Dr J. T. Tiffert (email: firstname.lastname@example.org ), Michaelmas and Lent terms.
Dr C. Schwiening (email: email@example.com), Easter term.
In Homeostasis, you study the physiological systems which
underpin the body's regulation of its internal environment and its
responses to external threats. This includes nerve function,
neuromuscular transmission, muscle, circulation, respiration,
excretion, water balance, digestion, absorption, metabolism and
thermoregulation. There are related practical classes in experimental
physiology and histology (the microscopic structure of tissues).
is the University URL, and gives direct access to official University
information, including extracts from the Reporter and searchable lists
of e-mail addresses. It is also the quickest way to get to the
international search engines, of which Google at present seems the
best, and to the various library catalogues.
www.pdn.cam.ac.uk is Physiology, with links to information
about teaching and research. The MVSTIA link takes you to information
about this course, including this handbook and the Collected Questions,
and also allows you to leave longer, (anonymous) comments on our
teaching. There is also a page of links of physiological interest,
information about Part II Physiology, and much else.
www.bio.cam.ac.uk/sbs/facbiol The official web-page for the
Cambridge Medical and Veterinary Course.
www.medschl.cam.ac.uk is the Cambridge Clinical School.
www.vet.cam.ac.uk Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine,
University Medical Society
www.ilrt.bris.ac.uk has more medical links.
www.biolinks.net.ru is a very comprehensive Russian site
www.sciencekomm.at/journals/medicine/anatomy.html a list of
is the British Medical Association, with useful medical links.
The Royal College of Vet Surgeons