Emmanuelle Cordat

Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Physiology Dept
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Winter Term 2024 (1860)

PHYSL 407 - Molecular and Cellular Physiology

★ 3 (fi 6)(SECOND, 3-0-0)

The molecular and cellular aspects of physiological processes. Main areas include the structure and functions of plasma membranes (emphasizing transport processes, their regulation and methods of study) and the mechanism of action of hormones (hormonereceptor interactions, receptor regulation and interactions of intracellular mediators). The physiological significance of these processes will be stressed throughout. Prerequisites: PHYSL 212 and 214, or 210 and consent of Department.

LECTURE B1 (10825)

2024-01-08 - 2024-04-12
MWF 09:00 - 09:50 (ECHA L1-430)

2024-01-15 - 2024-01-29
MWF 09:00 - 09:50 (ED 1-130)



PHYSL 461 - Undergraduate Research Project

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-0-6)

Individual study, open to undergraduate students who have identified a supervisor in the Department of Physiology. Co-supervisors from other Departments are permitted. Students will spend one term in the laboratory of a faculty member and carry out a laboratory research project. Registration package and further information are available. Prerequisites: PHYSL 210 or PHYSL 212/214 and consent from the course coordinator.

LAB B1 (12887)

2024-01-08 - 2024-04-12
01:00 - 01:00 (TBD)



PHYSL 467B - Undergraduate Research Project

★ 3 (fi 12)(TWO TERM, 0-0-6)

Individual study, open to undergraduate students who have identified a supervisor in the department of Physiology. Co-supervision with Professors from other Departments is possible, provided that a supervisor from the department of Physiology is identified. Students will spend two terms in the laboratory of a faculty member and carry out a laboratory research project. Prerequisites: PHYSL 210 or PHYSL 212/214 and consent from the course coordinator.

LAB C1 (12795)

2024-01-08 - 2024-04-12
01:00 - 01:00 (TBD)



PHYSL 469 - Undergraduate Research Thesis II

★ 6 (fi 12)(EITHER, 0-0-12)

Taken in conjunction with PHYSL 468, this 6-credit course is the second part of a 12-credit program in two terms resulting in an honours research thesis in Physiology. Upon satisfactory progress in first-term PHYSL 468, students will continue their research and produce an honours thesis on their project. Students will be evaluated on a final oral presentation, a written research Thesis and performance in the laboratory. Prerequisites: PHYSL 210 or PHYSL 212/214 and consent from the course coordinator.

LAB B1 (12859)

2024-01-08 - 2024-04-12
01:00 - 01:00 (TBD)



PHYSL 507 - Molecular and Cellular Physiology

★ 3 (fi 6)(SECOND, 3-0-0)

The molecular and cellular aspects of physiological processes. Main areas include the structure and functions of plasma membranes (emphasizing transport processes, their regulation and methods of study) and the mechanism of action of hormones (hormonereceptor interactions, receptor regulation and interactions of intracellular mediators). The physiological significance of these processes will be stressed throughout. Prerequisites: consent of the Department. Priority given to students registered in a graduate program. Note: this course is not open to students with credit in the corresponding PHYSL 400 level course.

LECTURE B1 (10826)

2024-01-08 - 2024-04-12
MWF 09:00 - 09:50 (ECHA L1-430)

2024-01-15 - 2024-01-29
MWF 09:00 - 09:50 (ED 1-130)