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ANA301H1 Human Embryology

Human embryology from fertilization to the end of the fetal period. Current concepts in mammalian morphogenesis applied to the development of the various organ systems; etiologies and pathogenesis of some of the more common human congenital abnormalities.

BIO130H1

ANA400H1 Anatomy Dissection

A focussed series of Anatomical dissections will be made and the surgical implications of the findings will be the subject of seminars. Attitudes to dissection of the human body, complications of surgery and other relevant issues will be discussed.

ANA300Y1 and permission of department. Normally a "B+" standing will be required

ANA411H1 Anatomy in Application: Exercise & Biomechanics

This course will cover musculoskeletal anatomy (both upper and lower limb) topics with an emphasis on applying detailed anatomical review, biomechanical principles and research evidence to explain or clarify exercise principles and myths.

ANA126Y1 or ANA300Y1 (78%) or equivalent

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ANA496H1 Independent Research Project

This course provides an opportunity for students to participate in an individual research project in a particular topic of study including, but not limited to histology, cellular and molecular biology, developmental biology, neuroscience and gross anatomy. Students are mentored and supervised by research scientists and faculty associated with the University of Toronto. These research project...

Permission from proposed supervisor and approval from the course coordinator.

ANA497H1 Independent Research Project

This course provides an opportunity for students to participate in an individual research project in a particular topic of study including, but not limited to histology, cellular and molecular biology, developmental biology, neuroscience and gross anatomy. Students are mentored and supervised by research scientists and faculty associated with the University of Toronto. These research project...

Permission from proposed supervisor and approval from the course coordinator.

ANA498Y1 Project in Anatomy

A research project in Histology, Cellular or Molecular Biology, Developmental Biology, Neuroanatomy or Gross Anatomy. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Permission of a professor to supervise the project

ANT100Y1 Introduction to Anthropology

Society and culture from various anthropological perspectives: socio-cultural, evolutionary, archaeological, and linguistic. 

ANT193H1 Making, Using, and Interpreting Stone Tools

Stone tools are the earliest and longest-lasting record of human technology. This course explores interpreting stone tools from a multidisciplinary perspective. In making, using, and studying stone tools, students will learn how archaeologists form hypotheses and design experiments to understand humans and their technologies in the past. This course presents research that investigate changes...

ANT194H1 Tragically Unhip: Great Thinkers of the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

Inspired by Darwin’s Origin of Species (1859), the first anthropologists tried to extend his theory of evolution into culture by searching for the origins and essence of human existence. The course focuses on English and French thinkers who defined minimal sets of beliefs and practices that all cultures shared. It also takes account of the motivations and social milieux of early theorists who...

ANT195H1 Speculative Fiction and Social Reality

How do the imagined worlds of speculative fiction reflect, and reflect upon, the real worlds of their authors and audiences? And on the other hand, how can works of speculative fiction have real-world impacts? Is speculative fiction different, in either of these respects, than other genres of narrative? This course explores a variety of works of speculative fiction from the perspective of an...