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Physiology and Biophysics Fundamentals
Apply key principles of biophysics toward evaluating and analyzing primary literature in the field. Be able to explain key concepts in physiology and biophysics (and supporting disciplines).

Physics, Chemistry, Cellular/Molecular Biology Fundamentals
Relate structure and function at the atomic, molecular, cellular and organismal level by integrating principles of the supporting disciplines.

Effective Analysis and Writing
Critically evaluate current scientific literature and demonstrate the ability to write reports that synthesize and integrate data and hypotheses.

Laboratory Techniques
Demonstrate competency in carrying out standard laboratory techniques used in the discipline.

Forming Informed Decisions
Formulate informed decisions concerning personal and public health issues.

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