I run the course Basal Human Biology which is an introductory course in anatomy and physiology. All students of dentistry, medicine and molecular biomedicine are enrolled in this course – in excess of 700 students per year.
The course offers a plethora of different teaching modalities, including lectures, class-room based seminars, anatomical demonstrations, introductions to light microscopy and virtual microscopy and laboratory exercises in human physiology.
If you are interested in contributing to the course and have a position at the university (from PhD student to professor), let me know.
I am involved in the following undergraduate teaching:
- Basal Human biology for students of dentistry, medicine and molecular biomedicine
Course management, exam preparation and evaluation, lectures and seminars
- Pharmacology and Toxicology for students of human biology
Practical exercise on cardiac physiology and the autonomic nervous system
- Heart and Circulation for medical students on their 4th semester
Seminars and exam evaluation
- Internal medicine (pharmacology) for medical students on their 7th semester
If you are a student and have participated in any of my teaching, you are welcome to contact me with questions or feedback. I do not keep office hours, but send me a mail and we can arrange a meeting, if necessary.
I supervise post-doctoral fellows, PhD students, master and bachelor student, including medical research-year students. See list of students I have supervised