertebrates. Representative live and dissection specimens are studied from the perspective of structure and function. Six hours classroom a week. Prerequisites: two BIOL courses numbered between 120 and 129. For Neuroscience majors only, prerequisite is 124 and PSYC 125.
BIOL 412 Critical Care Physiology
The Critical Care of patients requires a continuum of care for the very sickest or most injured from the prehospital setting to discharge from the ICU. The basis of this clinical practice is applied physiology and pharmacology. Over the semester, we will explore topics in integrated cardiac, respiratory, renal, and metabolic physiology using the primary basic science and clinical literature.