Credit for this course cannot be used towards a major or minor in Physiological Sciences. This course in human physiology contains an extended discussion of the Nervous System, Cardiovascular, Renal, Respiratory, Endocrine and Gastrointestinal Physiology presented at the systems level but building on cell and molecular physiology and leading to an integrated view of the function of the human organism. The lectures are designed to introduce individual elements and concepts that constitute physiology, and to integrate these basic principles into a picture of the complete system. Weekly discussion sections compliment the lecture series. The discussion sections focus on primary research articles and problem sets that augment lecture topics.