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View Resource Integrating Mathematical and Biological Concepts

Developed by Tina Fujita, James Hawker, and John Whitlock of Hillsborough Community College, these five curriculum guides integrate mathematical and biological concepts. These guides can be used in mathematics courses to illustrate biological applications or in biology courses to reinforce mathematics as a tool used in scientific analysis and to explain biological phenomena. Each modular unit,...

View Resource Pathology Case Study: Multiple Brain Masses

This is a case study presented by the University of Pittsburgh Department of Pathology in which a 38-year-old man has an eight-week history of headaches and has recently developed visual disturbances. Visitors are given the microscopic description, radiology results, and immunohistochemistry, including images, and are given the opportunity to diagnose the patient. This is an excellent resource...

View Resource NINDS GENSAT BAC Transgenic Project

This website from Rockefeller University in New York contains "a gene expression atlas of the central nervous system of the mouse based on bacterial artificial chromosomes (BACs)." GENSAT, or the Gene Expression Nervous System Atlas, contains brain slice images of BAC transgenic mice at the embryonic, postnatal (7 days old), and adult stages, stained to show areas of gene activity. The website...

View Resource The Tired Swimmer: A Case Study on the Nervous System

This case study will help students understand the intricacies of the human nervous system. The lesson will explain nerve and muscle function, the function of chemical synapses and the role of acetylcholine receptors. The material would be appropriate for high school or lower level undergraduate students, particularly in studying anatomy and physiology. The case study and teaching notes may be...

View Resource Pathology Case Study: Enlarging Right Parotid Mass

This is a case study presented by the University of Pittsburgh Department of Pathology, which describes a 35-year-old man with no significant past medical history who developed a firm mass below the right ear over the past several months. Visitors are given patient history, radiology findings, and both gross and microscopic descriptions, including images, and are also given the opportunity to...

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