- CELL-628: Histology, Embryology and Oral Histology
(College of Dental Medicine: Dr. Donald L. Wilbur)
- This particular course is designed specifically for freshmen dental students and as such includes a more extensive treatment of certain areas than would the usual course in general histology. Approximately 1/3 of the course is given to the study of the oral caavity, its related structures and organs, and the embryonic development of the face, neck, oral cavity and teeth.
- MEDEMB: Medical Embryology
(College of Medicine: Dr. Donald L. Wilbur)
- This course focuses on changes in the development and morphology of a human embryo and fetus, from before conception to birth. The course is intended to aid all students in understanding gross anatomy, but also to support training in obstetrics, gynecology and pediatrics, and in aspects of health care that depend on knowledge of development.