Physiology Video Lectures
These lectures are used to support an undergraduate course Comparative Physiology (Bio 543). The course and lectures stress general concepts and common principals working throughout the systems presented. Lectures were produced Autumn 2000, and used as review material that term, and as primary lecture material Autumn 2001 and 2003.
Viewing the Lectures (streamed video courses by Richard Vogt)
"The Overweight Epidemic Among Children And Youth In The United States: Causes and Opportunities for Prevention"
“Robotics: A New Direction for Studies of Physiology and Anatomy”
“Molecular Pathways to Type 2 Diabetes Risk in Humans”
“Natural Selection in the Human Lineage”
FAS Center for Systems Biology, Broad Institute
“Structure and Physiology of Red Blood Cells”
“Cell Biology and Active Liquid Crystals”
FAS Center for Systems Biology
“Diabetes and Exercise:
Why Exercise Works When Insulin Does Not”
Senior Investigator, Joslin Diabetes Center
“The Physiology and Evolution of Running in Humans”